February 25, 2020
Pictured: Flowjob and some Glencoats Primary School kids.
You need to understand that people who complain about drag queens being near kids don’t understand the importance of drag queens being near kids.
Drag queens being near kids and reading them anal stories is one of Our Values as a people.
Another one of our core values is that men should do things to other men’s anuses.
These men who do these things to other men should be near kids, because there are no better men than them to be near our beloved young ones.
A drag queen called ‘Flowjob’ who shares sexually explicit images of herself on Twitter has sparked a furious backlash after she visited a primary school to educate children as part of LGBT history month.
The drag queen’s social media feeds show pictures of her simulating a sex act with a dildo, laying spread eagle in a bath tub with a ball in her mouth and simulating oral sex.
In another post she shared ‘Flowjob’, who refers to themself as ‘she/her’, tweeted a picture of EastEnders star Ian Beale being throttled by Max Branning with the caption ‘I need a Daddy like this’.
During the visit ‘Flowjob’ read a story to Primary 1 children aged between four to five.
Glencoates Primary School in Paisley has come under fire for allowing ‘Flowjob’ to visit the kids with many saying it was ”inappropriate”, ”outrageous” and ”disgusting”.
The school and its headteacher Michelle Watson have since locked their Twitter accounts following the barrage of complaints on social media over the weekend.
One parent with a seven-year-old child at the school blasted the headteacher and claimed parents had not been told about Flowjob’s visit.
Parents don’t need to be notified about their kids being put through the un-bigoting process of drag queen hypnosis, because parents don’t really have much of a say in anything regarding their children’s lives anyway — besides the flavor of goyfeed they choose to feed their little ones.
Headteacher Ms Watson shared a tweet on Thursday thanking Ms Black and ‘Flow’ for coming into the school as part of its LGBTQ education drive, which appeared to spark the backlash.
Some also took issue with ‘Flow’, who is a regular in Glasgow LGBTQ+ adult entertainment scene, for publicly posting about her ongoing battle with addiction issues.
Another concerned person wrote: “Their username is ‘flowjobqueen’ and their timeline is full of explicit images of them simulating sexual acts. Of course they’ve just just done a drag queen story reading to primary school children.”
Meanwhile LGBTQ+ groups have leapt to the school’s defence, with Ms Black MP also retweeting a message of support from LGBT Youth Scotland.
It said: “We’re horrified to see the abusive messages and tweets targeting Glencoats Primary School for their bold and brilliant LGBT inclusive education practices. We are proud to work with their pioneering headteacher, and recognise the school as an example to others across the country.”
Speaking in the local Paisley Daily Express the school’s headteacher Ms Watson said she was proud of promoting inclusivity at the school and lavished praise on her ‘rainbow squad‘.
She told the paper: “Our Rainbow squad is a pupil leadership group, which is on the LGBT Youth Scotland Charter Journey.
“The pupils have organised events to take place during the month of February, which is LBGT History Month.
“The number one priority was to fly the rainbow pride flag outside our school to show our community we are accepting of everyone and everyone is welcome in our school.”
She added: “The second priority was to meet real people from the LGBT community. Top of the lost was to invite a drag queen to talk about her experiences growing up and her job.
“Flow met with the rainbow squad alongside parent council members and Mhairi Black to discuss what it was like growing up during Section 28 when it was illegal for school staff to talk about anything LGBT+.”
The top priority of Western schools is to turn everything gay.
Due to real men being evil and oppressing things, the solution is to make women act like men and men act like women.
Taking to Twitter on Monday morning Ms Black MP slammed criticism of the drag act’s visit as ‘homophobic’.
She said: “You just know that the people pretending to be livid that a drag queen read a book in a school in my mentions rn are also the people who run out to buy their kids the latest Grand Theft Auto on release day. Your homophobia is transparent.
This is nowhere near as serious as a video game.