Drag Queen Story Hour, an event seen as targeting and grooming children in public schools and libraries, has been banned by Montana, the first state to do so.
Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) signed the bill Monday which defines Drag Queen Story Hour as “an event hosted by a drag queen or drag king who reads children’s books and engages in other learning activities with minor children present.”
Daily Wire reporter Megan Basham celebrated the bill.
“We are seeing more and more states moving to stop the LGBTQ lobby from targeting children. As others have pointed out, there is real political momentum building here and it is something to celebrate.”
The LGBT mob is outraged.
“Montana’s new law criminalizing freedom of expression and art should be a red flag for everyone. The moral panic of drag has too long been a scapegoat for transmisogyny and overall transphobia in this country,” Jonathan Hamilt, the executive director of Drag Story Hour, told CNN.
“Uncle Sam needs a makeover and our drag community is here to create one,” Hamilt added.
The Montana bill took similar bills passed in Florida and Tennessee a step further.
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