In a surprising twist, the nation that sends drag queens into schools to teach children about oral sex is now questioning how notorious sexual predator Jimmy Savile was able to get away with his crimes for so long.

“How did he do it? How did he manage to operate in plain sight for so many years?” asked one concerned citizen. “We just don’t understand how something like this could happen.”

The irony of the situation was not lost on many observers, who pointed out that the same society that sends drag queens into classrooms to educate children about the intricacies of sexual deviance seems to have a blind spot when it comes to actual sexual predators.

“It’s almost as if they’re more concerned with promoting a progressive agenda than they are with protecting children,” said one commentator.

Others were more skeptical of the sudden concern, noting that many of the same people who are now outraged by Savile’s actions were likely aware of them at the time but chose to turn a blind eye.

“It’s easy to be outraged now that he’s dead and can’t defend himself,” said one cynic. “But where were these people when he was alive and actively abusing children?”

Regardless of the motivations behind the sudden concern, one thing is clear: the same society that promotes and celebrates sexual deviance seems to have a real problem when it comes to actually protecting vulnerable children from sexual predators.