Prepubescent drag star, Desmond is Amazing, has been hitting back at conservative media for having criticized his stiletto-heeled foray into the gun control debate. He reassured fans that despite all the bad mouthing, he has no fear or shame in subverting second amendment rights the same way he subverts decency, and wants all those who target him to know that they are “a sad bunch” of grown-ups.
It was weird and irresponsible enough that Desmond’s parents have been content letting him be raised by the overtly sexual, and gender-bending creatures who inhabit drag culture, but Desmond’s crossdressing foray into contemporary gun politics just reeks of using an innocent child for the sake of political expediency.
So, of course Red State pointed that out after Desmond and his drag baby gap entourage posted photos online of their time at a gun control rally, sporting anti-gun-themed drag apparel. One of the fiercest shots of the young fashion mogul was him striking a pose with an old, creepy black gas mask.
Desmond is Amazing tweeted, “Back to School fashion show/protest to show how ridiculous our level of gun-violence is with back to school fashions reflecting our culture. Never again. Gays Against Guns.”
Red State’s article got a little snarky with their coverage of Desmond, writing, “sometimes it isn’t enough to slap on some rouge, top yourself with a daffodil wig, and pull on a pleather polka-dotted sequined v-neck tapered blousy netted metallic backless cocktail dress; sometimes ya gotta rage against the 2nd Amendment.”
With no discernible parental guidance in the picture, Desmond is Amazing took to running cover for himself. n response to the article, Desmond “clapped back,” stating, “They meant to make me look like a fool and embarrass my family. They tried to make me look crazy for protesting gun violence in schools.”
“But really,” he insisted, “they made me look more AMAZING, even going so far as to emphasize that I’ve earned awards for my work in the LGBTQ+ community, that my career started in 2014, and that I’ve created the term ‘drag kid.’” He continued, “I mean, they ain’t lying. I’ve done ALL of those things and I’m grateful for the recognition.”
And to those sad sack adults who just don’t get it, Desmond claimed that “they have nothing better to do than bully a child, call them names, and make up sexual scenarios about them.”
Of course, Logo was riveted by this pushback, congratulating him on his (his parents’) war against societal norms. The outlet stated, “Sashay away, Red State. Desmond, you’re amazing, you stay honey. We can’t wait to see what you do next.”
There’s not much to say against Desmond, as he’s a child and not entirely culpable for the course his life has taken. But his guardians should expect all sorts of criticism for parading him around as some dress-wearing, progressive ideology parrot.