Half-Naked Young Boy Twerks and Grinds At Gay Pride Festival: “Adults” Just Watch | Video


This is just wrong, wrong, wrong and on a number of levels wrong. Gay activists will swear to you up and down that it’s not about kids, but this is about kids. Impressionable kids.

Trying to make the adults pleased with them.  In this case, the gay adults and gay activists and I don’t know who else – but I don’t want them around my kid. Thanks anyway.

In the controversial video (scroll down), the boy was seen with his shirt off and wearing shorts while dancing in the middle of a circle of people.

The onlookers encouraged the child as he grinded and twerked to the music playing throughout the festival. Left-wing news outlets are defending the video of the young boy gyrating sexually to RuPaul’s song “Sissy That Walk.” At one point he drops to the ground with his legs apart pounding the asphalt with his groin to the beat of the music.

The video, viewed over 270,000 times, shows a young boy clad in nothing but a clinging pair of cut-off jeans

It’s sick – I’m sorry, but that’s what it is. But what really makes it sick is not the boy’s behavior – he’s just a little boy, after all – but how the adults responded:


The sexual anarchist agenda steamrolls ahead and children are in the cross-hairs. The organized ‘LGBT’ lobby has long lusted for the abolition of all age of consent laws. While not all ‘gays’ are child abusers, pederasty has been a central aspect of the homosexual lifestyle since the days of the Greek bathhouse,” said Matt Barber of BarbWire.

I couldn’t have put it better.


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Scott Osborn is a Writer, Preacher, Political activist, as well as the Social Media Director for the TV Comedy Show, The Flipside with Michael Loftus. Scott hosts several radio shows, including the wildly popular “Conover U” starring Rodney Lee & the Preacher..


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