After sustaining a barrage of public backlash, the Multnomah County Library system in Portland, Oregon, has decided to remove a series of shocking photos from its website depicting young children hanging all over, as well as grabbing the fake breasts of, an LGBTQP drag queen during a recent Drag Queen Story Hour event.
The photos in question were archived by Life Site News before St. John’s Library, where the event took place, had the chance to scrub them. As you’ll see if you decide to look at them, children at the event “buried themselves” into the bosom of drag queen “Carla Rossi,” whose real name is Anthony Hudson, as well as fondled his “boobs.”
“Activist Mommy” Elizabeth Johnston, who was previously banned from Twitter for criticizing an anal sex guide for children that was published in Teen Vogue, was among the first to notice the photos taken at St. John’s Library, which prompted her to sound the alarm about what’s actually taking place at the Drag Queen Story Hour charades.
“I wouldn’t let my kids crawl on top of random strangers no matter how said strangers are dressed,” Johnston wrote in a statement.
In addition to children grabbing Carla Rossi’s breasts, young boys and toddlers were also captured in photos wrapping themselves in feather boas and prancing around like effeminate drag “kids,” as their “parents” cheered them on as if it was all just innocent fun.
“The goal is to normalize abnormal, sexually deviant homosexual behavior by enticing children to first: question their sexuality,” says pro-family activist Georgia Kijesky. “The more children see men dressing up as women, the more normal it will become.”
In a statement responding to the public outrage, Multnomah County Library’s marketing and online engagement director Jeremy Graybill defended his employer’s decision to allow underage children to fondle the drag queen’s fake female body, insisting that the purpose is to “explore ideas of difference, diversity and inclusion through stories, music and costume.”
“The library serves a diverse population with a broad range of interests, preferences and needs,” Graybill went on to contend. “We strive to reflect our communities’ needs in selecting programs, books and other materials.”
According to Graybill, it’s completely normal for toddlers to lay on top of drag queens and grab their artificial body parts, because this type of activity supposedly provides “a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for all.”
One wonders if Graybill considers drag queen “Tatiana Mala-Nina,” whose real name is “Alberto Garza,” to also be “safe” and “inclusive,” seeing as how Garza was recently exposed by Houston Mass Resistance for sexually assaulting an eight-year-old boy back in 2008.
As it turns out, the Houston library system failed to perform a proper background check on Garza, as well as all the rest of the drag queens that appeared at its “safe” and “inclusive” Drag Queen Story Hour events.
According to the non-profit advocacy group Liberty Counsel, the American Library Association (ALA) is actually developing strategies for librarians to successfully usher in Drag Queen Story Hour events at their libraries, along with pro-LGBTQP materials without parental consent.
“Taxpayer-funded public libraries have no business promoting sexual perversion, gender confusion and pornography to children,” says Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver, warning that the ALA is now fully complicit in grooming children to interact with pedophiles disguised as drag queens.
“Parents do not want their children exposed to this kind of gutter trash. The American Library Association is now actively grooming innocent children for sexual abuse and causing irreversible harm to them.”
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