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Tell Me Now There Is No Connection Between Drag Queen Story Hour And Child Sex Trafficking

(updated 10-18-19)

One "Drag Queen Story Hour" Sex Performer in the Phoenix area likes to begin each "reading" to children with the question "Who wants to be a Drag Queen?". He might as well ask "who wants to be a Vamp?" or "Who wants to be a prostitute?" or "who would like to be molested first?" If this isn't illegal, it should be.

All one need to do is a quick search of the internet, like i just did, to reveal the true nature of "Drag Queen Story Hour". It seems that it exists, at least in part, to lure children into sex with adults and even perhaps into the sex trade or even perhaps into sex slavery. What is clear here is that the so called "LGBTQ, etc. community openly supports and promotes adults having sex with children.

Here are just a few articles relating to the subject:


People always say what’s done in the dark always comes to the light.  That was proven true in Atlanta earlier this week.  Meet Christopher Lynch, or for those from Atlanta you may remember him better as “Pasha Nicole”.

Lynch was seen helping investigators help solve a disturbing crime recently in which one of his roommates was charged with human trafficking.  Sounds like a good Samaritan right?  Well, upon seeing him on TV, a minor victim identified Lynch to authorities as one of his captors.  Talking about throwing someone under the bus!

Lynch’s roommate, Steven Donald Lemery, 35, was the story of the moment earlier this month when he was arrested and charged with five counts of aggravated child molestation, two counts of human trafficking, child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes and pandering by compulsion.

Lemery, is a male stripper who danced under the name “Steven Lang” at B.J. Rooster’s on Cheshire Bridge Road. He was targeted by investigators in January after another young victim from Alabama alerted authorities.
Lynch’s big mouth got him arrested and charged with;

  • human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude
  • two counts of sexual exploitation of a child
  • pandering by compulsion
  • possession of drug related objects


Atlanta drag personality, male stripper charged with human trafficking

Christopher Thomas Lynch, better known to local gay audiences as Pasha Nicole, is charged with human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude, two counts of sexual exploitation of a child, pandering by compulsion and possession of drug related objects, Chief Deputy Sheriff Stan Copeland told the AJC.

His roommate, Steven Donald Lemery, 35, is charged with five counts of aggravated child molestation, two counts of human trafficking, child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes and pandering by compulsion. Lemery, who danced under the name Steven Lang at B.J. Rooster's on Cheshire Bridge Road, was targeted by investigators in January after a victim from Alabama alerted authorities, Copeland said.


CHILD ABUSE: Kids Lay On Man Dressed As Woman At ‘Drag Queen Story Time’

Libraries across the country are admittedly grooming young children to accept transgenderism and other elements of the “alt sex” agenda through a series of indoctrination events featured during “Drag Queen Story Hour.

In Portland, Oregon, Drag Queen Story Time is escalating beyond drag queens reading pro-transgender books to children.

Children are now being asked to frolic on the floor and lie on top of a man dressed as a women.

The Multnomah County Library system has also repeatedly hosted the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” a group of men dressed as nuns with the intended goal of deriding the Catholic church.  A PDXPipeline schedule of events for Multnomah County’s library system verifies the anti-Catholic, transgender group, which calls itself “queer nuns” was featured at Drag Queen story time numerous times.

**WARNING: article contains images of child abuse**


A second Houston library drag queen was a child molester and reporters refuse to cover it?

I keep thinking that the controversy involving drag queens reading stories to young children at public libraries will die down. I’ve already written two posts about the national debate and a flare-up in Houston when it was discovered that one of the “queens” was a sex offender.

But more stuff keeps on popping up.

About six weeks after the first sex offender was revealed –- the program was cancelled with promises that this was a mistake that would never be repeated again -– the activist group Mass Resistance has discovered a second sex offender among the Houston “queens.”

LifeSite News ran a story by Mass Resistance about this and although we don’t typically cover activist news media, I’m making an exception here because journalists in the mainstream Texas media have been so derelict on this story. The LifeSite report also includes sources and references to public documents that other journalists could have used as hooks to begin research.


Drag Kids’ Attract Pedophiles, Which Is No Surprise

Note to parents of young boys who’ve gained fame performing sexualized routines: You’re putting your child at risk.

Wendy Napoles is getting a rude awakening. Napoles, mother to the celebrated eleven-year-old drag queen known as “Desmond Is Amazing,” recently discovered that a convicted pedophile is lusting after her son. In the great grand genre of unsurprising news developments, this may be among the least surprising: It turns out that publicly sexualizing a young boy, parading him around in gaudy and flamboyant outfits as part of a deeply and perversely erotic subculture, will catch the attention of perverts. Stop the presses.


Lawmaker wants to put an end to child drag performers by imprisonin...

Republican state Rep. Tim Schaffer has introduced a bill that would outlaw performances by “a child under eighteen years of age or a mentally or physically handicapped child under twenty-one years of age.”

If passed, violators of the statute would face up to six months in prison and a $1000 fine.

Schaffer introduced the bill after learning about the performance by a 9-year-old drag queen. Jacob Measley set off a firestorm of controversy after he performed a drag routine as “Miss Mae Hem” at a Toledo Pride event.

Schaffer slammed Measely’s parents as “a very bad example of parenting,” and likened it to sex slavery.

“Given our heightened focus on human trafficking and the role money plays in trafficking children, I knew I had to take action to make sure this activity does not occur again,” Schaffer said of the bill. “We can do better to protect innocent children and we must do better.”


The Rise of ‘Drag Kids’—and the Death of Gay Culture

Last month, the CBC—Canada’s public television network—ran a lavishly publicized documentary about “four kid drag queens as they prepare to slay on Montreal stage.” This was marketed as child-friendly content. Indeed, the CBC promoted the documentary, titled Drag Kids, on its “CBC Kids News” channel as a fun look at children who “sashay their way into the spotlight.”

For me, as a gay man, watching the documentary was traumatic. The interviewed parents defend themselves against accusations they are abusing their children by encouraging them to dress up in drag. But to do so, the parents must purport to separate drag from sex and sexuality, which is simply ahistorical. They define drag as “a way of expression,” and assure everyone that “there’s nothing sexual to it” (a premise that the CBC clearly embedded in the marketing around the documentary). The kids themselves are very much on message. One remarks, “I was called gay-boy, but I did nothing but dress up.”


There are more articles like this but you get the idea

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