This is an excellent article about drag queen story time in public libraries from a local newspaper in my area. In the event you can't get to the article I will copy and paste it without pictures or video of course.
Read more at: [bnd.com]
I don't find anything about Drag queens entertaining. I'm not the artsy type by and large. I care that everyone is freely allowed to express themselves in whatever way they see fit so long as that doesn't include violence towards others. Being that my daughter is gay I have more interest in LGBTQ issues than I otherwise would. I simply wish for people to do them and I'll do me and everyone respect one another as well as the law respect everyone equally. With that said I'll fight for the rights of drag queens just like I would anyone else's rights. After all, we're all in this together.
Tune into RuPaul's Drag Race TV competition, now in it's 21st season, for fun, glamor, drama, heart-wrenching stories of both acceptance & rejection by the competing Queens, and a grand prize of, among other things, $100,000.00.
Just Folks in Fabulous outfits, dancing, singing, and acting!
Unless they're narrow-minded, bigoted idiots......why would anyone object to drag queens? I love them! There's a good humored artistry in that genre which has always appealed to me. Drag queens have been around for thousands of years and my guess is that children, who are often exposed to fantasy in the media, will relate immediately! (Well, unless they're exposed to hate-filled ''xtians' who have no idea what they're doing!)