Teacher Defends Drag Queen Makeup Class: Parents 'Don’t Know What’s Best' for Their Children

    Updated: November 18, 2019 at 5:34 pm EST  See Comments

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    Teacher Defends Drag Queen Makeup Class: Parents ‘Don’t Know What’s Best’ for Their Children

    A Texas school district has come under fire for allowing a drag queen to teach makeup to a high school cosmetology class. 

    Though school administrators communicated the event, several parents were concerned that the event happened in the first place, according to local reports. The man, who dresses as a woman, goes by the name of Lynn Adonis-Deveaux, though his real name is unknown.

    “I’ve got a problem when somebody with a false name enters a school and has advertised himself as an adult exotic dancer for men…Nobody would be allowed in a school under those circumstances,” said Conroe ISD trustee Dale Inman.

    But teachers within the surrounding school district believe that parents shouldn’t have as loud of a voice when it comes to these issues.

    In a post on Facebook, Willis ISD teacher Anthony Lane said, “I believe that raising a child is the responsibility of the community, and that parents should not have the final say. Let’s be honest, some of you don’t know what is best for your kids. I have learned a ton about what is best for [my son] Ethan from his teachers, not the other way around.

    “Parents believe they should be able to storm the school in the name of political and religious beliefs if something happens in the school that they are morally opposed to. They forget that we make a promise to

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