On Sunday, Central Alabama Pride hosted a drag show at Hi-Wire Brewing in Birmingham that was reportedly open to “all ages.”
Common sense should tell us there’s a clear difference between what’s meant for comedy and what’s meant for, well, something entirely different.
Saturday evening, The Birmingham Festival Theatre put on a “family friendly drag show” in which performers accepted tips from attendees, many of whom were children.
With gender issues and transgender ideology being pushed onto children more and more across the country, parents and conservative lawmakers are starting to push back.
A Women’s Studies class at the University of Alabama (UA) that charged students $95 in the fall for a textbook with links to otherwise freely available material dedicated a large portion of its reading assignments to teach students that gender is subjective and not a matter of biological fact.
Newly obtained audio shows Huntsville drag queen teacher James Miller detail how he “strategically” and “covertly” placed LGBTQ+ material in his classroom.
Listen to 1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson on Rightside Radio with Phil Williams as they discuss the drag queen middle school teacher in Huntsville, how that behavior is inappropriate because it attempts to sexualize children, and how school administrators need to have the courage to confront such behavior as inappropriate for children to view.