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'Desmond Is Amazing’ Needs Saving

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Posted By: tisHimself, 6/12/2019 5:34:23 AM

It so happens that the issue that launched the recent fracas on the American Right is in my own dispiriting beat: the effects of gender-identity policies on children. Disputes about “strategy” aside, conservatives can all agree that a culture that permits the sexualization and sterilization of children’s bodies is a rotten one. As I’ve written before, there are plenty of people on the left who think so too. Take the case of “Desmond is Amazing,” the toxic brand created for eleven-year-old Desmond Napoles: a “drag kid,” a fashion model, and a global LGBT icon.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: M2 6/12/2019 6:36:14 AM (No. 96413)
What kind of parents allow this? "Perverse" is too kind a description. Dare we call them evil? We dare.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: F15 Gork 6/12/2019 7:02:25 AM (No. 96432)
Sick puppies, every last one of them.....
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rinktum 6/12/2019 7:57:41 AM (No. 96462)
This celebration of child abuse is a direct result of the depravity on the left. This poor boy I fear is lost to such an extent in the LGBT Community that there is little hope he will emerge as an adult unscathed. The suicide rate is extremely high when you abandon normality. A life in this community requires acceptance and celebration in order to keep the conscience seared. Any hint or question of appropriateness must be quashed immediately. There can be nothing but enthusiastic acceptance. The parents also are receiving tremendous support and notoriety which only confirms their skewed decisions regarding their son. Some people are so desperate for acceptance of who they are that they will pimp out their children for affirmation from any group. Why this is not defined as Munchausen by Proxy is beyond me. These parents are exploiting their child in order to bring attention to themselves.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 6/12/2019 8:26:36 AM (No. 96484)
Desmond stays at home and does his pretty face, and in the evening she's a singer with the band. Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 6/12/2019 8:50:40 AM (No. 96511)
This is a freak show, and I, for one, am fed up with this LGBTQWTF crap being shoved down our throats at every opportunity.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Foont 6/12/2019 10:43:11 AM (No. 96626)
" conservatives can all agree that a culture that permits the sexualization and sterilization of children’s bodies is a rotten one" LOL. What have "conservatives" managed to conserve? We have sexual deviants marching in parades all over the country. We have men marrying men. We have men wearing sun dresses and demanding the "right" to use the women's rest room (and getting what they want). We have articles coming out, just as we did 25-30 years ago with regards to homosexuality, stating that pedophilia is a "sexual orientation" and that children really aren't harmed by sexual acts. We have open declarations that whites are going to be marginalized and made to pay for their many "racist crimes". We have open borders with millions pouring in carrying diseases, sponging on the taxpayers to the tune of tens-of-billions annually and being granted perks not open to actual citizens. We have open corruption and sedition in our political institutions and no one is prosecuted. I could go on and on. "Conservatives" have accomplished NOTHING to conserve American traditions, values or faith. They talk and write much and do little that is effective. They boast of their "principles" while watching these disappear under the heel of unprincipled leftists intent on bulldozing everything that was once held as core values of the American people and they scream bloody murder if anyone takes action to actually confront these enemies because it's "mean" and "nasty" and "not who we are". Screw "conservatives".
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It so happens that the issue that launched the recent fracas on the American Right is in my own dispiriting beat: the effects of gender-identity policies on children. Disputes about “strategy” aside, conservatives can all agree that a culture that permits the sexualization and sterilization of children’s bodies is a rotten one. As I’ve written before, there are plenty of people on the left who think so too. Take the case of “Desmond is Amazing,” the toxic brand created for eleven-year-old Desmond Napoles: a “drag kid,” a fashion model, and a global LGBT icon.
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