Virginia Library to Host Drag Queen Story Hour for Toddlers — and Babies
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There are lots of stunned parents around Fairfax County, Virginia after the Dolly Madison Library announced they would host a drag queen show for children — including babies and toddlers.
“Celebrate Pride Month by attending Drag Storybook Hour cosponsored by Fairfax County Public Library and The McLean Community Center,” read an announcement posted on local websites.
Librarians said the event was open to school-age children, preschoolers, babies and toddlers.
As you might imagine most moms and dads were horrified at the prospect of their children frolicking in the book stacks with grown men wearing feather boas, skimpy dresses and stiletto heels.
“Outrageous,” declared the Fairfax Republican Party, accusing the library of targeting local youngsters.
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Radical sex and gender revolutionaries have literally taken over nearly every public library in the nation and they are waging a stealth campaign to indoctrinate your children.
They advertise Drag Queen Story Hour as a “family-friendly” event promoting tolerance and diversity. In reality, it’s a perverse pro-LGBT propaganda campaign.
In 2018, a Louisiana drag queen defended drag queen story time to city leaders during a meeting in Lafayette.
“This is going to be the grooming of the next generation. We are trying to groom the next generation,” the drag queen declared as shocked parents gasped.
Drag Queen Story Time is not Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, folks. Nor is it Sesame Street with sequins. It’s a government-sanctioned freak show paid for with your tax dollars.
If parents want to take their toddlers to a drag queen show they should head down to the local gay bar, not the taxpayer-funded public library.