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Oklahoma State U. Hosts Drag Queen Story Hour for Kids as Young as Two

Oklahoma State U. Hosts Drag Queen Story Hour for Kids as Young as Two

“part of Oklahoma State University’s Pride 2022 month”

What are we even doing here? How does this help anything?

FOX News reports:

Oklahoma State University hosts ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ for kids as young as 2-years-old

Oklahoma State University hosted a “Drag Queen Story Hour” for kids as young as 2-years-old earlier in April.

The event, “Drag Queen Story Hour,” which took place on April 9, was part of Oklahoma State University’s Pride 2022 month.

A description for the event stated that Ami Rhetto and Olivia Lycan, two drag performers, would read books that highlight inclusion and acceptance.

“The books featured will be Red A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall and Speak Up by Miranda Paul,” the description stated.

The activities during the “Drag Queen Story Hour” were geared towards children aged 2 to 8, but said “all ages are welcome to join in on the fun.”

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art and the Oklahoma State University OSU Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted the event.

As part of the university’s pride week, the Oklahoma State University Student Union Activities Board hosted “Condom Bingo” as well.

The event was first reported by Campus Reform.

Other institutions also announced plans to host drag events for kids.

The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle announced it will host a week-long summer camp titled “Drag-tastic Summer Camp: The Art of Drag,” slated to take place on August 8–12, as Fox News previously reported.

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How come they didn’t have all that fun stuff when I was little? If wanted to see drag I had to tie cans behind my tricycle.

Isn’t this an issue of compelled speech. It would be great if we could find an employee of the “Oklahoma State University Museum of Art’ who had a religious objection to drag queens. How can the state compel taxpayers to fund drag queen story hour at the museum? This is constitutionally different than the Supreme Court case law which found that mandatory student fees funding a variety of student clubs was permissible.

I believe there are certain areas of human nature that should be left to the family or to the religious institution of the family’s choice. The state should not dictate what parents teach their children about sex nor what belief system a religion teaches to its followers. The problem with a state museum teaching a particular viewpoint and opposition to competing viewpoints is that the Establishment Clause does not allow it. If a church sunday school does the same activity, I would not object.

Can you say grooming? Sure, I knew you could.

Fred Rogers is spinning in his grave right now.

This is old hat to the Multnomah County (Portland) library system. I guess that if you don’t want your kids molested these days that you need to send them to catholic school. Anything .gov sponsored is in the danger zone.

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