Canadian gender-critical activist Chris Elston, known online as 'Billboard Chris,' posted a video to Twitter on Friday of a woman saying that naked men should be allowed to read to children, a reference to events such as drag queen story hour which have been criticized for their attempts at sexualizing children.
"How is a human being dressing how they want to dress sexualizing anything? That's a human body. Why is that a sexual thing?" the woman said. "So you think adults should be able to wear whatever they want in front of children?" She was asked, and answered "Sure."
The woman, decked out in a fleece jacket and clothed in shades of beige, repeated in a high, haughty register "sure, sure, sure" to the prospect of naked men reading to children. She also remarked that Canadians were "uptight."
"Why not? It's a body. It's a human body" she repeated.
"Should we have naked men reading to little kids?" Chris asked, and again she replied with high falsetto superiority, "sure, it's a human body."
Chris has traveled all across North America, having one-on-one conversations with people such as her regarding gender ideology, saying politicians refuse to listen, so the personal conversations are necessary.
Drag queen story hours have been mired in controversy since their inception. In 2019, reports emerged of a convicted child sexual predator reading at these story hours to children. Since then, various descriptions of sexually inappropriate behavior, including flashing, and various vulgarities has been constant.Drag queen story hour is an intentional act to upend educational models, to subvert norms of morality and human behavior, and to "queer" early childhood education. The goal is social engineering with children as the experimental subjects, exposed to hyper sexualization and has been equated to child sexual grooming.
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