Drag Queen Storytime At Toronto Public Library Tries To ‘Indoctrinate Kids’: LifeSiteNews

Esprit

Jedi
FOTCM Member
It feels so off to me. Very viscious way to influence kids at early age. I can't understand how something like this gets implemented in our society the only explanation I have is someone on upper levels of governement has an agenda. And/or some brainwashed people are just going nuts.

The Toronto Public Library's drag queen storytime is angering Christians on the influential pro-life website LifeSiteNews.

The program brings drag queens to libraries across Toronto to read to children, and foster acceptance and diversity. Afterwards, the kids and queens dance and sing together, according to the Globe and Mail.
LifeSiteNews blogger and communications director for the pro-life Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform Jonathon Van Maren isn't happy about that.

"Drag queens at public libraries: the new strategy to indoctrinate kids and sideline Christians," reads the title of a blog by Van Maren.

Similar programs in many cities

Van Maren also calls out similar programs in other Canadian and American cities, declaring that libraries are no longer safe.

"LGBT activists are determined to teach their ideology to children, and have focused their efforts on infiltrating the public school system, influencing the sex education curriculum, and ensuring that the concepts such as gender fluidity are taught from the earliest possible age."

He wraps up with: "Drag queens and children's stories about transgenderism are in—and so, again, at yet another venue—Christian parents must be out."

His viewpoint is not isolated.

"They are trying to break down children's natural (God given) repulsion of unnatural acts. This is the very definition of grooming," one person commented.
I am consistently in awe of how respectful, thoughtful and interested these kids are in learning about gender expression, and acceptance.Dani Stover
This type of backlash is fairly common for organizers of such storytime programs to hear.

"Unfortunately, this type of reaction doesn't surprise me, however, it is completely overshadowed by the amount of love, and respect that these programs receive, not only in Toronto, but all over the world," EastToronto Drag Queen Storytime co-founder Dani Stover told BlogTO.

"I am consistently in awe of how respectful, thoughtful and interested these kids are in learning about gender expression, and acceptance."
Christian Website Accuses Toronto Drag Queen Storytime Of Trying To ‘Indoctrinate Kids’

From another publication, pro dragqueen this time:
Martin: “Drag queens show that there’s no ‘right’ way to be, and that we can all be ourselves. That’s what all the books are about too.”

Sandeep: “It’s important to show my kids that no one is the same, that everyone is different, that we’re all diverse and no one is better than anyone else. As long as we have good hearts and good intentions, we should accept everyone in Toronto.

Sonam comes from diverse backgrounds, and she can experience other people’s backgrounds, too. It’s about not creating a sheltered, homogenous enclave.”

Ian: “This event teaches kids that they should treat everyone equally. At a young age, it’s important to instill values into him. Mostly what he’s taking away from this is that it was a fun time.”

Sage: “Drag queens show who they really are, and not everyone does that. And we love the makeup, too.”
That’s what all the books are about too.
Hoo! That's what books are all about ? Who knew ??!! I guess we don't read the same books.
No one is better than anyone else
A participation trophy for being brainwashed might be a good idea to implement.
As long as we have good hearts and good intentions, we should accept everyone in Toronto
A crack smoking mayor,the Bolcheviks and Nazis can all go hand in hand !



Inside Drag Queen Storytime, the Toronto library's fiercest kids' reading series
 

JEEP

The Living Force
So this crazy library drag show agenda is in Canada, too! Has it hit Europe yet? I've posted previous related posts in the Pizzagate Explodes thread as well as the Transgender "out of the blue" - a new kind of Gender Dysphoria thread. One of these DQ Storytimes was scheduled at a library in a neighboring county, but was cancelled because the Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives voiced opposition and he has major influence regarding the state's purse strings and thus, the funding for libraries. Money does talk!

It is shocking how many parents have gotten on board with this whole 'treat everyone equally' no matter how obviously deviant the persona being presented. I've read that the DQs are well aware of the role they're playing in these close encounters with small children and it is not wholesome. A Storytime DQ in Texas was a registered sex offender! And these DQs are showing up very inappropriately 'dressed' - if only they would wear one! Plus, the makeup is over-the-top and often, clown like. Why parents wish to indoctrinate their children to interact with these oddballs in the same way kids want to hug and be enamored by Disney dressed characters and the like is hard to comprehend. Because, really, nothing untoward about this:


:umm:

I just noticed the bubblewrap taped to the floor. Apparently it was preplanned that there would be an on-the-floor horseplay encounter with the lovely rainbow princess! Where's that vomit icon when you need it?!
 

Voyageur

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
It is shocking how many parents have gotten on board with this whole 'treat everyone equally' no matter how obviously deviant the persona being presented.
It seems in every quarter, the line of force is to draw like a magnet children into the deviant - news, judges (there was a SoTT article on giving a Trans a pass for dowloading child porn as if it was no big deal), schools, teachers and higer education academics, magazines, laws and law makers; all of it and much more have merged together to normalize the target, kids. The fact that many parents can't see this and open-arm welcome it, is a view into a dark abyss. :cry:
 

JEEP

The Living Force
Here's a good one - a boy at another DQ Storytime event in Vancouver, WA, says he wants to be Spiderman when he grows up and yet, he is dressed in a pink ballerina/princess type costume. In fact, he looks a lot like James/Luna of Texas fame in almost the same outfit:



See boy in question at 0:06 in video:
"The video description indicates the child in question is a 3-year-old boy, but no secondary sources corroborate that assertion. It isn't clear why the drag queen added the "princess" encouragement to the child."

Based on his costume, I think it's perfectly obviously why the 'princess' was added to Spiderman by the DQ. One has to wonder whose idea was it to don the pink girly outfit - the boy's or his parent(s)? Wonder if his mom is telling him he's really a girl and if he still has a boy's name? Not at all surprising he's been taken to this showcase of 'self-expression/self-acceptance'. Be nice if people would accept boys as boys!
 

JEEP

The Living Force
Proud that the citizens of my home state are coming down on the right side of this phenomenon!
West Virginia Stages Revolt Against Drag Queen Story Hour, Forces Cancellation in Public Library

A West Virginia public library has cancelled their showing of drag queen story hour following a massive grassroots push back against the perverse engagement.

The Morgantown Public Library System issued a Facebook post announcing that the event would be cancelled, alleging that violent threats were the reasoning behind the decision.

“The Morgantown Public Library System (MPLS) regrets to announce that, due to multiple threats of violence against the volunteer readers, Drag Queen Story Time scheduled for November 16 is cancelled,” they wrote.

“MPLS remains committed to fostering a love of reading for all ages and interests and to serving a diverse community. The Library will replace the cancelled event with a story time conducted by Library Staff. Families who planned to attend the 10 AM, November 16th story time will still be able to enjoy a family-friendly event that celebrates our love of books,” they added.
[...]
Considering the history of drag queen story hour events, West Virginia residents may be correct to be concerned about it coming to their communities. Two sexual predators have already been found administrating drag queen story hour events to children in just one city:
After revealing that Houston public libraries allowed a sex offender to groom children at controversial ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ programs, the Houston MassResistance whistle-blower group has found that another pedophile has been given intimate access to young children at these perverted events.
[...]
Perhaps the people of West Virginia have the right idea about this program, and more vigilant push-back will spread to other states against this glorified grooming operation.

[Read more of the sordid details regarding DQSH:]
Pitiful that it takes threats of violence to stop this perversion indoctrination of children by homosexual/pedophile men parading around as women claiming what they do is legitimate 'art' as well as 'inclusiveness'! 🤮
 
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