If you’re in need of something to ruin your holiday weekend, look no further. Elle Magazine just released a super cringey video to prove they’re way more tolerant than you. It features a sad little boy whose hobbies include letting his hobbling seacow of a mother transform him into a drag queen. Yep, this is what we’re celebrating now.
This 8-year-old boy loves transforming into drag queen Lactatia—& he won’t let other people stop him from doing what makes him feel accepted pic.twitter.com/JKcxykYUKL
As per Elle’s description:
“I think I’ve had Lactatia inside of me since I was born, and that’s why I love that song ‘Born This Way’.” Eight-year-old Nemis likes dancing, loves dressing up, and won’t let anyone stop him from doing what makes him feel accepted: transforming into drag queen Lactatia. Watch his story–with a surprise guest who thinks Lactatia is going to grow up to be “a weapon of mass devastation.”
There’s going to be a lot of devastation, that’s for sure.
This is cruel for obvious reasons. Namely the one tucked between this poor chap’s legs. This shameless indoctrination will spark mental and emotional struggles for years to come (see Staggering Transgender Suicide Rates Blamed On… Labeled Restrooms?). Of course, none of that matters in the name of “being yourself.” Chalk it up to collateral damage.
The blame for this rests squarely on the shoulders of this child’s wild-eyed mom beast. Clearly his mother is a big – and I mean big – fan of all things strange, hence the appearance. She’s pushing her deranged fantasies upon this vulnerable boy and Elle is documenting it for the rest of the world to see. At least the internet is forever. So if he ever changes his mind about being Lactatia, the memories will be permanently etched into the Twittersphere. Thanks, mom!
By the way, the disturbing amount of makeup and skimpy dresses would be disturbing even if the lad were a real lass. Stage moms need to go the way of the dinosaurs. Unfortunately, the “accept me” movement created this cat-eyed monster.
But don’t take my word for it, listen to someone who experienced it firsthand.