The “We're coming for your children” chant has been used by LGBTQ activists for years, but it has recently come under fire. Some people find the chant to be threatening and believe that it is inappropriate to target children with this message. Others argue that the chant is simply a way of saying that LGBTQ people are here and that they are not going away.
There are several reasons why the “We're coming for your children” chant is problematic. First, it can be seen as a threat to parents who do not want their children to be exposed to LGBTQ content. Second, the chant can be seen as grooming children, as it suggests that LGBTQ people are trying to recruit them. Third, the chant can be seen as a form of intimidation, as it suggests that LGBTQ people are trying to force their beliefs on others.
It is important to note that not all LGBTQ people agree with the “We're coming for your children” chant. Some believe that the chant is harmful and that it does not represent the views of the majority of LGBTQ people. As some of them actually have half a brain to know this chant is wrong. It has gotten people in this community have stopped using it.
To learn more about The Chant please read this article from Fox News. An excerpt of the article has been copied below:
NBC News cited two drag queens who said the “we're coming for your children” chant was in bad taste and represented only a portion of the LGBTQ community. Hucklefaery Ken, the organizer for this year's New York City drag queen march, said the chant was a “bad joke that is being used to serve the interests of parasitic, predatory political propaganda and policy.”
“It’s really scary to us,” said Fussy Lo Mein, a drag performer, said. “It doesn’t represent everybody — it represents that individual. I thought it was a dumb idea, and I started chanting on top of it with alternate verses.”