This week we learned students at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith are planning a Drag Queen Story Time event.
The announcement for the event scheduled for this coming Friday reads,
De-stress before the tests! Join us for Drag Queen Story Time featuring Chloe Jacobs, Miss Gay Arkansas America 2018. All ages are welcome to attend as Miss Chloe Jacobs reads some delightful children’s books. Expect dancing, coloring, and light refreshments! Special thanks to our cosponsors: Pride@UAFS and the River Valley Equality Center.
The story time is scheduled to be held at the Boreham Library on the UAFS campus.
You may recall in August the Central Arkansas Library System had scheduled a drag queen story time at one of its locations, but the event was quickly scrapped following criticism from citizens and elected officials.
Across the country, LGBT activists are working to convince libraries to host these sorts of events. As we’ve said before, these Drag Queen Story Times aren’t really about reading or fun. They’re about promoting a radical homosexual and transgender ideology.
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Jerry is the founder and president of Family Council. He began Family Council in 1989 after a successful effort to amend the Arkansas Constitution to prevent the use of public funds for abortions. He and his wife reside in Little Rock. They have four sons.