Board Ignores Parental Pleas Against Drag Queen Access to Kids

The drag queen movement is not at all pretty or positive to many who see it as ugly and even insulting of women, to be depicted certain ways by sexually aggressive men regardless of their intentions, but Indiana school and library leaders turn a blind eye to such concerns in front of an event slated for Saturday. (Huff Magazine photo)

Courier & Press – The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Board of Trustees Monday rejected calls to remove its appointees to the public library board before a Feb. 23 library program that involves drag queens reading books to young children.

Opponents of Drag Queen Story Hour urged the school board to replace its three appointees, saying the action is needed to stop the event and protect children from a show of immorality.

Others at Monday’s school board meeting noted the program is voluntary, and they praised its mission to promote inclusion and acceptance.

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