The Origin of ‘Drag Queen Story Hour:’ Read Stories of Gender Identity and Same-Sex Relationships to Children Three to Eight Years Old

Drag Queen Story Hours started out as niche events on the West Coast, but these events — aimed at children as young as age 3 — have spread to libraries and schools across the United States, dividing local communities.

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Drag Queen Kyle Gale, AKA ‘Selena T. West,’ Calls for Protests at Fair

  LGBT activist Kyle Gale, who appears on stage as “Selena T. West” (pictured above), has previously targeted women who do not approve of him teaching and reading to their children while dressed in full costume. Now, he’s calling for a protest of State Senate candidate Melissa Ackison at the…

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We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: ‘Drag Queen Readings’ No Longer in Far Off Places, Now in Tennessee

Steve Gill

In the audio below, conservative political commentator and Tennessee Star Political Editor Steve Gill of The Gill Report, broadcast live on WETR 92.3 FM in Knoxville discussed his concern regarding the new trend to expose our young children with ‘drag queen readings’ and how it has slithered it’s way into…

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Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library Site of Drag Queen Reading Event Sunday Afternoon

Drag Queen Reading Hour

As The Tennessee Star reported earlier this week, K-12 public schools around the country are hosting reading events featuring drag queens to promote “gender ideology.”  Maurice Sendak Community School, a public school located in Brooklyn, New York, hosted a drag queen “reader” and first grade teacher Alexis Hernandez marveled at…

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