James McMurtry Groomer or Hero?

James McMurtry is a staple in Texas red dirt country/singer-songwriter country music: but James McMurtry is out-of-touch with both reality and Tennessee law because he wants a 40 year old man’s moose-knuckle in your kindergartner’s face.

Last week while playing in Tennessee the confused singer wore a red dress to protest the state’s “anti-drag legislation.” On stage he said “When in Tennessee we will do our little bit for humanity.”

Thats cool, adults should be able to cross-dress if they want. Its a free country and dressing in drag should be a part of that freedom. And so, fighting back against the freedom-killing machine that is the Tennessee government should be resisted for making drag illegal. But the problem is Tennessee law does NOT make drag illegal. James McMurtry, with his head in the clouds and/or being so far sucked into the woke clone media machine, is fighting a bully that doesn’t exist because it is NOT illegal to dress drag in Tennessee. If he wants to wear a red dress he can. What he can not do, however, is gather up his entire band and go to an elementary school and flash his moose-knuckle in some poor kid’s face, and that is because the legislation restricts all sexually explicit shows (again, not drag singled out, but ALL sexually explicit “shows”) for an audience of minors (under 18). Simply read the summary of the law where the ban is against adults from impersonating the opposite sex in public or near where children could see:

The bill defines an ‘adult cabaret performance’ to mean a performance in a location other than an adult cabaret that features topless dancers, go-go dancers, exotic dancers, strippers, male or female impersonators who provide entertainment that appeals to prurient interest, or similar entertainers, regardless of whether or not performed for consideration

We all want freedom. We all want human flourishing. James McMurty wants your kids to see this:


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