Minnesota-area drag queen exposes crotch to children

Put enough drag queens in enough public libraries with enough young children and ugliness is bound to happen. It has already been covered in a Christian Action Network special report.

Now a drag performer named “Sasha Sota” has exposed himself while reading to children during a recent “Drag Queen Story Hour” at a public (taxpayer-funded) library in Minnesota, photos show.

Blogger Anne Taylor, writing at Caffeinated Thoughts, was at the Oct. 17 event at the Hennepin Country Library and posted photos online of orange-wigged drag queen’s exposed crotch.

Drag Queen Sasha Sota flashes crotch during Drag Queen Story Hour

“We’re talking a sleeveless cut-off t-shirt resembling SpongeBob SquarePants with midriff exposed, a pink mini-skirt, rainbow ankle socks, and black spiked heels that went above six inches,” Taylor described Sota’s gender-bending getup. “The wig he wore was mermaid style crimping in the color of bright orange and makeup that was far too much under the neon lights.”

The drag queen “strode in suggestively past the children, sitting down in a chair before several preschool-aged girls with his legs spread wide, exposing his nylon covered crotch in front of children sitting at eye level,” she recounted, providing photos. “We noticed that he did this often while reading nervously before the children.”

There were more than 20 adults present, most of them mothers, according to Taylor. Some of the fathers who were there “quickly left” after seeing the performer, she said. And there were “[a]bout twenty-two children … ranging in age from infant, toddler, and preschool into the elementary grades” at the event.

Taylor explained that she was shocked by the event. “I initially thought Drag Queen Story Hours were a hoax and simply unfathomable until I experienced one myself,” she said.

The library, according to their website, is set for another drag queen event, called “Stories Together With Drag Performers,” on November 2nd.

“Celebrate self-expression, dress-up, and gender fluidity through stories, rhymes, music and movement with drag performers from our community,” the event description reads. “These events will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment.”

The library claims the drag event is “suitable” for “families,” “preschoolers,” and “toddlers.”

In a statement, the Hennepin County Library told The Blaze that the “program” is “relatively new” and that it is “unfortunately making mistakes.”

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