OUTRAGE! Taxpayer-Funded Boston Public Library Hosts ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ For Kids
Whether they knew it or not, taxpayers of the city of Boston shelled out for its public library to host a drag queen event for children.
Parents were NOT happy about it!
— BostonPublicLibrary (@BPLBoston) June 29, 2017
The Boston Public Library is coming under fire after hosting a “Drag Queen Story Time” event for young children.
On June 29, the library brought in the “The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” – a group of drag queens who dress as Catholic Nuns – for a “storytime” with young children.
The Boston Public Library facebook page put up a photo of the event.
Two days before the event on June 27, a picture was posted by the “Children’s Library, Boston Public Library” Facebook page.
The photo’s caption says “Let’s end Pride Month with a drag… drag queen storytime, that is! Join us on Thursday, June 29th at 3:30 for another visit from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.”
Robert P. George, a Princeton University professor and director of the James Madison Program in American Ideas and Institutions says it is dangerous using the state to promote ideas that defy normal ideas about gender.
Americans no longer can rely on the state providing wholesome education, underpinning more than ever, the importance of the family to impart values to future generations.