And when car companies just built cars?
Today, we have Out With Chevy – which wasn't about the latest Chevy. And – just recently – Models of Pride – the "world's largest free conference of LGBTQ+ youth and their allies" – sponsored in part by a car company – Toyota – which reportedly gifts more than $100,000 annually to the Los Angeles LGBT Center, which put on the freak show.
One of them on show being Dew Mi Moore – a "drag performer" who goes from zero to freak in less than six seconds. Also present was Mayhem Miller, who told the kids brought there by their parents, "When I was young, we didn't have anything like this. . ." Probably because parents didn't used to bring their kids to "drag races."
"You are going to change our future . . ."
The event also included a workshop instructing kids about the "first steps" they can take toward becoming freaks themselves.
Strong language? Necessarily so.
The same language that's necessary to use when speaking of Face Diapers rather than "masks" – and the freaks pushing those, too.