I know there is a lot of concern about drag queens these days and their negative influence on the young.
Not from everyone, of course. Mostly just the dummies and the monsters.
But in light of this concern, I’d like to remind people:
Thousands of priests, including an Ohio priest accused last month of sex trafficking young boys for the last 15 years, have been credibly accused, arrested, convicted, imprisoned, and successfully sued for the sexual assault and rape of minors over the years.
The John Jay Report, a 2004 report by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, commissioned by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, based on surveys completed by the Roman Catholic dioceses in the United States, found that about 4% of all 109,694 ordained clergy active in the United States during the time covered by the study had been credibly accused of sexual assault.
Adding to the problem:
The church itself concealed this criminal behavior for decades, allowing these child rapists to travel from town to town, raping and sexually assaulting minors again and again.
In light of that horrific, evil history, which sadly continues to this day, I’m not sure that it’s drag queens who we should really be worried about when it comes to child safety.
Unless you’re a dummy or a monster.