Celebrate Valentine's Day with RuPaul and 14-Year-Old 'Drag Sensation'

Kristine MarshCNSNews.com

If you needed any more proof that the media has influenced youth culture with the gay agenda, then this might be it.

The Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Youth (BAGLY) and Boston [Gay] Pride are sponsoring a Valentine's dance for LGBT teenagers this weekend. The liberal gay-friendly social meetup group Sojust.org describes the event more on its website:

"Boston Pride is hosting their very first Valentine's Day Dance Party for LGBT Youth, hosted by Lakia Mondale (Queen of Boston Pride 2010) with a special performance by a 14 year old drag Sensation Miss Crystal Foxx and our special Guest from RuPaul's Drag Race Stars Mystique Summers."

RuPaul's Drag Race is a popular reality television competition on the gay network Logo.

So apparently the Left's idea of a festive Valentine's Day is hosting a gay dance for sexually confused 13- and 14-year-old kids, complete with a 14-year-old in drag. If that wasn't bad enough, the event promises complimentary HIV testing.

These kind of events targeting children have become common but don't get covered by major media. Most likely because they would horrify the average parent.

While ABC and NBC makes shows like "Modern Family" and "The New Normal" that show the homosexual community as wholesome and normal, they leave out this aspect of the gay community. You wouldn't see children performing in drag and free STD testing at a high school prom for instance. Here it's center stage.