A new animated series akin to “The Powerpuff Girls,” but featuring cartoon “baby drag queens” voiced by cast members of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” is set to appear on the World of Wonder’s WOW Presents Plus this month, being at least the second release in 2018 featuring animated cross-dressing men.
“Drag Tots” tells the story of four pint-sized drag queens who attend grammar school, and navigate through adventures with the aid of a talking unicorn head, played by homosexual drag entertainer RuPaul himself.
“Baby drag queens attend grammar school in this new animated series for kids and grown-ups of all ages!” a description of the show outlines. “Meet Dina Saur, a colorful drag tot whose aesthetic is inspired by dinosaurs; Roxy Moron, innocent, lovable and totally gullible; Arugala, a Puerto Rican provocateur with a taste for trouble; and Lady Liber ‘T,’ an African American queen with a talent for putting haters in their place!”
“With guidance from school mascot Corny the Unicorn, each episode features a different dragtastic adventure. From a visit to a wig farm to a journey to an alternate drag universe, school has never been so fierce!” it states.
WOWPresents released a trailer for the series on YouTube last month, portraying the show as being the answer for “a world on the brink of chaos” due to hostile political and social climates to “give our planet what it needs.”
Children sing the jingle for the show at the end of the teaser, “Drag, drag, drag, drag, drag tots! Yeah!”
In addition to RuPaul, the animated series is voiced by “drag queens” Adore Delano, Bianca Del Rio, Detox, Latrice Royale and Valentina.
While some have expressed excitement over the soon-coming cartoon, calling it “cute” and “hilarious,” others have voiced concern over the continuing pervasive influences on children.
“Isn’t there enough confusion for our children in schools and homes without adding this stuff to the mix?” one commenter asked. “I feel for the kids today. They have no accountability; they are torn every which way. They are in need of our prayers, as are the adults who live this crazy insane life and create further insanity in promoting programs as mentioned above.”
“Lord, I pray that you disband this evil … that is corrupting our children and society. I also pray for the people that are involved and that their eyes are opened to the illusion [under which] Satan is entrapping them. Thank you, Jesus, for the precious blood and opening my eyes to the truth. Amen,” another stated.
As previously reported, last week, the popular movie outlet Netflix similarly announced that it would be presenting a new cartoon series called “Super Drags,” which centers on the fictional tales of drag queen superheroes.
“They’re here, they’re queer, and they’re going to save the world. Super Drags, a new animated series coming soon,” Netflix announced on social media on Thursday.
The accompanying trailer for the series included in-your-face animated close-ups of the partially bare rear-end and breasts of one of the characters as they suit up for their mission.
In the sermon “And They Crucified Him,” the late Art Katz lamented that the Church of the 21st century is not being a light in the darkness like the Church of the Book of Acts.
“I think every one of us ought to be humiliated or humbled every time we pick up the book of Acts and read the glory that attended the life of that first Church. How is it that these … fishermen and louts who had no advantage of the kind that we have enjoyed were able to turn cities upside down and shake the earth? Why is it we have not had a corresponding effect in our own generation?” he asked.
Jesus also warned in Matthew 5:13, “Ye are the salt of the earth, but if the salt has lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.”