Canada Sponsors Children’s Drag Queen Camp With Taxpayer Money

Vancouver is now introducing a Canadian government-approved drag queen summer camp, offered to children starting from the young age of 7 years old.

Reports indicate that the activities will be held at the Carousel Theatre for Young People, hosting kids ranging from 7 to 17 years old. Organizers of the event also promise to equip attendees with a free drag makeup starter kit.

“You might be wondering, is drag for kids?” Carousel Theater’s website asks. “Drag is for everyone! Parents, ask yourself, what’s the difference between what you wear at home versus what you wear at work? You’re doing drag honey, you just don’t know it!”

The website boasts the camp will be led by established and emerging drag artists of Vancouver and will teach its viewers how to access their inner confidence, show their true selves, and “even let out that inner diva!”

True North reported that Government of Canada grant data revealed that Carousel Theatre has taken in federal funds amounting to $280,849 since 2018.

The outlet also pointed out that some Canadians are now being legally prohibited from voicing their disdain for drag queen story hours, with the city council of Calgary recently approving a bylaw banning protests against drag queens in surrounding public spaces.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a strong advocate of blurring the lines between the two genders, as he is an outspoken advocate of ‘transgenderism,’ which is to say the practice of a man identifying himself as a woman and vice-versa.

Trudeau made a post to Twitter last month in which he condemned the alleged rise of so-called ‘anti-transgender hate,’ asserting, “Trans women are women.”

In other words, Trudeau is saying that a man who says he is a female, is in fact, a female.

Our neighbors north are not alone in their fight against children being subjected to highly inappropriate cross-dressing-related activities; Americans are battling a similar issue. This was recently seen in an example shared by Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears (R), who during an appearance on HBO’s “Real Time” with Bill Maher pointed out that American children have received lap dances while in school.

Maher cast doubt on Sears’ remarks, to which she confidently replied, “Bill, you gotta read more.”