I’ll guess it happened because the people in charge were so anxious to show their acceptance of an alternative lifestyle that they forgot about the security of little kids.
Heads should roll at this library in Houston, and the promotion of drag queens should also stop.
NOT a good look at a time when the public’s support is needed to establish an independent public library district in Boulder, to ensure adequate revenues for library operations in the future.
I’m sorry, liberals, but there are some forms of diversity that innocent little kids don’t need to be exposed to. And the drag queens are, in their own words, “grooming” kids to accept something way beyond Story Time. From the commentary above:
Drag Queen Storytime is a national movement that has swept across libraries from coast to coast, introducing children as young as two-years-old to drag queens. Organizers say its mission is to promote love and acceptance. But critics say it has nothing to do with tolerance and everything to do with indoctrination.
In 2018 a drag queen in Lafayette, Louisiana all but admitted to city council members that storytime was about pushing an agenda.
“This is going to be the grooming of the next generation,” Santana Pilar Andrews told council members. “We are trying to groom the next generation.”
Grooming for what, exactly? In the case of the Houston drag queen revealed to be a registered sex offender who raped an 8-year-old child and received only probation, we must shudder to think of that pervert’s intentions.
I can’t say how many of Boulder, CO’s convicted child molesters, if any, are drag queens, but it’s typical for sex offenders to get away with their criminal exploitation of vulnerable children for years before they’re caught and prosecuted. Why provide them an opportunity to gain the trust of kids and parents with any event as bizarre as Drag Queen Story Time?
I say it’s more than enough for them to be able to flaunt themselves on Pearl Street Mall with all of the other weirdos, and do whatever they please with other consenting adults in the privacy of their homes.