Nickelodeon Has Drag Queen Explain LGBTQ Pride Flag in Upbeat Music Video

Nickelodeon Has Drag Queen Explain LGBTQ Pride Flag in Upbeat Music Video

Nickelodeon is taking it upon themselves to teach your children about the gay, lesbian transgender and queer flags. A very flamboyant drag queen is enthusiastically singing a song about pride, sexuality and self-expression in a colorful and upbeat, almost psychedelic looking music video.

“Doesn’t it just fill you with pride, showing who you are on the inside?” the song asks.
“Wave the pride flag up high, be true to you” sings the drag queen with the pride rainbow and transgender flag flying in the background.

The colors of the flags are then gone through one by one and explained that “baby blue, pink white represent transgender people” and “black and brown represent the queer and transgender people of color.” Parents, is this what you want your children to be learning from the most popular tv network geared towards kids?

Seth Dillon tweeted the video with the caption, “Tell @Nickelodeon what you think about this. Tag them. DM them. Shame them. Bring back shame.”

Advocates Would Like "Consensual Incest" to be Decriminalized

What used to be inconceivable seems to be the new norm as consensual incest advocates are hoping that a parent from New York who wants to marry their child is allowed.

Richard Morris from Australia supports the legal push in Manhattan Federal Court to see that incest laws are changed and says such behavior between consenting adults “should not be criminalized.” Morris has been advocating for change to incest laws in roughly 60 countries.

New York Post reports:

He and other advocates have launched about 130 petitions, mostly on, seeking to change incest laws around the world. Most have received little support.

“We haven’t moved any mountains yet,” he told The Post.

Morris was inspired to fight for those in consenting incestual relationships, he said, after learning about a Scottish case in which a long-separated father and daughter were reunited, started an affair and were then criminally convicted.

Fighting for true “marriage equality” is “the right thing to do, isn’t it?” Morris said.

“It seems to be as unjust as the law that used to imprison gay people, and the law that used to stop people of different races marrying,” he added.

Keith Pullman, who runs the blog Full Marriage Equality, also cheered on the New York lawsuit.

“It is absurd to say that an adult can’t consent to marry their parent. That same adult can be sent to war, take on six or seven figures of debt, operate heavy machinery, be sentenced to death by a federal court, and consent to sex with five strangers (and marriage with one of them) but can’t consent to marry someone they love?” he told The Post.

DeSantis Signs ‘Fairness in Women’s Sports Act’ Bans Biological Males From Competing With Females

Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis signed the “Fairness In Women’s Sports Act” into law Tuesday. The Act bans transgender girls or boys who are transitioning into girls, from competing in women’s sports in the state of Florida. The measure states “athletic teams or sports designated for females, women, or girls may not be open to students of the male sex.”

The law has received criticism from Democrats and some from the NCAA. “We believe in the state of Florida of protecting the fairness and the integrity of women’s athletics,” DeSantis said in a news conference call from Jacksonville. “we believe that it’s very important that the integrity of those competitions are preserved. That these opportunities are protected.”

The trans-athlete ban bases fairness for women athletes on a student’s biological sex on their birth certificate, at the time of their birth. The ban applies to public “interscholastic, intercollegiate, intramural, or club athletic teams or sports” in the state of Florida.

“We’re gonna go based off biology, not based off ideology when we’re doing sports” added DeSantis. This has been an uphill battle around the country for many female athletes who are losing their hard-earned records and medals to girls who are biologically men.

Connecticut track athlete Selina Soule says she has lost out on many opportunities due to trans-athletes competing. “My chances of being first, of being the best, were shattered,” said Soule. “Everyone should have the chance to participate in sports, but they need to compete where it’s most fair” she added.

Many are critical at the timing of DeSantis’ law, as well as the message. Tuesday ironically is the first day of Pride Month, when gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities are celebrated during the month. DeSantis vehemently stated of the timing, “it’s not a message to anything other than saying, we’re gonna protect fairness in women’s sports. We believe it’s important to have integrity in the competition, and we think it’s important that they’re able to compete on a level playing field.”


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