Even though almost any child loves to read from a world of books when at the library, parents are bringing their small children to public libraries in New York to hear drag queens read the latest children’s books on worldly sexuality to their kids.
Here is what young children and their parents are hearing at a local library in Brooklyn, New York, courtesy of a drag queen literature presenter known as “Little Miss Hot Mess.”
“The hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish; swish, swish, swish; swish, swish, swish,” the gender-confused man recently sang to children during “Drag Queen Story Hour.” “The hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish…”
After setting aside his singing voice, the drag queen goes into storyteller mode.
“Who is ready for a story?” he asked children gathered around at the library. “This one is called Worm Loves Worm: We Can Both Be Grooms.
After the reading, it is apparent that the kids seem to enjoy it – and so do the parents.
One progressive parent in attendance had nothing but kudos for the drag queen after he influenced the children with his pro-LGBT presentation.
“It was great – so much energy!” the New Yorker exclaimed before asking if the feeling was mutual. “Did you like it? Yeah. Yeah?”
Another parent was all for bring children up with alternative lifestyle influences – despite the proven detrimental effects.
“That’s what I’m looking for in all of our outings, [which] is to present different ways of being in the world and make that fun and available to my kid,” the far-Left parent shared.
Family psychologist John Rosemond, author of Grandma Was Right After All: Practical Parenting Wisdom from the Good Old Days, divulged that there is more to the story hour than meets the eye.
“What’s going on here is indoctrination … what’s going on here is propaganda … what’s going on here is the deliberate attempt by elements of the progressive, secular Left in America to capture the minds of children at a very early age — and turn them into progressives,” Rosemond argued.
Dr. Michelle Cretella of the American College of Pediatricians maintains that a couple of library play-dates is not going to turn any of these little ones into drag queens, but she warns that the steady diet of secular parenting in the guise of raising loving and compassionate children can be very harmful.
“There is nothing loving or compassionate about lying to a child – about a psychological condition that is life threatening,” Cretella stressed.
One national study found that 40 percent of transgender adults reported having made at least one suicide attempt.
Copyright American Family News. Reprinted with permission.