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“You should be in jail” critics slam WaPo article promoting “Kink culture” for children

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Marie Marguerite Olohan

  • A Washington Post editorial on Tuesday celebrates and encourages children’s exposure to “kink culture,” such as explicit performances at pride parades.
  • “Yes, the kink belongs to Pride,” headlined Lauren Rowello in a Tuesday WaPo article. “And I want my kids to see it.”
  • Rowello, a vague gender person who is married to a transgender woman, described how their children were confused to see “a few dozen kinksters dancing in the streets, laughing together as they whirled their whips and batons, some of their companions on a leash.”

A Washington Post editorial on Tuesday celebrates and encourages children’s exposure to “kink culture,” such as explicit performances at pride parades.

Yes, kink belongs to pride, ”reads the headline of Tuesday WaPo by writer Lauren Rowello room. “And I want my kids to see it.”

Rowello, a “kind vague nobody who is married to a transgender woman, described how the couple witnessed a pride parade where their children were confused to see “a few dozen kinksters dancing in the streets, laughing together as they whirled their whips and batons, some leading companions on a leash.”

The term gendervague seems to refer to someone whose gender identity is “inextricably linked” to being autistic.

“The man stopped to receive a playful spanking by a partner with a whip,” Rowello wrote. ” What they or they Make?’ my curious child asked as our toddler encouraged them.

The Washington Post writer said that although the children “were too young to understand the nuance of the situation,” Rowello told them that “these people were members of our community celebrating who they are and what they love. make”.

“Children who witness kink culture are reassured that alternative experiences of sexuality and expression are valid – no matter who they become as they grow up, helping them to recognize that their personal experiences are not bad or wrong,” and that they are not alone in their experiences, ”Rowello wrote.

“The visibility of Kink is a reminder that anyone can and should shamelessly explore what brings joy and excitement,” the writer added. “We don’t tell our children enough about the pursuit of sex to meet carnal needs that delight and captivate us in the moment. “

“Sharing the language of kink culture with young people provides them with valuable information about safe sex practices – such as the importance of establishing safe boundaries, words and signals, affirming the importance of planning and research and the need to seek and give enthusiastic consent, “Rowello wrote.

The post quickly caught fire from commentators on social media.

“If your” principles “prevent you from driving this disease out of your country, your principles are rubbish” tweeted “I’m right,” host Jesse Kelly. “Nations do not remain stable and healthy nations with this behavior becoming acceptable.”

“In a healthy society, the CPS would already be on its way”, Ben Shapiro of the Daily Wire tweeted.

Journalist Glenn Greenwald raised a particular problem with the phrase: “If we want our children to learn and grow from their experiences at Pride, we should hope that they will run into problems when they attend.” “

“It has never been a goal and it is certainly not one that I share or that anyone I have ever known has,” Greenwald tweeted.

Greenwald added: “The problem is that when a highly funded social movement succeeds in all of its goals, it doesn’t cry victory and stop: too much money, too much militant bureaucracy and jobs at stake, so it continues to expand to justify its own existence in unrecognizable areas.

The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh tweeted to Rowello, “You should be in jail. “

Walsh also pointed to a tweet from Rowello that includes a photo of the writer’s 8-year-old, who Rowello referred to as “they,” wearing makeup.

“My 8 year old explored makeup for the first time tonight,” Rowello tweeted in May. “They tried an eyeshadow tutorial to create clouds, flowers (not shown) and a lot (and a lot, a lot, a lot) of eye stamps. They shrugged, “Maybe I’ll do a drag race when I’m older.” “

Neither Rowello nor the Washington Post immediately responded to requests for comment.

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