Publicly Funded “Drag Queen Story Hour” Expands into NYC MIDDLE Schools
By Eric Thompson
Progressives have been successful in gaining access to children, of all ages, in their pursuit to affect change in their natural thinking, by introducing them to their alternative reality during their formative years. In what would have been unthinkable just years ago, thousands of parents around the US, instead of protecting their children, are now pursuing opportunities to introduce them to those struggling with gender dysphoria, typically in an attempt of virtue signaling. The so-called Drag Queen Story Hour is back in New York City schools and libraries, though it never left. In spite of the outrage from parents who objected to children being read to about pronouns and non-binary toddlers by men and women costumed as the opposite sex, the City of New York double down by continuing the funding, and actually expanding Drag Queen Story Hour programs. The program is funded with taxpayer dollars. Typically, men, dressed up in women’s clothing, read to children in libraries, schools, parks, and green spaces all over town and in every borough. Radical New York City Councilmembers continue to use their discretionary funding to pay for the drag queens and kings to come read to children and help them put on drag queen makeup.
Among those council members who fund this are Keith Powers, Jimmy Van Bramer, and Daniel Dromm. Drag Story Hour NYC shared images of students at Queens middle school IS 93, where Bella Noche spoke to children. The post said that Noche was discussing the children’s book, Melissa, by Alex Gino, with the students. The book is about a boy who wants to be a girl, and so really is a girl. “When people look at George, they see a boy. But George knows she’s a girl,” the description reads. Middle schools in New York are now bringing in drag queens to read with students. pic.twitter.com/TVXdxez1Le — Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 17, 2022
Middle-schoolers gathered around to hear Bella Noche read to them while dressed as a woman. When asked about the continuation of the programming, Tony Kinnett said “The key question is always ‘why.’ Why does there need to be a special hour for men dressed sexually—to read for kids? Why are children given the responsibility of validating grown men in dresses?” For Daniel Buck, the answer as to why is simple and sarcastic, “Because representation duh, you bigot. If young children don’t see men dressed like strippers, then they’ll grow up to be white nationalists.” Indeed, many of these programs stress the courage and bravery of those who dress in these cross-sex costumes to read to children, as though there is something heroic about doing so. “I am especially proud to support Drag Queens Story Hour, a wonderfully imaginative and inclusive program for kids that encourages acceptance and a love of reading,” Van Bramer said when asked about the use of funding. “Drag Queen Story Hour provides all kids with a space to be themselves and to see queer role models—something I desperately needed as a kid.”
James Linsday said that “The story isn’t that they do it, it’s that you can’t get them to stop doing it.” Our nation is struggling once again to figure out why, this time an 18-year-old, a former student would buy two guns, drive down to an elementary school and kill 19 students and 2 teachers. As usual, the left is not discussing what mental issues the shooter had, what can be done to help other young people struggling with depression, etc, and find other ways of expressing their frustration. No discussions of the breakdown of the traditional family unit, violence in games that children have access or the effect Critical Race Theory has on young minds, especially those who have been in seclusion for 2 years. America doesn’t have a gun problem, it has social justice and spiritual problem instead.
"Let not an evil speaker be established on the earth: evil shall hunt the violent man to overthrow him."
Psalm140: 11 KJV