I'm not sure where or when the concept of story hour at the local library began, but it was long before the Obamas came on the scene. I believe it was during the BHO Administration, though, that they became more politicized and weaponized to support the new wave of the sexual revolution. The original concept was to give pre-schoolers an introduction to reading with a goal of helping them to love books and reading.
Is the horrific criminal backgrounds of these men dressed as women anything surprising?
I really appreciate Chris'closing thoughts below. One has to wonder who damaged these men so horribly that they are acting out in this way. Is there someone who can minister to them and offer them Christ as a solution to their damage and pain? Can we at least pray for them that the Lord would change their hearts as He has changed ours?
Miss Kitty Litter??? The underlying connotation of that name, being associated with a sodomite, is disgusting. Wasn't it Michelle OBama who pressed for these story hours? Maybe her goal was innocent enough, but who ever thought that morphing them into drag queen story hours was a great idea? Foolish people.
How many of these disturbed men have been outed as s*x offenders now? Many, and here's another:
"OneNewsNow reported in a March 31 story that â€śTatiana Mala-Nina,â€ť Albert Garza, was convicted of aggravated sexual assault on an 8-year-old in 2009. Weeks later, MassResistance uncovered the criminal history of William Travis Dees, who was convicted of sex crimes against children ages 4, 5, 6 and 8.
Dees, OneNewsNow pointed out, was allowed to greet children as they entered for â€śstory hourâ€ť in Houston."
While I find the whole deal, disturbing, and the drag queen scene, disgusting, I look at these men and feel a sadness for their delusion. I also wonder what happened to them as children, and how they, themselves were harmed. I'm guilty of not praying for them like I should, so, shame on me.
I'm often so busy railing on the darker things, that I forget those who commit these dark crimes, could be me, or any of us, save for God's unmerited grace, and need prayer.