What Fresh Hell? Why is a Nine-Year-Old Boy a Drag Queen at RuPaul’s DragCon? [VIDEO]

What Fresh Hell? Why is a Nine-Year-Old Boy a Drag Queen at RuPaul’s DragCon? [VIDEO]

What Fresh Hell? Why is a Nine-Year-Old Boy a Drag Queen at RuPaul’s DragCon? [VIDEO]

This morning, while savoring some Greek yogurt and my usual English Breakfast tea, I saw a story on my iPad. And I thought to myself:

What fresh hell is this?

Believe it or not, friends, this is a nine-year-old boy. His real name is Nemis, but he also goes by the drag name “Lactatia.”

Yes, you read correctly, a boy has a drag name. Not only that, but this child also is a superstar in the drag world. He even models for the House of Mann, an LGBT fashion house.

And he also attended the 2018 RuPaul DragCon this month, wearing this getup and holding this charming balloon. A child’s balloon, mind you, with these words:

Here’s a short video celebrating Nemis, the “Art Child.” Now let me advise you here — if you typically take blood pressure medication, you might want to make sure you’ve taken yours.

Of course Nemis is also promoted at all sorts of fashion and LGBT websites. For example, Teen Vogue presented readers with a slideshow, and advised them to “Bow Down to Queen Lactatia.” Yes, “Teen” Vogue — a publication aimed at adolescent children. This isn’t your mother’s Seventeen magazine, is it?

Naturally this little boy gets lots of props from the gay community as well. Pink, the British LGBT website, just squeed over Lactatia’s flip comments to his critics:

“If you wanna be a drag queen and your friends don’t like you, you need new friends.”

And this one:

“If you wanna be a drag queen and your parents don’t let you, you need new parents.”

He seems like a nice respectful boy, doesn’t he?

And of course, Nemis’s mother is all about turning her little boy into a drag star. This multi-tattooed mom enables him, and then waves off critics who say she is sexualizing her son:

“These people, the ones who hate on it so fiercely, do not understand drag, drag couture, drag performance. There’s no point in even trying to explain it to them either, because they can’t, won’t and don’t want to understand it.”

Lady, you can justify this crap all you want, but it’s sick.

Ah, but is this legal child abuse? Should this mother be reported to Child Protective Services? Or perhaps the House of Mann for promoting him?

Well, because Nemis and his excuse for a mother live in Montreal, she can’t be reported to CPS, unfortunately. However, the House of Mann and its owner, Brandon Hilton, are based in North Carolina. So would laws apply to them?

Well, you’d think so. Hilton and Nemis’s mother are certainly not encouraging a mentally healthy lifestyle for a nine-year-old boy. This isn’t guiding a child in his quest to ‘be himself,’ it’s encouraging an agenda.

But, trust me, it won’t happen, even here in the States. The LGBT children’s agenda is seeping into our laws here, too, most recently in Hawaii. There the governor just signed into law a bill prohibiting conversion therapy for minors, joining DC and 11 other states in allowing children to choose their gender. It’s not a stretch to think that encouraging a little boy to dress in drag would be perfectly fine with them.

Ever feel this way?

Yes, there are times when I feel like Professor Farnsworth, and I’m pretty sure you do too.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • Kate says:

    Child abuse.

  • Mary Bacon says:

    i am breathless really i am.

  • Jim says:

    Paedophiles will love him. What a grotesque side show act – just like the bearded lady and midgets on display at the circus sideshows in days gone by. Of course the ”intelligentsia” will proclaim his ‘act’ as art and part of his right to choose, but a 9 year old boy cannot know enough about himself or life to make an informed decision. As for his mother, the word ‘pimp’ comes to mind.

  • parker says:

    The mother could do with a public bullwhipping. The left is definitely prepping the culture for pedophilia. Sick SOBs.

  • Scott says:

    Spot on Kim, this is child abuse plain and simple! I do have to take exception to one line though.. the one about his “multi-tattooed mother”… My wife is a beautiful, loving, christian, gun toting, conservative “multi-tattooed” mom… These days, tattoos have very different connotations than they used to. I got my first one back when only military and criminals had them ( I was military, and yes, my mom freaked at the time)..

  • Jake says:

    This is unacceptable for a BOY child to be sexualized! Its only ok for GIRL children to be sexualized like in pageants or dance competitions.

    • Kim Hirsch says:

      Straw man, much?
      You’re welcome to go through our archives to find where any of us approve of sexualizing girls.
      Otherwise I’ll assume you’re just another troll.

  • Mike says:

    I’ve seen boys masquerading as girls before. In my Junior High School some boys were dancing on stage to the song, “I’m going to wash that man right out of my hair” from the musical South Pacific. They wore wigs and were pretending to shampoo their hair as they danced.

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