Drag Queen Story Hour Teaches Gender Fluidity In Our Public Schools
Its called Drag Queen Story Hour and it is exactly what it sounds like: drag queens reading stories to children. The story content typically revolves around subjects such as gender fluidity and inclusion. The story hours typically take place in libraries and schools and even bookstores across America. And it’s causing a lot of parents to consider learning how to homeschool.
The goal is to give kids “glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.” This is story time where the “dress up is real,” the program advertises.
The San Francisco based company which was founded by Michelle Tea of RADAR Productions has regular drag queen story times in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. And, well, it’s growing. A scheduled event for this Saturday in New York will cater stories to autistic kids. Another event will be held at a bookstore in Illinois.
Here is a drag queen that goes by the name, Ms. B., reading to kids in New York.
This is drag queen Angela Elektra reading to kids in the Bronx.
Here’s a Drag Queen Story Hour event from Reading, PA. from this past Wednseday.
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The movement’s goal is to begin Drag Queen Story Hour chapters in as many cities and towns across America as possible. The organization is based on public donations and partners with libraries in New York and San Francisco. They’ve been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, Buzzfeed, and The San Francisco Chronicle.
One of the most “liked” and engaging comments from their page reads, “This is shocking !!! Did the parents know about this ???
Why does this person think his/her sexuality should be jammed down the throats of 4 and 5-year-olds???”
The comment, one among many negative, eventually turns into heated exchanges between parents staunchly positioned on both sides of the issue.
This is another example of our public school systems pushing progressive agendas over educating our kids. Parents should always have the choice of when and how they should or shouldn’t explain gender fluidity and the drag queen lifestyle. To not want your kids being taught about third genders, binary genders, and drag queen lifestyles, has nothing to do with hate, as it is often equated to.
I was never taught gender fluidity as a child, however, in my 20’s, I’d commonly see drag queens on the streets of New Orleans, or even ones sharing the bathrooms with me, and think little of it. I didn’t feel any extraordinary hateful emotions. The “hate,” as circumstances have it, is hate that’s created by the mainstream media as a way to further indoctrinate the herd on more enslaving policy.
The media and extreme liberals will relate “not wanting drag queen story hour” that teaches “gender fluidity” as hate as a way to guilt people or scare people, into accepting the agenda. Liberalism creates a moral high-ground and punishes those in the herd who choose not to support the high-ground with job losses, public scorn, and disassociation.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.