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Pizza Hut features ‘drag kids’ book for children as young as kindergarten

Pizza Hut’s ‘Book It’ reading program features a book titled ‘Big Wig,’ which is a story about children who dress in drag and is geared toward kids as young as kindergarten

By Adam Sabes | 3 June 2022

FOX NEWS — Pizza Hut is featuring a book about “drag kids” as one of the books promoted by its “Book It!” reading incentive program aimed at children in pre-kindergarten through 6th grade.

The “Book It!” website features a book titled “Big Wig,” and states that the reading is geared toward children in pre-kindergarten through 3rd grade.

“Big Wig” is a picture book that “celebrates drag kids,” according to a description on the Simon & Schuster website.

“In the spirit of Julián Is a Mermaid, this irrepressible picture book celebrates drag kids, individuality, and self-confidence from the perspective of a fabulous wig!,” the description states.

The description adds that the book is about a child who “dresses in drag” and competes in a neighborhood costume competition.

“When a child dresses in drag to compete in a neighborhood costume competition, he becomes B. B. Bedazzle! A key part of B.B. Bedazzle’s ensemble is a wig called Wig. Together they are an unstoppable drag queen team! But Wig feels inadequate compared to the other, bigger wigs. When Wig flies off B. B.’s head, she goes from kid to kid instilling confidence and inspiring dreams in those who wear her,” it continues. […]

3 Comments on Pizza Hut features ‘drag kids’ book for children as young as kindergarten

  1. The ‘self-confidence’ movement is for people who can’t understand the subtleties of humility, which is the only means to any kind of true confidence. Without going too much into that today, though, suffice it for me to say that dressing up in drag – i.e. a male dressing like a female – is hardly an act of self-acceptance, even if that self-acceptance is understood from an ordinary, low IQ position.

    So, if confidence through humility (or through the absolute denial of one’s false self, in favour of one’s true self) equals high IQ, and self-confidence as ordinarily understood (i.e. indulging some of one’s false self, while accepting other parts of one’s true self) is low IQ, WTF is self-confidence through the denial of all one’s fundamental truths, if not the inversion of the confidence giving humility discussed above?

    Drag queen ‘self-confidence’ (along with all it’s filthy cousins) is nothing more and nothing less than hardened evil.

  2. (along with all it’s filthy cousins)

    Its filthy cousins.

    I wouldn’t overthink this if I were you — obviously, everyone needs a healthy amount of self-confidence to make it thru life.

    Back in the 70s and 80s there was a self-esteem movement — but today, no one seems to care about the self-esteem of Whites — instead a lot of propaganda about ‘whiteness’ and ‘white supremacy’ seems designed to demoralize them.

    I think it is no surprise that a lot of this drag shit seems to target Whites, e.g. you’re not going to find many Blacks and Hispanics in a library.

    And Whites appear to be disproportionately victims of transgender grooming — when you are a white kid and are constantly told you are bad because of your skin color, and see how transgender freaks are lionized, it is no surprise that a number of psychologically vulnerable white kids with irresponsible, weak parents will succumb to the temptation to redeem themselves (so to speak) by coming out as transgender.

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