Pizza Hut Goes Full Woke with “Drag Kids” Book Aimed at Pre-K Children
If you grew up around the time that I did, then you may have participated in the reading program at your school at gave you a free personal pan pizza for reading a certain number of books as part of the “Book It” program.
I always enjoyed reading books when I was a kid, it just made the deal even sweeter when I was able to get rewarded for doing what I already wanted to do.
Well, Pizza Hut isn’t the same anymore.
As part of its reading incentive program for children as early as pre-kindergarten, Pizza Hut featured a book about “drag kids.”
Children as young as four were encouraged to read “Big Wig,” a book about drag kids.
The book honors tiny boys who dress up in wigs, heavy make-up, and dresses to perform for adults.
“When a child dresses in drag to compete in a neighborhood costume competition, he becomes B. B. Bedazzle! A key part of B.B. Bedazzle’s ensemble is a wig called Wig. Together they are an unstoppable drag queen team! But Wig feels inadequate compared to the other, bigger wigs. When Wig flies off B. B.’s head, she goes from kid to kid instilling confidence and inspiring dreams in those who wear her,” the book’s description read.
.@pizzahut sponsors a program which incentivizes kids in PreK-6th grade to read books. This week, one of their suggested books is “Big Wig.” A book about a child who becomes a drag performer. pic.twitter.com/5FTQC5ubCo
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) June 3, 2022
— The Based Librarian (@BasedLibrarian) June 3, 2022
Honestly, I’m surprised that Pizza Hut is still in business at this point. With places like Dominos, Papa Johns, and Papa Murphy’s who all have better pizza than Pizza Hut, you would think that they would have gone out of business already.
Well, hopefully this woke business will lead to the final demise of Pizza Hut. If you work there or have friends or family that work there, I’m sorry, but I hope that they go find another job elsewhere. Somewhere that isn’t woke. We’ve got to stand up against this stuff with our wallets and not just with our words. Our words mean nothing if we still support them with our money.
I have a buddy who knows how woke Disney is, yet he just booked a trip to go to Disney World. He’s essentially just ignoring the fact that they’re horrible. His justification? “Every kid should go to Disney World they say.”
Okay, so let’s support the LGBTQ+ agenda by giving them money, but let’s talk bad about it to our friends. That’s hypocrisy, my friend.