WATCH: Quisha King Goes to the Street to See What Everyday People Think of Drag Shows for Kids

Quisha King interviews people on the street about drag shows for kids and sexualized material in public schools.

Social media was set on fire a month ago when multiple videos showing drag queens performing for small children went viral. Amid national debate over the sexualization of children in schools, the footage shocked many and elicited no small level of outrage in the media and interwebs. But what do everyday folks think of the material to which kids are being exposed?

Quisha King, founder of the Mass Exodus movement, took to the streets to educate passersby about this troubling trend and to get their thoughts. She asked their thoughts on drag queen shows for kids. She also questioned them on their opinions of certain books being made available to small children in public school libraries. The responses were quite telling.

One of the biggest weapons the progressive left has when it comes to indoctrinating children is the fact that many – if not most – parents are not aware of what is going on in their children’s schools. A significant number discovered this material when their kids were learning from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Needless to say, they were not happy.

But many still remain unaware of what school districts are presenting to their students. Exposure is a critical means of pushing back against these efforts. The more people who know, the stronger the movement to end these practices will become.

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