Drag queen promotes LGBT agenda to kids on CBBC

A drag queen has promoted the LGBT agenda to kids while presenting a CBBC programme.

Shane Jenek, known as Courtney Act, spoke on TV show Celebrity Supply Teacher which provides lessons for children who may have missed school due to COVID-19.

The drag artist told children: “It’s OK for boys to like boys, or boys to like girls, or girls to like boys” or “both or all of the above or to not even be a boy or a girl.”


Jenek said that he had picked up messages that his content would not be appropriate for children, but claimed that “this is exactly why I should be doing this”.

Earlier this year, parents persuaded a library to cancel a Drag Queen Story Hour event aimed at children as young as two.

The event, where drag queen Sab Samuel would read to children, was planned to take place online via Leeds Libraries’ Facebook page but was cancelled following a campaign by parents and a local councillor.

But it has since been reported that Leeds Libraries intend to host the event at a later date.

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