VIDEO: Drag Queen Gives Story Hour At Library To Toddlers With Transgender Books

Lord have mercy! The left wing activists are pushing for young children to interact with a drag queen in publicly funded libraries. Not only that, but parents are actually bringing their young toddler age children to see this man dressed as a woman. Seriously, are they trying to confuse these kids?

A gaggle of toddlers gather on the floor of a room in New York’s Brooklyn Public Library in Park Slope for their 10 a.m. story time — and the reader on this day is Lil Miss Hot Mess.

Yes, it’s Drag Queen Story Hour. And if you haven’t guessed by now, Lil Miss Hot Mess is indeed a drag queen.

He pulls out a kids’ book titled “Worm Loves Worm.”  The book’s description reveals that “when a worm meets a special worm and they fall in love, you know what happens next: They get married! But their friends want to know—who will wear the dress? And who will wear the tux?”

The answer? “It doesn’t matter,” the description reads. “Because Worm loves worm.”

Lil Miss Hot Mess at one point says, “We can both be grooms!”

He also reads from another book, explaining a conflict in which the girl character wants to “dress kinda cool” — i.e., like a “tomboy” — but a friend wants her to “dress kinda normal.”

At one point, Lil Miss Hot Mess asks the fascinated toddlers, “Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up?”

Honestly is this something that a toddler is even thinking about, becoming a drag queen? Isn’t playing with their toys and their friends more of a concern for them.

The library started the readings last year and is looking to expand it to other locations, the outlet said.

“Drag queens and children don’t usually get together, which I think is a shame and one of the benefits of a program like this,” Lil Miss Hot Mess told the AP.

The narrator ends the video saying, “Engaging young minds through sights and sounds.”

Furthermore, is that drag queen giving those innocent children and their parents some facts like in 2015, that 37 percent of trans-gendered individuals attempted suicide. And 31 percent are experiencing serious psychological distress. According to the National Center for Transgender Equality. Doubt it.

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