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What Is Wrong With People? Theatre Company To Put ON ‘Family Sex Show’ Which Includes Adult Nudity For Kids 5+

A theatre company is set to produce an informative play about sex, gender identity and sexual pleasure aimed at families and children from as young as five.

The British production company ThisEgg caused social media uproar as it announced it will host four performances of ‘The Family Sex Show’ in the city of Bristol, England next month.

On Tobacco Factory Theatre’s website, the play is described as a fun and silly performance about the painfully AWKWARD subject of sex, exploring names and functions, boundaries, consent, pleasure, queerness, sex, gender and relationships”.

According to the information, the production will feature full adult nakedness, unbelievably bragging “at one point in the show everyone takes their clothes off”, will depict adults pretending to have sex in various positions and will address topics like “how can two people with the same parts have sex”.

Can someone please explain to me what in the hell is wrong with these people? What has gotten into the minds of modern-day progressives to think for one second that young children want or need this kind of information?

Kids that are five years old are not sexual. They aren’t thinking about sex. Most of them are picking boogers out of their noses and snacking on glue during craft time at school. And that’s perfectly okay. That’s the way it should be.

Well, minus the glue. That’s not healthy, but we’ll save that topic for another time.

The actors will inform and supposedly liberate the minds of their audiences by “using real life bodies, personal stories, songs and movement”.

The organizers have stated that the show’s age recommendation is anyone from five years and over and encourages audiences to:

bring your children.

“Made in consultation with the School of Sexuality Education, this show is for everyone”.

What’s even more unbelievable, the production, which is set to be an hour long and will cost around $20 for an adult ticket and $10 for a child, has been funded by a British government grant from the state-run Arts Council England.

Yes, that’s correct. A government grant is funding this program. And the left wonders why we’re so concerned about them teaching stuff to our children? Really? I think this explains it all.

To promote the show and to provide further explanation concerning the concept of the program, the ‘Family Sex Show’ performers and crew posted a shocking video to TikTok.

In the clip which has surpassed 381.4 thousand views, each individual introduces themselves, their pronouns and bizarrely describes their hair color before giving their account of the production process.

What in the hell does their hair color and what kind of earrings they are wearing have to do with this perverted show? Can anyone help make sense of this crap?

After going through the spiel about hair color and pronouns, Jessie, ThisEgg’s artistic director said she had wanted to make a show “that we wish that we’d have when we were younger”.

“Mostly, if we know our bodies then we know our rights,” she said in conclusion. Although why five-year-old children would need to know their bodies or rights remains sketchy.

Another woman who introduces herself in the video as Ailie, Tobacco Theatre’s programming and events manager, went on to say:

“The Family Sex Show is a fun and playful show for adults and children aged five and up. It offers an honest, human sex education that is feminist, queer, non-binary, inclusive and sex positive”.

Astounded and disgusted Twitter users expressed their concern about the sex show’s targeting of young children, with some suggesting the authorities should intervene.

“I’m assuming the police and child protection people will be there to stop this then,” said Martin Kirk.

“Hey kids, shall we go and watch some people get undressed today while they talk about sex? Take your kids to the Namco Station or bowling or anything. Just not this,” said film producer Hayden Hewitt.

At the very least, this show should not be advertised for children.

There will be six performances of the Family Sex Show at the Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol from May 5 to May 8.

This story syndicated with permission from My Patriot Post

This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather