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Joe Rogan Says Drag Queens Are 'Sexualized' and Shouldn't Perform for Kids

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The Joe Rogan Experience.Rogan and Phetasy were discussing issues relating to trans women being sent to women's prisons, which led them down the path of discussing other topics relating to the LGBTQ community."Drag queen shows for kids, like family-friendly drag queen shows, which is a very bizarre thing," Rogan said on a recent episode of the podcast. "It's not a singular event.

There's a lot of that going around."I've seen this argument where people are saying like, 'I would want my child to grow up and know that you can express yourself in any way possible.' Well okay, how would you feel about family-friendly strip shows, right?" Rogan continued, asking, "Where you have biological women that are sticking their ass out and—'Put a dollar in her G-string, Billy.' You'd be weirded out right?""It's not much different because it's sexualized.

A drag queen show in a lot of ways is sexualized and so you're sexualizing this idea of these men—many of them have autogynephilia. [Meaning] they get a sexual kink out of dressing up as women, and then they're doing that in front of children," Rogan claimed.He added that it's fine for there to be the shows, acknowledging that people love them, but he draws the line at encouraging children to go, participate and give them money.When reached for her thoughts on Rogan's views, British drag queen La Voix said: "As Dolly Parton would say, 'Of course I have my opinion about everybody and everything, but I learned a long time ago to keep your damn mouth shut if you want to stay in show business.

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