TAXPAYERS’ DOLLARS, TEX. A&M, DRAG QUEENS

Feb 21, 2020 by

“Taxpayers’ Dollars, Tex. A&M, Drag Queens”

By Donna Garner

2.20.20

Once again our Texas taxpayers’ dollars have gone to support the perverse, unhealthy, LGBTQ agenda. Texas A&M is a public university; Rudder Plaza and Rudder Theatre are publicly owned.  If Texas A&M is going to open its taxpayer-funded facilities to the psychologically abnormal eroticisms and self-destructive practices of the Drag Queens, then what’s next?  Will we see our public facilities being opened for shows that are equally as self-destructive such as:

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ENJOYING A LIFETIME OF OBESITY  

All schools should strive to guide students into making healthy lifestyle choices – not ones that will lead them into suffering and/or early deaths. Taxpayers’ dollars should never be used to popularize abnormal, life-threatening practices.

The latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) should concern us all. 

(1) Gay and bisexual behaviors lead to HIV and other dangerous and often deadly sexually transmitted diseases.

(2) Because a much higher proportion of gay and bisexual men have HIV, then gay and bisexual men have a higher chance of having an HIV-positive partner.  

(3) Most gay and bisexual men get HIV from having anal sex, and anal sex is the riskiest type of sex for getting or transmitting HIV.  

(4) Many gay and bisexual men engage in high-risk sexual activities and are at an increased risk for other STD’s including syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.

(5) 1 out of 7 transgender women has HIV. 

(The above CDC facts are only based upon HIV transmission rates and do not even include other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) rampant among the LGBTQ population.)

11.12.19 — “Latest CDC Stats on HIV Among Transgender Women and Men” – CDC —  https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/group/gender/transgender/index.html

  • As of 2019, 14% of transgender women have HIV (of that number — 44% Black/African American, 26% Hispanic/Latina, 7% White).
  • In 2017 among 3,000 HIV testing events – percentage of transgender people who received a new HIV diagnosis was 3 times national average.
  • Nearly two thirds of transgender women and men surveyed (2014 and 2015) reported never being tested for HIV.

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2.20.20 – Bryan Eagle

“Hundreds attend first DRAGgieland on Texas A&M campus”

  • By Megan Rodriguez

https://www.theeagle.com/news/local/hundreds-attend-first-draggieland-on-texas-a-m-campus/article_b4b99884-539e-11ea-bbb5-1f86781c9511.html#1

Excerpts from this article:

Hundreds sang, clapped and cheered along at Texas A&M University on Wednesday night at the MSC Town Hall’s first drag show, DRAGgieland.

Outside the event at Rudder Plaza, students and members of TFP (Tradition, Family, Property) Student Action — an international Catholic organization that aims to defend moral and family values on campuses across the country — held a demonstration. The group prayed the rosary and held signs opposing the drag show…

The event featured performances from nine people, including four students, and was co-hosted with the A&M Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ Pride Center. Performances were required to remain PG-13 — meaning performers could not remove clothing or use explicit music — and were pre-approved by organizers.

…Texas representative of TFP Cesar Franco said his organization [Tradition, Family, Property] is meant to help students defend moral values. Franco agreed with a student in the demonstration who said the event should not be sponsored by university groups that receive student fees, as opposed to being hosted by a recognized student organization that operates separately.

“We are entirely opposed to the drag show,” Franco said. “This is something that doesn’t belong at an institution of higher education. … This is being pushed by the LGBT agenda to normalize homosexual sin. This is being pushed by the LGBT movement on campus to shove the homosexual lifestyle down people’s throats.”

Elementary education sophomore Emma Schaller was among the group praying the rosary on Wednesday.

“We don’t, as Aggies, believe that this display of making kind of a mockery of femininity embodies the Aggie value of respect,” Schaller said. “We want to show that we don’t agree with it. We aren’t trying to stop anyone or discourage anyone or condemn anyone. We’re here in love.”

Schaller said one of her peers started a petition that opposed the drag show. The petition on change.org called “Stop Draggieland” garnered 1,825 signatures, and a counter-petition called “Stop Stopping Draggieland” received 613 signatures…

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