Feb 21, 2019 Print this article

18,000 People Urge Indiana Library to Cancel Drag Queen Story Hour for Children

Once again "Drag Queen Story Hour" is attacking the innocence of children -- this time at the Evansville-Vanderburgh Public Library in Evansville, Indiana, on Feb. 23.

From every corner, however, voices clamor to cancel the scandalous program.  More than 18,600 people signed TFP Student Action's petition, urging Vanderburgh Public Library to stop the inappropriate "gender-fluid" reading to children.

> What You Can Do to CANCEL "Drag Queen Story Hour" that Attacks Children

For those who don't know, "Drag Queen Story Hour" deliberately targets children from 3 to 6.  Homosexual men dressed as women read books to children, usually with explicit transgender titles such as "My Princess Boy" and "Jacob's New Dress."

The program's goal is no secret.  According to the Drag Queen Story Hour web site, having transvestites read to young children is designed to "capture the imagination and play of gender fluidity in childhood."

Judy Zuckerman, who works at the Brooklyn Public Library, said the event "encourages children to look beyond gender stereotypes and embrace unfettered exploration of self."

Dylan Pontiff, a drag queen engaged in hosting a story hour at the Lafayette Public Library in Louisiana, confessed what the program's motive really is. At a public hearing, he declared: "This is going to be the grooming of the next generation. We are trying to groom the next generation." (See the video)

As a result, children are being corrupted.  The Guardian reported how one boy asked an indecent drag performer -- a man wearing a dress: "Are you a boy or a girl?"  The misleading response was: "Well, I guess I was born a boy, but I like to dress like a girl."

After a similar event took place at a Brooklyn Elementary School, one first-grade teacher, Alexis Hernandez, rejoiced that her students "were preaching the incredible lessons they had learned, like... 'There's no such thing as boy things and girl things.'"

But concerned parents and citizens of Evansville, Indiana, are fighting back.  When the local library held a board meeting to discuss the event, the turnout was so large that a bigger conference room had to be opened.  Most attendees spoke against the "Drag Queen Story Hour," including a city councilman who sponsored a petition to cancel the story hour.

These pro-transgender events, which are now in forty states and spreading to other countries, expose young children to indecency, impurity, and unnatural vice and destroy the innocence of childhood.  In today's society, it is distressing to see how immoral behavior is not only applauded, but also forced on the youngest and most vulnerable.

Which prompts those who love the truth to recall Our Lords clear warning:  "He that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea" (Matt. 18:6).

What You Can Do to CANCEL "Drag Queen Story Hour" that Attacks Children