The vast majority of pedophiles are men who molest boys i.e. homosexuals.Obviously "NOTALL" but its really no surprise that the pedo acceptance movement piggybacked on the LGBT thing.
After all, some of the oldest accounts of homosexual behavior in humans were pedophillic.
Right, male children are molested at a disproportionately high rate - the counter-argument I've heard is that pedophiles primarily prey on children without regard to their sex, just the fact that they're a child.The vast majority of pedophiles are men who molest boys i.e. homosexuals.
That's what it is and it's existed for decades. A lot of people in this thread who only heard of drag last year and have decided it's a terrifying new fetish sweeping the nation.I don't like Drag stuff, it's just not my thing. But I've met many who enjoy it and see it like a sort of entertainment/live show thing. They pay to see these people and expect a character and comedy to go with it. It just makes me think of Pantomimes with an adult and often sexual twist thrown in.
I guess at Pride they like to be seen as fashion queens and comic relief.
I have no idea why they're not treated the same way furries are.
TECHNICALLY furries don't all dress up in fursuits because they find sweaty, oversized, disproportional, poor imitations of their fursonas sexy but a good chunk still do. Do people think furries in-costume should be role models for kids? Absolutely not. Everyone nowadays knows it's a big fetish thing.
Drag queens are worse. They're a man's cheap interpretation of femininity taken to an extreme and somehow this gets a pass because not all drag queens view it as a sex thing but it clearly is. At least furries dress up like cartoon animals and not like a 2/10 succubi cosplayer.
Their aggressive promotion is simply part of the downfall of the LGBT movement. They permitted degeneracy to infiltrate the movement and since being anti-sex in any way is considered problematic in the LGBTQ+ movement, they now have to justify and excuse it. Drag queens have some sort of "not-all" argument compared to the guys walking around with pup masks so they're the natural best candidate for the job.
This is a thunkful post.
Comparing alphabet people with furries is very on point considering 70% of furries aren't straight. The furry fandom is extremely flamboyant judging by having any interest in fursuits alone. It's also very competitive, high income furries will spend 5000 - 10000 dollars on a fursuit from a premium maker. If you are so inclined, when you go to fur conventions, you can flex on the plebs with shitty suits and the fursuitless cretins with your Rolex-equivalent of a fursuit.
Drag is very competitive as well, because men are men and that's what men do. The bitchy attitudes, the craftsmanship that goes into making luxury drag costumes and doing make up with premium make up brands made specifically for drag queens, the shit talk on the ugliest of drag queens by the high clout ones. All that and so many more similarities.
I was going to say that they make a mockery of women but you put it better.
Using Leftie logic, I'm surprised that drag is still even a thing because I thought that feminists would oppose to men dressing up as grossly exaggerated images of women. Lefties hate it if you have a Native American headdress on so why are they cool with people in drag?
Put simply, it's cuz they're gay. If straight guys were the ones in drag, it would stop being a thing in 2010.
I remember some Alphabet-Centers having furry flags flying on the outside, similar to how the leather fetish flag would be out there. Not as a separate alphabet, but a subculture within the sexuality.
Honestly, with the number of furries who do crossplay flying around out there, I'm surprised there isn't furry drag. There's probably been SOME, but not enough to be prevalent. Then again, most of those furries now consider themselves trans and identify as their foxgirl OC on a daily basis. Leave it to furries to skip 200 steps, I guess.
To be fair, there are straight guys in drag. But, they ID as trannies to get their pass.
That's actually what drew my attention to it when my friend showed me a photo of it since it came up in the conversation. "Why are there two bear flags?" I thought it was new a bear variant, with usual the rainbow flag and the paw in the middle they thought the same, but got corrected when they asked someone in the center about it. I don't think there's an 'official' gay furry flag, but that what it was explained to be. Mind you, this was in Portland...Gosh, I wonder if you might mean the Bear flag. The brown one with the black paw on it. If It wasn't for seeing the community on the inside I'd definitely have thought that was a furry thing. I haven't yet seen any 'official' furry flags, but they definitely tend to show up at pride a lot and the fandom has so many lgbt people I'm not surprised. Plus the costumes give a vague sense of anonomity to those not in the furry know.
There's definitely furry drag but it's more akin to those anime 'maskers'. Usually older dudes wearing outfits of their female characters with big tits and all that. Some of them tend to be horribly over-sexualized and do full on murrsuit porn videos on their suits, with massive balloon tits. Others tend to actually have kinda sweet outfits that don't come across as entirely fetish fuel related. The closest thing I can think of stereotypical drag is characters like this
That said, most maskers at conventions seem chill too until you realize the tail is hanging under the belt.