Scottish Activists Get Drag Queens At Grammar School Canceled After Uncovering Disturbing Video of Performer


Drag queens have quickly become symbols of cultural diversity in our culture over the last few years both in the United States and other Western nations. They are meant to portray inclusion and acceptance but the very nature of drag performance is perversely sexual and graphic, hence why they used to just perform in seedy nightclubs, not school auditoriums.

Well, those days are gone. 

As we have long been covering, drag queen events for children have been sweeping the nation to a disturbing degree. 

It’s not always easy getting these events shut down, despite the fact that they are often held at public institutions like libraries and schools. 

But, just as we are seeing family groups organize, protest, and get these events shut down, the same is happening across the pond. 

A new pro-family political party in Scotland has successfully stopped a drag performance scheduled at a local high school event by revealing a video of a disturbingly graphic performance by the drag queen in question.

Just a brief warning, the video is highly graphic and disturbing, should you choose to watch it, do so with discretion.

LifeSiteNews reports that Richard Lucas, the leader of the Scottish Family Party, uncovered the video of the performer sent it to  Dunbar Grammar School asking them to reconsider inviting him to the “Happyfest – Yearly Celebration of Queer Arts” which was scheduled to take place later this month.

“In particular, we note the inclusion of two drag queen acts,” Lucas wrote in the letter. “At the Scottish Family Party, we are of the view that such acts promote a philosophy of gender fluidity that is confusing and dangerous to young people. We are also very aware that the drag scene is often associated with less than positive values.” 

“In particular, we note the inclusion of a drag ‘artist’ by the (stage) name of Ivy Adamas. Furthermore, we notice that on Twitter, using your own twitter account, you ‘liked’ the tweet from your school’s LGBT Allies account announcing his inclusion.”

After including a link to the video the party produced about the drag queen, Lucas continued. “Of concern are the blood-stained dress, foul language, graphic sexual vulgarity (“I want to eat your d***” etc.), overtly sexual movements (such as pantomiming masturbation), crude fake female genitals, and the extraction of a condom from his mouth.”

“We assume that this invitation was extended to Ivy Adamas without the knowledge that he is entirely unsuitable as a role model for school children?” the letter continued. “Similarly, we hope that you now regard your endorsement (expressed through your liking of the announcement tweet) as regrettable, now that you have more information.” 

“So, we invite you to retract your endorsement of this act in your school, and to cancel this performer. If you reply by Wednesday 5 February, we will be able to report your changed stance when we comment publicly and contact media organisations with the story. In the event that we don’t hear from you by then, we will assume that your position is unchanged and will commentate accordingly. We hope that you appreciate the opportunity to reconsider what we are providing.” 

The letter proved to be successful as shortly thereafter the school headteacher, Claire Slowther, replied to Lucas informing him that Adamas’ act had been canceled.

LifeSiteNews reports:

Slowther expressed the school’s commitment to “ensuring that children and young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex (LGBTI) experience an inclusive education and learn about LGBT issues at school,” but said “(w)e have become aware that one of the performers who was initially booked to perform, had a video on YouTube which was not suitable for a teenage audience. We have since made the decision that they will no longer perform. We would take this approach for performers at any type of school event.”

Responding to the school’s decision, Lucas told LifeSiteNew,: “LGBT indoctrination in Scottish schools is government policy, but Dunbar Grammar School seems to be particularly determined to instill the values of LGBT activists into its pupils. We managed to pressurize the school into canceling one act, but it’s a small victory. The rest of the show goes on in his school and most others.

“It will only change with a change of political direction – and our mission is to bring that about,” he said. 

While this performance is particularly demonic, the fact is that all drag queens are doing something vulgar, unseemly, and entirely inappropriate for children. It doesn’t take long to uncover the highly-sexualized themes most performers who book drag queen events at libraries and schools with simple perusals of their social media accounts. 

It’s encouraging to see that the school responded appropriately to the video of Adamas’ most vulgar and explicit performance. 

We must keep voicing our strong opposition to these events and exposing the truth about drag performance. 

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