We all are tired and wearied of answering and making people understand that there is nothing wrong with transgenders. With so much stigma attached to the term and especially people who’re part of transgenderism, all we need is a stable form of education and channel that teaches people about the right and the wrong.
With that in mind, in what looks like a very progressive step, Drag queens are being brought to nursery schools to educate young kids about transgender issues.
“A drag queen is a person, usually male, who dresses in the clothing of the opposite sex and often acts with exaggerated femininity and in feminine gender roles for the purpose of entertainment or fashion,” Wikipedia explains.
These cross dressers will read nursery rhymes and sing specially adapted songs to all the children about LGBT tolerance and understanding.
These lessons are important for children to see through the stigma and be able to identify the rigid gender discrimination. They will help them grow above all the bigoted notions and accept people as who they really are.
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They help these kids to abate hate and crime and combat any form of discrimination. The move is targeting 3-year-olds who haven’t yet developed an understanding of the subject, therefore, just teaching them the right things and the ability to accept.
The initiative is the brainchild of Thomas Canham, a Bristol University law graduate and part-time cross-dresser who dismisses traditional notions of masculinity as ‘meaningless’.’