Gay activists are after your children. Already they use TV, videos, and school sex education classes to expose children to their propaganda. Now over the past few years they have a new coordinated effort with the introduction of “Drag Queen Story Hours” in some public libraries across our nation.

Children as young as five and below are taken by schools or their parents to public libraries to hear stories read to them. Good stories. Stories that liven their imaginations. Stories that stimulate their desire to read. The library is supposed to be safe. Right? Not so any more. In some places ‘drag queens’ read stories that tell kids it’s OK to ‘switch’ their God-given gender . They make a big deal about reading ‘banned books’ to the children! And some of these ‘drag queens’ also maintain an ‘adult’ side to their activities outside of story hours!

Go to the Drag Queen Story Hour ( web site and get the gist of what the LBGTQ community says is their purpose for hosting story hours and numerous sites across our nation:

DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. 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. (from here)

Sounds like equality for all, doesn’t it? Inclusion! Drag queens want their young audiences to accept the gay lifestyle as glamorous and positive, fun and normal. That’s called indoctrination, brain-washing—exploiting developing brains to form pathways of thinking and behaving contrary to God’s teaching and normalcy.

Just think of it: tax-payers foot the bill for such nonsense to be propagated in the public library! The American Library Association supports promotion of DQSHs in libraries, and, unfortunately, a growing number of parents, community leaders and even some churches in certain areas of the US are in the cheering section, too! A check with Chinn Library in Woodbridge found that “Drag Queen Story Hours” are not on the agenda…yet. But they could be if we are not vigilant!

What can you do to voice your opposition to the DQSH movement?

  • Send a message to the American Library Association, urging them to stop their active support of Drag Queen Story Hours.
  • Talk (respectfully) to your local library officials and urge them to resist the push to bring these events to your community. Remind them that drag queens are strongly associated with adult entertainment and are not appropriate for children.
  • Please share this message widely so that libraries and policy makers hear the message loud and strong!

Speaking of libraries, did you know that in most states, you, as a parent, would be denied access to library information about your children, including the names of books that are overdue and accumulating fines? In the Prince William county library system, parents may have access to their children’s records until they are 18 years old. That’s good, healthy news!

As well, in many states, laws protect kids 9 years old and up so their parents can’t see what they viewed on the library computers or materials they checked out. Our local library computers do not have a way to look retroactively at what children did on-line. The parent(s) need to be with their child at the computer to know that information. Fortunately, there are no parental restrictions in Prince William County libraries! Let’s keep it that way!

Closer to the November elections, voter guides will be posted on this web site so you can see where candidates running for election stand on issues vital to family survival and morality. Photograph the guides of the candidates who will be on your district ballot. At the polling place on November 5, refer to your phone to guide your votes for the conservative candidates who reflect your values! Rally your friends to vote, too! Protect your children. Protect your rights as a parent and tax payer! Vote for candidates who have families at heart. VOTE!

For more information, please read What Really Happens at Drag Queen Story Hours (

— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance

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  1. Tom
    Sad. One more reason for school vouchers, in my opinion.
    Regards and goodwill blogging.

  2. Tom,

    Once a decision is made by a school board or any other board, people “ will fall in line” is usually what most boards members perceive when they make decision, in my opinion…

    Problem is a public library differs from a school where building entrances are hopefully more restrictive.

    Lot of people with mental problems wandering around in public places is what I see whenever I go to Chicago downtown public buildings and streets.

    What measures did your library board discuss to provide safety for children when they enter a closed-door bathroom?

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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