It’s a “thing,” as kids might say. More and more public libraries around the country are inviting drag queens to read story books to young children. Three of them, in fact, recently read to the kiddies at the Indianapolis Central Library, while bedecked in their scurrilous garb.
Heather Pugh, a parent attending the “recital” with her children, told USA Today: “Some parents choose to expose their children to religion, some parents choose to expose their children to culture, the arts. I’m working to teach my children to be open-minded, loving, accepting people.”
That would be the perfect modern defense for the 38-year-old teacher who is caught having sex with a 15-year-old student. “You wish to condemn me? I’m just more open-minded, loving, and accepting than most are.”
Another parent, Stephen Lane, said, “I want kids to experience just the fun of being around drag queens, the creativity, their style, their expression of their individuality.” Lane is the library’s “indispensable man” when it comes to planning programs for children, according to the newspaper.
Not to be outdone, the Brooklyn Public Library held a similar taxpayer-funded event in May. They touted the event by stating: “What do drag queens and children have in common? They love dressing up and all things sparkly and fancy! Drag Queen Story Hour captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity in childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.” That is unabashedly queer and nonsensical indoctrination.
An Indianapolis library spokesperson told Todd Starnes of Fox News that there is nothing wrong with teaching wee little ones about gender fluidity, saying: “Young children often exhibit gender fluidity in their play, and Drag Queen Story Hour reinforces for them that there is nothing wrong with that.”
Starnes himself admits that the Brooklyn library said the response to Drag Queen Story Hour has been “overwhelmingly positive.” This in itself is evidence of a nearly complete breakdown in societal morality and sanity. He says he asked the library if they would “ever allow ministers to dress up in clerical garb and read Bible stories to the children.”
I think we all know the answer to that question. But really, who in their right mind would expect God’s word, as told in Genesis and other books in the Old and New Testaments, to compare with plump, gay guys reading children’s stories in lispy voice, whilst clad in cheeky, colorful, frilly women’s apparel…with all that implies?
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