Toyota Sponsors First Steps of Drag Artistry for Children

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    The event, which was dubbed “Models of Pride,” was held by the Los Angeles LGBT Center and was targeted at those who are aged 24 and under. The minimum age was not stated on the site. It was reported that the Los Angeles LGBT Center described the event to be “the world's largest free conference for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies.”

    The event also featured the drag queen Dew Mi Moore. It was hosted by “Mayhem Miller,” who has previously appeared as RuPaul's Drag Race. Miller addressed the audience of kids “When I was younger there was nothing like this. The future is going to be different for you because of our lives and I am awestruck by each person.” The event, according to reports, had around 400 people in attendance which included children as well as their families.

    Models of Pride also hosted workshops for breakouts, such as one called “Drag Isn't a Race” which was focused upon “learning the history of drag and taking the first steps of becoming a fabulous drag performer.”

    A workshop entitled “Where Do You Fit In?” was a look at what is known as the “LGBTQ+ community's subcultures to “find your chosen community.”

    Toyota gives over $100k for the Los Angeles LGBT Center every year, and so does George Soros's Open Society Foundation. Cedars Sinai also gives over $100k annually to the LGBT Center in addition to Gilead and a number of other companies from the healthcare or pharmaceutical sectors. Breitbart News had previously revealed connections between healthcare and the movement to promote transgenderism as normal.

    The organization is supported by various financial institutions, such as Wells Fargo, Union Bank, Citi Bank, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, First Republic Bank, and US Bank. Other companies that support the group comprise Boeing, American Airlines, Comcast NBC Universal, Hasbro, Nike, and Target.

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