I’ve not seen anything discussing banning drag shows writ-large. Everything I’ve seen has been in the context of banning drag shows that are aimed at an audience of children. That makes the first four of your questions non-sequiturs.Why are they trying to and succeeding in passing laws on drag?
Do they believe that one sex dressing in the clothes of another sex is obscene?
Do they believe that only one sex should wear makeup?
Do they believe that dressing up as the opposite sex will make you gay?
Would you be against a story hour if the reader dressed like a chipmunk? Why is that different than one sex dressing as another sex?
In direct answer to your last two questions:
1- No. I wouldn’t see an issue with a story hour hosted by a reader dressed like a chipmunk. That seems perfectly reasonable and kind of fun for a children’s story hour.
2- We’re not simply talking about a male dressed as a female. We’re talking about drag. Drag is a highly flamboyant sexual expression. It entails men dressing in hyper-sexualized caricature of women, showing gigantic fake cleavage, revealing clothing styled after strippers and prostitutes, waving obscene sex toys around, and encouraging children to put money into the clothing of provocatively dancing degenerates. I’ve not seen anything about preventing so-called “trans genders” from reading to children (though I would wholeheartedly support their being prevented from ANY access to children).
So, in turn, my own questions, if you would:
1- from which media outlet did you get these wildly failing and illogical “gotcha” questions, this morning?
2- why does your side always insist on injecting sexuality into the lives of young children?
2a- do they/you have no shame?