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IL Public Library Allows Children as Young as 9 to Attend “Frozen 2” Drag Queen Event Unsupervised

by | Dec 30, 2019 | LGBTQ Issues, News, Social-Issues

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Reformation Charlotte has been covering much of the Drag Queen Story Hour saga plaguing the country. The movement is a nationwide program — and even worldwide to some extent — that is designed to indoctrinate and groom children into a sexually explicit lifestyle and mold them into gay-affirming transgender-accepting sheep.

While it is disgusting that society has turned to such depravity as a form of “entertainment” and even “education,” it’s absolutely shocking that any parent who actually cares for their child would subject them to such perversion. This is beyond neglect, it’s child abuse.

Now, the Glencoe Public Library in Illinois is putting out a “drag queen” event to “celebrate the release of Frozen 2 with a cross-dresser named “Ms. Muffy” by being perverted and stuff.

Risque adult entertainment — being funded by taxpayers in public locations and being passed off as “children” and “family” entertainment — is quickly becoming the norm. This man who calls himself “Ms. Muffy” when interacting with vulnerable, impressionable young children has a history of partaking in extremely lurid and homoerotic adult entertainment and brags about the availability of obscene materials available on Twitter.

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To make matters worse, he also attacks innocent young children with Down Syndrome.


That we’ve come to this as a society is sad. That we now have to protect our children from public life to shield them from sexual exploitation by our governments is far worse.

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