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NYC taxpayers paying for ‘Drag Story Hour’ for drag queen to interact with children

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New York City taxpayers are giving roughly $200,000 annually to the nonprofit Drag Story Hour (DSH) which puts on shows for children of all ages, as young as three years old. National Review reports that that the New York City chapter receives the annual funds “appropriated by the New York City council and the New Yok Public Library.”

DSH holds events in over a whopping 200 locations across New York City alone, including many public schools and libraries. “The lessons feature men and women dressed as the opposite gender reading books, making crafts, and singing songs.”

Democratic lawmakers claim DSH NYC is an opportunity for children as young as three years old to engage with the “play of gender fluidity in childhood” and to learn about “love” in a “safe space.”

New York City mayor Eric Adams said of the organization, “Drag storytellers, and the libraries and schools that support them, are advancing a love of diversity, personal expression, and literacy that is core to what our city embraces.”

Democratic New York representative Carolyn B. Maloney promoted DSH as an example of “well-rounded education” on Twitter. “Across the country, books are being banned, which are depriving our nation’s youth,” Maloney wrote. “But thanks to @NYPL and programs like Drag Queen story hour, NYC’s next generation are getting a well rounded education about LGBTQ+ issues and gender identity.”

One of the nonprofit’s biggest performers is of Oliver Herface, who also goes by Angel Izaguirre. Herface’s social-media accounts “are replete with nudity and other sexually explicit content” writes National Review. “A quick Google search, however, reveals that his public social-media accounts predominantly feature him striking sexual poses while performing in a thong with his breasts exposed.”

Naturally, the bio for Herface on the DSH website is nothing but subdued and sweet, calling him a “drag king” and a former “day care teacher” who has a “passion for working with children and education about what it means to be queer and trans.”

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American Girl publishes ‘guide’ for girls aged 3-12 on how to transition gender

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Parents are furious over a popular doll brand is offering advice to girls as young as three on how to transition their gender. Though a published magazine, American Girl not only advocated for medicines available to “delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender” but supported the notion of making such decisions without parental consent.

“If you don’t have an adult you trust, there are organizations across the country that can help you” the magazine, titled “A Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image” writes. It offers readers to “turn to the Resources on page 95 for more information.”

The publication then details what discussions with a doctor could entail: “If you have’t gone through puberty yet, the doctor might offer medicine to delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender identity.”

“If you’ve already gone through puberty, a doctor can still help” it continues. “Studies show that transgender and nonbinary kids who get help from doctors have much better mental health than those who don’t.”

Normalizing body dysmorphia, the book reads “Parts of your body might make you feel uncomfortable, and you might wan to change the way you look. That’s totally OK!”

The Daily Mail notes “earlier this year, its parent company Mattel, recently put a transgender Barbie doll on the market. Before that, American Girl, which sells more than 30 million dolls a year, shilled an Asian doll when anti-Asian hate crimes were skyrocketing across the US.”

 

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