Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) in libraries and schools, invited as “models of diversity” to teach, entertain, and educate kids about being transgender
The LGBTQ curriculum, with its Drag Queens, has found an audience in public schools in the USA, Canada, and the UK. Together with The Satanic Temple’s “Satan Club,” these “progressive educators” has opened the door wide open for the enemy.
How ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ began
First introduced in San Francisco, it has spread like gangrene indoctrinating young children to embrace what God calls an immoral lifestyle.
Its creator, Michelle Tea, came up with the idea after attending children’s library events traditionally hosted by “straight people.” She wanted to promote a more inclusive storytime and affirm LGBTQ families (kids with same-sex parents).
DQSH spread like wildfire, and “gay, transgender people” were allowed to preach at libraries, schools, bookstores, and museums.
How the DQSH is indoctrinating children
1. Gay alphabet, “trans as a career,” twerking lessons taught by transvestites and transgenders
Nina West introduced the “gay alphabet” in 2020. In 2021, she became one of Nickelodeon’s gay endorsers. In another bizarre video in 2020, a transgender person teaches young kids, with their parents, “how to twerk.”
2. Library allows a child sex offender to read “gay stories” to young children
According to KHOU, the Houston Public Library was forced to admit a registered child sex offender to participate in its drag queen reading program for kids. All done in the name of diversity and tolerance.
The library confirmed Tatiana Mala Nina (Alberto Garza) was convicted in 2018 for assaulting an 8-year-old boy. But the real tragedy was parents who cheered and laughed as they allowed their kids to absorb a subtle demonic indoctrination.
3. Drag Queen shares her “transgender career” with students
Parents were outraged after a professional Drag Queen was invited to a Middle School’s career day. The school wanted to show career diversity, and guests talked about their job.
Trans-kids are empowered
In 2017, an 8-year-old drag queen ‘Lactatia‘ said, “If your parents don’t let you do drag, ‘you need new parents.” His parents are supportive of him becoming a transgender star at this age. He also said anyone could do what they want in life.
4. A public library hired ‘rainbow dildo butt monkey’ for a children’s event
The Redbridge Library, East London, hired Mandinga Arts to provide entertainers for their Summer Reading Challenge event on July 10, 2021. One of the entertainers was described as a “rainbow dildo butt monkey” on Twitter.
The trans entertainer was dressed in rainbow colors, with a dildo and a fake butt monkey with nipples exposed. While the colors are wonderful, it is also a bizarre display of the gay sex culture. Apparently, it was meant to encourage kids in Redbridge to pick up reading for summer.
The Lawn Boy
In 2021, angry parents from several American public school districts were shaken by the book “Lawn Boy.” Written by Jonathan Evison. High school students read it as part of their curriculum. The book describes two boys having sex in graphic detail.
The book describes two boys having sex in graphic detail.
Not all Drag Queens are amused; Kitty Demure rebukes parents
Not all Drag Queens are amused. A famous California transgender person, Kitty Demure, slams parents who bring their kids to DQSH events. She blames them on the following facts.
1. What the hell has a drag queen done?
2. Why would you want them to influence your child?
3. Drag Queens perform for adults with a lot of filth.
Kitty Demure dissents. At the height of her anti-DQSH rant, Twitter suspended her account. Her conservative tweets are labeled “harmful.” Mainstream media wants to shut her down. What DQSH teaches is a twisted form of gender diversity, which is Luciferian.
Conservative publisher fights back
In 2021, Brave Books launched ‘Elephants are Not Birds.’ It’s an “anti-trans book” written by Ashley St. Clair that follows an elephant named Kevin and a vulture called Culture. The vulture wanted Kevin to be confused and convinced him he was a bird, not an elephant.
The following year, Matt Walsh, who released the documentary ‘What is a Woman,’ published the children’s book “Johnny the Walrus.” It allegorically compares being transgender to pretending to be a walrus through the story of a child named Johnny.