Council apologises after FlowJob drag act invited to speak at primary school

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Thisismyunitsr
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https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/...rimary-school/
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Good.

Drag/kids shouldn't mix.

You can bring in an LGBT person to talk about section 28.. you don't need to bring in someone from such an adult/sexualised tradition.

Unless he isn't in character, and just talking normally, and its no associated with his act.. in which case - fine.

No matter how much of a feminist she is, I wouldn't put a raunchy burlesque dancer in front of kids, in full get up to explain feminism to them.
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Some children were taught from the age of 4, this is wrong!
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Yet another grotesque **** up by local government. I mean say what you will about drag, and one takes no particular opinion on the practice, but indoctrinating minors about it just seems downright devious.
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Many feminists see this as mocking and similar to black face.
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I have no issues with drag acts even in a primary school setting but it has to be age appropriate, just the name "Flowjob" should have been a red flag.
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