‘Frozen’ Themed Drag Queen Story Time Planned for Upstate New York Library


A Drag Queen storytime event in an upstate New York suburb is taking an especially disturbing angle to appeal to clueless young children: using one of the most popular children’s movies of all time to desensitizing them to the confusing sight of a man dressed as a woman.

In an announcement earlier this week, Amanda Farley of the Steele Memorial Library shared that the children of Elmira, New York would have the dubious pleasure of attending a Drag Queen storytime  inspired by Disney’s smash hit, Frozen, the sequel to which is in theatres now

The film, whose plot could easily be interpreted by LGBT advocates as an anthem of being true to oneself even if the “real you” is strange or abnormal, has inspired millions of little girls to soak up all things Anna and Elsa since its release in 2013.

Now, using tactics that are not unlike perverted YouTubers who used these popular kids characters to expose children to sick, pornographic acts, the Frozen characters will be appropriated to teach children the doctrines of sexual fluidity.

“Drag Queen Story Time is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and bookstores,” reads Farley’s announcement for the event, slated for November 14 at 6 pm. 

As we’ve reported time and time again, a Drag Queen storytime event  is a lot more than “what it sounds like.” The pile of incidents at these events in which children are flashed by drag queens, allowed to lay on top of them, or exposed to registered sex offenders whom the libraries failed to background-check just keeps growing—and that’s setting aside the deeply disturbing and psychologically abusive nature of the events themselves.

“Drag story time captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models,” Farley continues. “In spaces like this, kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real.”

If by “glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer” Farley means scantily clad male strippers and prostitutes, as other storytime events have featured, she might need to redefine her terms.

There is nothing glamorous or positive about being “unabashedly queer.” This is sick, dangerous, and, as an aside, incredibly insulting to actual women to be caricatured by these misogynists.

It’s time to get to work, saints.

This event is in one week. Call the Steele Memorial Library today and calmly demand that they strike this inappropriate event from their schedule.

Feel free to use this script if this is your first time standing up against the LGBT agenda invading our tax-supported libraries, and don’t forget to sign our petition to keep the pressure on the American Library Association to put a stop to these events!


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