Oh FFS, how many times, do these cretins need to hear it: That “child drag queen” is just playing fucking dress up, it’s not sexual in his case(he’s got the entire comedy routine to go with it, cause you know, drag itself is usually only a part of a whole comedy act) and he damn well asked his parents to try it out, ON HIS OWN. Yeah, the kid can make people uncomfortable, probably has a good fuckin chuckle out of it too, I would at his age.
As for the rest of it… Twerking. Just twerking… What the fuck do you have against it specifically? And what about those of us who don’t go dancing in leather harnesses but just walk along in jeans and hoodies? To me, Pride marches are a promise and a continuation of our basic rights and our freedoms. Yes, sometimes freedoms to be obnoxious and freaky and yes, sometimes we need to remind people like you about that. Some of us do with leather strap-ins, others will just wear a rainbow hoodie but we will always come together to protect one another. Our rights were not given, they were fought for. That distinction there is important. The Pride is the commemoration of that, sorta like a victory parade in our times. In many a way, that leather gear is much like the parade uniforms.