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Public Library Deletes Pictures of Drag Queens Fondling Children at Story Hour

Parents complained about the event, showing the photos of children lounging atop of the costumed queens on the floor, grabbing at false breasts, and burying their faces in their bodies.

By Libby Emmons | 26 July 2019

THE FEDERALIST — The new trend of hosting “drag queen story hour” at children’s libraries has been touted as part of diversification efforts. The practice of librarians bringing drag queens to read to children has come under fire for sexualizing children. Librarians came to the defense of this programming, touting it as innocent and family oriented, but new photographs have emerged to belie that claim, of children obscenely draped over drag queens in a way that would be obviously disgusting if they were female beauty queens.

Such photos taken at a Drag Queen Story Hour event at St. John’s Library in Portland, Oregon circulated on Facebook. Parents complained about the event, showing the photos of children lounging atop of the costumed queens on the floor, grabbing at false breasts, and burying their faces in their bodies.

The library had uploaded the photos to their Flickr feed, but they’re not available there anymore. Lifesite News archived them. Multnomah County Library took the photos down, without a word. […]

1 Comment on Public Library Deletes Pictures of Drag Queens Fondling Children at Story Hour

  1. Good God Almighty in heaven….can this be ANY surprise? Was it expected that Trannie Story Hour at the library would go overwhelmingly well and that there would be no negative repercussions? The photos are an abomination and I can’t believe whoever works for the library and posted these pictures thought nothing of it.
    My problem lies with the parents who actually allow their children to participate in this – they need their heads examined and don’t deserve to be parents.

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