Eyes on Sydney: Drag Queens for Kids

Eyes on Sydney has an update following the passage of ‘homosexual marriage laws’.

The Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel has its priorities right (or it has simply surrendered):

Woolloomooloo Hotel

Woolloomooloo Hotel 2

I labelled it ‘Australian National Flag’ with some artistic flair. It more closely resembles a loosely interwoven collection of ragged dental floss. But let’s be charitable and assume that the fraying tatters at the top of this pole used to be part of our flag.

And let’s be less charitable about what we think of the Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel.

Meanwhile, the Mardi Gras is holding a ‘Family Fun Day’ on Saturday, complete with family-friendly Drag Queens to entertain the kids:

Family Fun Day MG

For those of you who don’t know who Coco Jumbo is (and I didn’t until Eyes on Sydney reported in today), this picture is on his Instagram page:

Coco Jumbo

I’m still not sure which one is ‘Coco’.

And here is Hannah Conda in action two days ago:

Life is like a machine at the gym. Do it in heels or not at all.

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Unfortunately, this event has now been ‘sold out’. I’m not sure what is worse: exposing children to this depravity or knowing that there are ‘parents’ out there who will actually pay to do it…

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of nine children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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  1. The rainbow flag is ,I understand, supposed to be a representation of “inclusiveness”. ie, all separate things are part of the “whole”. Lets combine all the colours inclusively without giving preference to any one colour and see what colour we finish up with… BLACK…

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  2. In your Safe Skool programme these are the folks who will be teaching ‘inclusive’ ideologies, gender theory and unicorns, lollipops and rainbow safe sex to your grade school child.

    They will have little miss 5 and master 6 genderconfused before you can spell g-r-o-o-m-i-n-g. And the school will not permit the parents to know.

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  3. I reckon it is nothing less than “grooming” children.

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  4. Bernard, depending on your Bible translation, the language in Romans 1:24-32 can be quite strong, but it nevertheless reflects God’s attitude towards this stuff.

    During the SSM campaign, we often saw the phrase “Love is love” bandied about by the “Yes” campaigners. But 1 Corinthians 13:6 sais that love “… does not rejoice in iniquity …”. The “Yes” campaigners were obviously confusing “lust” for “love”.

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  5. The fact that parents will pay and subject their kids to this guff is the worrying part. These people can have their Mardi Gras, but you don’t have to attend with your kids in tow.

    There is nothing “family friendly” about grown men dressing up as glitter clad women in their sequins, high heels and poorly applied makeup that make them look like clowns.

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