There Oughta be a Law: ND House Votes to Criminalize Drag Shows for Kids

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We’ve reached the point where we need laws to keep men in women’s clothes from performing lewd dance routines in front of kids. Isn’t progress great? 

The North Dakota House voted 79-13 to make it illegal to do drag shows with children present. According to Fox News, “Rep. Brandon Prichard, a Republican from Bismarck, said Thursday he proposed the bill after learning of drag shows performed in front of children, including at least once on the Capitol steps.”

At least one … 

Fox said “A person who violates the law would be subjected to a misdemeanor, with a possible sentence of 360 days in prison and a $3,000 fine. Repeat offenders would face felony charges, punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.”

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So the question is, who were the 13 reps that think pervs and kids belong together?

“House Minority Leader Josh Boschee, a Democrat from Fargo who is openly gay, said the bill marginalizes ‘certain people’ who live in North Dakota.”

To paraphrase the old westerns, some folks just need marginalizin’.

“I would hope that we leave this up to parents,” Boschee said. “We already have laws that restrict where people can perform with nudity or without nudity, so this further expansion is nothing more than continuing to police morality.”

Finally, something lefties want to leave up to parents.

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