A report shows that Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC boasted that she attends drag shows with her own children and uses the performances as a chance to educate kids about transgenderism and homosexuality during a roundtable conversation with an ensemble of drag queens and a transgender. The panel discussion and Ruhle’s follow-up article focused almost entirely on defending the appropriateness of exposing youngsters to hyper-sexual drag acts and LGBT ideology.
While encouraging the sexualization of kids as well as attacking parental rights advocates, Stephanie Ruhle and the drag queens emphasized throughout the conversation that they are not pedophiles.
Even more shocking, Ruhle told the panel of four men she considers to be “ladies” that she watches RuPaul’s Drag Race together with her kids.
As part of the panel’s discussion, Ruhle backed drag queen story hours, saying that she agrees with the drag queens that they are a fantastic method to get kids interested in reading.
The report noted that none of them seemed to grasp that participating in drag shows puts one’s sexuality on display for all to see or that “LGBT pride” is predicated on coming out as a member of the LGBT community, which for many radicalized gay and transgender people is their only distinguishing characteristic.
Ruhle compared it to a question about what kind of sex she and her spouse have.
In May, it was reported that Harris Kornstein, better known by his drag persona Lil Miss Hot Mess, was recently given a $60,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Kornstein is a member of the board of directors and a co-founder of Drag Queen Story Hour.
A report revealed that the funding was for a book they claim would dazzle people’s senses and include case profiles featuring drag queens, cruising gay men, and witches.
Kornstein now works at the University of Arizona as an assistant professor.