Bacha Bazi Groomers Of Denver
Everybody, mark this in your minds. This is what it had come to in the United States of America, in 2022. People handed over their sons to adult male transvestites to teach the boys how to dress, dance, and pantomime as women, for the entertainment of paying customers. Not only did parents do this, but venues like the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver participated in the bacha-bazi grooming ("bacha bazi" are the dancing boys of Pashtun Afghanistan, who are later sexually abused by men). The leading lights of popular culture, including the US news media, cheered for this. Few politicians, conservative or otherwise, dared to speak out against it, because all people claiming LGBT identity had been sanctified by the Regime.
Here is a link to a page listing members of the Board of Trustees of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, within which the Ellie theater is nested. People in Colorado should be asking these men and women: why are you allowing bacha-bazi grooming in your facility? Here's a link to the executive leadership of the DCPA. Someone should ask them: why do you allow this child sexual exploitation in your theater? As it stands now, these elites get nothing but praise for permitting things like this. They should hear from parents and others in the community who are disgusted by what they are allowing to be done to little boys.
America's sons are being turned into drag queens, it's daughters having their breasts chopped off by physicians. Let it be remembered that the Democratic Party and its doddering president cheered for this, and far too many of the Republican Party's top national people kept their mouths shut because they were afraid of being called bigots. It fell to the laity -- people like Chris Rufo, Chaya ("Libs of Tiktok") Raichik, Matt Walsh, Billboard Chris, and others -- to draw attention to it, and to say, This is wrong!
When you think back on this decadent, depressing time in American life, what are you going to be able to say that you did to resist it? How about you, pastor? I talked by video last night with a friend back in the US, and we spoke for a bit about how it seems to us that by and large, the churches have checked out on this issue. That's just an impression -- what are you seeing where you live?
In the recent issue of the literary magazine IM-1776, there's an interview with Amanda Milius, the daughter of filmmaker John Milius. She says that her father once gave her great advice: he told her that if she didn't mind being the most hated person in the room, and if she learned even to enjoy it, then there was no limit to what she could do. If Republican politicians, pastors, parents and others didn't mind receiving the unfettered hatred of the elites and the cancel mob -- a tall order! -- then we could put a stop to this hideous sexual exploitation of children.
If adult drag queens want to do their thing, fine. But this involves children! What is wrong with us as a culture that we tolerate this?
As Auron MacIntyre cannot say often enough:
UPDATE: Wes Yang interviews a detransitioner named Erin Brewer, who is putting it all on the line to stop the transitioning of kids. It's not the same thing as turning kids into drag queens, but Brewer shows the level of commitment necessary to fight this evil. Excerpt:
Well, between afford between kindergarten and first grade, I had a pretty significant sexual assault, and I dissociated, and in that time decided I was a boy. That was the only way I could protect myself.
So when I started first grade, I was adamant that I was a boy, I wanted them to call me Timothy, I wanted to use the boys bathroom, to participate in boys sports.
And thankfully, my teacher recognized there was something seriously wrong. That would have been, I believe, it would have been about 1973. I'm dating myself.
So between 1973 and 1974, the teachers recognized there was something wrong. And rather than saying, you’re a boy, you're inherently flawed, you were born in the wrong body, they referred me the school psychologist who put me in some to help me overcome some of the aggressive behaviors that I was having to help me learn to communicate better. And she also put together a plan for my mother and teachers on how to help me work through my gender identity issues.
What she did is now illegal in Utah, because she was trying to change my behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs about what sex I was. And to me that's shocking. To know that if I were a child today, rather than getting mental health care, I would likely be put on puberty blockers that would induce a developmental delay. I already had dyslexia. So being further developmentally delayed would have really hindered my ability to be successful as an adult.
In addition, it would have compromised my bones, they likely would have put me on cross sex hormones that would have rendered me sterile. And one of the most profound events in my life was when I had my daughter — when I gave birth to my daughter — and I wouldn't be able to do that if I had been put on puberty blockers and hormones. That's why I'm so passionate about this. I don't want any child to be denied the opportunity to process their trauma, to have a family.
Brewer is no conservative, but she realized that to be a good progressive these days, you have to submit to gender ideology:
I grew up in a very liberal household, I grew up liberal most of my life. I grew up, you know, just completely buying into the leftist ideology. And even at the time that I testified, I still considered myself very much on the left. I was a Bernie Sanders delegate at the state convention in 2016.
However, once I started speaking out about this, I realized how wrong the left is on this issue. I had friends just completely attacking mem telling me that I was responsible for the deaths of children, family members who will no longer talk to me because of this, because of my stance on and being in Utah is incredibly confusing, because when I was a kid, I was I was the Blue kid in the Red state. Now they tell me I’m a crazy conservative simply because I don't want children to be given experimental medical intervention.
The GOP governor in Brewer's state, Utah, is on the pro-trans side. You absolutely cannot count on the Republican Party. This is what it's going to take:
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I think that parents can fight back. But we're going to have to do it one person at a time. We have to really be firm and be willing to stand up and take the consequences.
Many of us who are in this and who are public, we get death threats, we have to be careful out there, because there are people who want to hurt us. But if this isn't worth standing up for what is and that's what I always say is that if you're not willing to risk your job, your relationships, your friendships, if you're not willing to risk that to protect children from medical experimentation, what would motivate you?
It's a horrible thing. I almost never talk about the kinds of things they throw at me, but the lies and the hatred are no fun. But what are you going to do, keep your mouth shut and let these people win? A friend pointed out to me that the Muslim parents of Dearborn, Michigan, are so brave in fighting the sexual corruption of children in public schools because they are already considered to be dangerous outsiders in American life, so they have nothing left to lose -- unlike fraidy-cat middle-class white people.
I highly recommend subscribing to Year Zero, Wes Yang's Substack.