Public Libraries Hosting ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ for Children

“Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up?” That’s the question a man dressed as a woman recently asked children attending “Drag Queen Story Hour” (DQSH) at a public library in New York.  Since last fall, the Brooklyn Public Library in Park Slope has been offering the storytime for children, bringing in various drag queens to read children’s

books about homosexuality, gender identity and “non-conformity,” and “general youth discomfort.  It’s one of several cities across the country—including San Francisco and Los Angeles—who have signed on to the program, created by Michelle Tea of Radar Productions.  “DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models,” the website for the effort reads. FULL REPORT

4 Comments on "Public Libraries Hosting ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ for Children"

  1. And parents are really exposing their kids to this!?!?!?!? Seriously!!!! Oh my gosh.. Shame on these parents!

  2. That is one butt ugly picture! My God!

  3. Really? Kids? Teaching them the imagination and giving them queen roll models!
    As Jen said “seriously?”

  4. Anonymous | May 21, 2017 at 2:17 pm |

    Hey kids! Who wants their picture taken with the clown? The only thing missing is the big, red nose. And they would easily get one of those if they were to ever come near my kids.

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