A public elementary school in the infamously liberal Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope is reportedly set to host a Drag Queen Story Hour during class—and it isn’t their first time.
According to a tweet from New York Post op-ed editor Sohrab Ahmari, a first grade class at Maurice Sendak Community School will host the perverted event on February 24. Ahmari posted a screenshot of a note to parents announcing the event.
“In an effort to continue to strengthen and enhance inclusiveness and diversity in our schools, the first grade will be taking part in ‘Drag Queen Story Hour!’ This program is run by the Brooklyn Public Library and has been a hit at the library and other local public schools,” the note says. “We had Drag Queen Story Hour the past few years at PS118 and the 1st graders LOVED IT!”
The teacher explained that the event is “is run by a drag queen who will visit our school on Monday, February 24th.”
“She will read to the students, all while teaching into ideas of inclusiveness, gender fluidity and gender roles, family structures, acceptance, empathy, and individuality,” the note continues. “We are so excited to bring this to our classrooms. I know the children will learn a lot and enjoy it as much as they did last year. Please let me know if you have any questions.”
Ahmari wrote on Twitter, “Remember when I predicted that Drag Queen Story Hour wouldn’t stay confined to public libraries. Well, here it is: It’s coming to Primary School 118 in Brooklyn — to teach *first-graders* about “gender fluidity.”
Remember when I predicted that Drag Queen Story Hour wouldn’t stay confined to public libraries. Well, here it is: It’s coming to Primary School 118 in Brooklyn — to teach *first-graders* about “gender fluidity.” pic.twitter.com/Zc5rqQSHac
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) January 28, 2020
The teacher also notified parents that they’d be expected to pay $6 for their child to be psychologically damaged and groomed by the drag queen.
According to an informational brochure from Drag Queen Story Hour, this isn’t their first encounter with the Maurice Sendak Community School.
“What an amazing way to teach individuality, empathy, and acceptance!” reads a testimonial in the brochure from Alexis Hernandez, a first grade teacher at the school. “Drag Queen Story Hour gave my first graders a fun and interactive platform to talk and think about social and emotional issues like acceptance, being yourself, and loving who you are.”
“Through books, songs, arts and crafts, and movement activities, they explored these issues and had an amazing time doing it!” Hernandez continued. “During our debrief after DQSH, they were preaching the incredible lessons they had learned, like ‘It’s OK to be different,’ and ‘There’s no such thing as ‘boy’ things or ‘girl’ things.’ I was proud to be able to have DQSH at my school and will definitely be planning another story hour for next year!”
The testimonial and the brochure are not dated, but one can’t help but wonder if this is the same teacher simply following through on her promise to expose this year’s batch of first graders to this sexual perversion under the guise of “inclusivity.”
The brochure also states that DQSH events are free of charge for public schools, compared to $300-500 for libraries, private and charter schools, and private businesses. This, coupled with the fact that the organization actively offers lesson plans and workbooks geared toward liberal teachers who are so open-minded their brains have fallen out, and it leaves one wholly unsurprised that this event is spreading into public schools.
Park Slope may be a notoriously liberal neighborhood and the Maurice Sendak Community School (named for the acclaimed homosexual children’s author) may be a likely venue for such a wicked event, but this is no less upsetting.
Be active in your local schools and libraries, and watch for this immoral pollution as it spreads.
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