‘Good Morning America’ Promotes 11-Year-Old Drag Child ‘Desmond Is Amazing’

NEW YORK — ABC’s television show “Good Morning America” recently featured an 11-year-old “drag kid,” applauding the child as “inspiring” and with an “amazing story.” Some viewers are disappointed with the show’s endorsement and have expressed concern about the ramifications of allowing little boys to dress like girls for fun.

Desmond Napoles, who goes by the stage name “Desmond Is Amazing,” strutted his way onto the set of the broadcast, co-hosted by Michael Strahan and Sara Haines. He wore a yellow dress with a white fur coat, along with a long wig and makeup, and laid down on the floor at the conclusion of his flamboyant entrance, being met with cheers and laughter.

Napoles’ parents, Andrew and Wendy Napoles, sat in the audience, smiling on at their son. Strahan asked Napoles about his family and their backing.

“They support me by letting me do what I want to do,” the boy said, “and letting me dress up and play with make up and trains.”

“I’m very proud of him,” his father added. “I’m proud that he’s found his path so early.”

Haines brought out three adult “drag queens”—known as Hedda Lettuce, Shannel, and Alyssa Edwards—during the interview and seated them next to Napoles. When asked to share their thoughts on the child’s drag pursuits, Shannel remarked that Napoles is “inspirational.”

“I started doing drag when I was fifteen years old … and I wish at that age that I could have had the courage that you have to do what you do and literally take the art and put it in mainstream America,” he said. “It’s beautiful.”

A crew member soon rolled out a cart of gifts for Napoles from the drag queens, which included various cosmetics and a makeup tutorial DVD. Edwards also invited Napoles to come to his studio for dance lessons.

“Thank you for reminding us all to be who were are on the inside,” Haines said.

According to a website for Napoles, the child’s parents previously took him to a therapist and were advised “to allow Desmond to develop naturally.”

“Therefore, rather than ostracize, punish, or shame him, force him to play with certain toys, or restrict him to boys only costumes and clothing while playing dress up, Desmond’s parents allowed him to inherently progress, explore, and choose his tastes in clothing, toys, and activities on his own,” the site states.

“He had developed his gender identity as non-conforming, or gender fluid, as a young child,” it outlines. “He is not, nor has the desire to become, transgender. From early on, he has said that he is a boy who enjoys dressing up as a girl.”

However, it says that “[a]round first grade, Desmond began having normal childhood crushes, not on girls, but on other boys.”

“To Desmond, being gay means that he is certain that he would like to have a boyfriend someday, not a girlfriend,” the site states. “As he gets older, he has been increasingly adamant about his choice and identity. He feels less different after meeting and speaking with other boys his age who also feel that they are gay.”

While those in the audience at the “Good Morning America” broadcast cheered the boy, some viewers expressed concern about the child’s well-being.

“It seems horribly inappropriate to be parading around a young child as though he/she is a spectacle. And then to have adults who are drag queens giving him advice and gifts to promote his dressing up in drag. Something doesn’t feel right about that,” one commenter wrote.

“Quite saddened for this young man’s future. I’m afraid the trail he is blazing is toward a cliff of self-destructive morals, guided by people who have been brainwashed that whatever makes someone feel good should be supported,” another said. “Such deception. God help them to find truth!”

Scripture states in Deuteronomy 22:5, “The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment.” The Geneva Study Bible adds in its commentary, “For that alters the order of nature, and shows that you despise God.”

As previously reported, the Bible teaches that all men are born with the Adamic sin nature, and have various inherent inclinations that are contrary to the law of God, being utterly incapable of changing themselves. It is why Jesus outlined in John 3:5-7 that men must be regenerated by the second birth, or they cannot see the kingdom of Heaven.

“Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God,” he declared. “That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.”

“Bitter experience teaches that the imprisoning net clings too tightly to be stripped from our limbs by our own efforts. Nay rather, the net and the captive are one, and he who tries to cast off the oppression which hinders him from following that which is good is trying to cast off himself,” also wrote the late preacher and Bible commentator Alexander Maclaren.

“But to men writhing in the grip of a sinful past, or paralyzed beyond writhing and indifferent, because [they are] hopeless, or because they have come to like their captivity, comes one whose name is ‘The Breaker,’ whose mission it is to proclaim liberty to the captives, and whose hand laid on the cords that bind a soul, causes them to drop harmless from the limbs and sets the bondsman free.”

Dutch man, 69, wants to legally change age because he ‘feels 49’

A Dutch man who feels his age is holding him back in business and dating has launched a legal battle to be legally recognised as 20 years younger.

Emile Ratelband, was born on 11 March 1949, but because he feels he is being discriminated against by potential employers and on dating sites, he wants to change his date of birth to 11 March 1969.

The 69-year-old compared his desire to be recognised as 20 years younger to transsexuals who want to be recognised as having being born in the opposite sex.

Young on the inside

Ratelband told a court in Arnhem he did not feel “comfortable” with his date of birth, and that his official age does not reflect his emotional state.

He said: “When I’m 69, I am limited. If I‘m 49, then I can buy a new house, drive a different car. I can take up more work.

He added that he thought the age change would help him be more successful on dating app Tinder.

He added that his doctors had told him he has the body of a 45-year-old.


Ratelband claimed it was “a question of free will”, while his lawyer Jan-Hein Kuijpers said it was high time for age-reversal to be recognised in law.

Kuijpers was asked if changing legal age should require health inspections to assess a person’s “emotional age”. He responded that “something like common sense” should play a part.

The judge agreed that because of pushes to recognise transgenderism, what was once a legal impossibility is now law.

When Ratelband announced he wanted to legally change his age, he said “thousands” of people on social media expressed their support, and that many will follow suit if the courts approve his request.


In 2015, it was revealed that a 52-year-old Candian man with seven children had decided to identify as a six-year-old girl, and was living with his friends whom he referred to as his “adoptive mommy and daddy”.

He dresses as a child and plays with his friend’s grandchildren.

He said: “In my mind I was never allowed to be a little girl so I’m filling that tank of little girl experiences.”

‘Deeply religious’ Chelsea Clinton: ‘Un-Christian’ to end legal abortion

To Kill your Baby or not to -That is the question?

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Self-proclaiming herself to be a “deeply religious person,” Chelsea Clinton contended in a Thursday interview that it would be “un-Christian” to end legal abortion in America.

During an interview, Signal Boost Co-host Jess McIntosh – an intersectional feminist – asked the former first daughter about how she was able to stay positive in her fight to keep abortion legal in the United States – as it has been since the U.S. Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS) landmark Roe v. Wade decision of 1973.

“How do you keep going in the hopes that your daughter doesn’t have to have this fight?” McIntosh asked Clinton in the SiriusXM interview, according to The Daily Wire.

Modern-day champion of morality?

The daughter of former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton replied that her moral decision to choose right over wrong is what drives her determination to champion abortion.

“Every day, I make the moral choice to be optimistic that my efforts and my energies – particularly when I’m fortunate enough to be in partnership with fellow travelers – hopefully will make a difference,” Chelsea Clinton answered, according to The Daily Wire. “And when I think about all of the statistics – that are painful – of what women are confronting today in our country, and what even more women confronted pre-Roe [v. Wade], and how many women died and how many more women were maimed because of unsafe abortion practices, we just can’t go back to that.”

She went on to indicate that she was a devout Christian and that her religious-minded conscience drives her to make the moral commitment to make sure abortion is not ruled legal in the U.S.

“That’s unconscionable to me,” the young Clinton continued, according to Townhall. “And also, I’m sure that this will unleash another wave of hate in my direction – but as a deeply religious person, it’s also un-Christian to me.”

Clinton’s remarks were initially spurred at the progressive event by a line of questioning regarding the impetus behind her motivation to aggressively promote abortion while the other side of the debate passionately defends the sanctity of human life … and her response indicated that she believes pro-life advocates are on the immoral side of the argument.

“I look at my children and I have to quote [World Bank President] Jim [Yong] Kim: ‘Optimism is a moral choice,'” Clinton shared, as reported by The Washington Examiner.

Chelsea: Economic benefits of abortion

The pro-abortion Democrat continued to portray the pro-life movement in a negative light when she claimed that she received considerable backlash and hatred last month regarding her controversial comment that keeping abortion legal contributes to economic improvement.

“American women entering the labor force from 1973 to 2009 added $3.5 trillion to our economy – right?” Clinton asserted in her controversial comment at the time, according to Townhall. “The net, new entrance of women – that is not disconnected from the fact that Roe became the law of the land in January of 1973.”

She still remained unapologetic about this view on Thursday – reaffirming her argument for abortion as the superior economic choice for women.

“[O]ur ability to participate fully in our society – including economically – hinges on our ability to be able to make choices for our bodies and our families,” the abortion activist insisted.

Co-host Zerlina Maxwell banded with McIntosh and Clinton in their condemnation of the pro-life movement.

“With the feminists all in agreement, they bonded over their disdain for pro-lifers – whom they described as ugly trolls,” The Daily Wire’s Amanda Prestigiacomo reported.

In fact, Maxwell depicted Clinton as a victim of pro-life advocates’ sinister persecution.

“You handle the hate pretty well,” Maxwell commended Clinton, according The Daily Wire. “Anti-choice folks are really some of the ugliest – and gun lovers, too.”

Clinton basked in the sympathy while complaining about pro-life advocates’ opposition to her ultra-left abortion platform – as she tried to reason that being “Christian” means putting one’s career above the life of preborn children.

“[I’ve been] compared to slave owners and Nazis [for] having the temerity [to support abortion on demand],” Clinton informed her supportive interviewers.

Roe on fire?

The abortion debate has been rekindled ever since President Donald Trump’s SCOTUS appointee Brett Kavanaugh arrived on the scene, with Democratic leaders alarming other abortion activists that he could upturn the nation’s highest court’s infamous 45-year-old ruling, which has resulted in the terminated lives of some 60 million preborn children in America.

“Abortion rights have been thrust back into the spotlight amid Brett Kavanaugh’s U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee,” the Examiner’s Naomi Lim recounted. “Clinton headlined a ‘Rise Up for Roe’ event in New York City last month in opposition to Kavanaugh’s nomination.”

Democrats are fearful that the left-leaning balance of SCOTUS – that pushed forward the legalization of same-sex “marriage” and numerous other pro-LGBT legal privileges – will be in great jeopardy if Kavanaugh joins the bench and leans it toward the right.

“Kavanaugh’s appointment to the highest court in the country would cement the conservative majority on the bench,” Lim added. “His confirmation is likely to herald an era in which the 1973 landmark opinion will be narrowly applied to cases before the court.”