The University of Queensland’s Liberal National Club in Australia said they demonstrated against the event to fight against children ‘being indoctrinated with radical gender theories’.
College students in Australia showed how you deal with an encroaching evil like Drag Queen Story Hour, or Storytime as they call it down under, you confront it head on and call it out for what it is. You stand up for the children and you defend and protect them, that’s how it should be done. This whole Laodicean business of ‘who am I to judge?‘ comes from the very pit of Hell itself and out of the mouth of the Devil. If you are not standing for the Lord, you are standing against Him, plain and simple.
“Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters? Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life? “ 1 Corinthians 6:2,3 (KJV)
If Drag Queen Story Hour comes to your public library, and you know they’re coming, and you sit back and simply allow it to happen, then you are the problem, not the drag queens. They are only doing what lost people do, if you’re saved you know better, so do better. Drag Queen Story Hour is not for children, if you’re saved, start acting like it. Go share the gospel of the grace of God with a lost drag queen today, and pray they get saved.
College Students in Australia protest Drag Queen Story Hour
FROM DAILY MAIL UK: A transgender drag queen has said he is concerned about his mental health after a group of conservative students protested against an event he was hosting. Johnny Valkyrie was one of two drag queens reading stories to children during the Drag Storytime event at Brisbane Square Library on Sunday afternoon. A group from the University of Queensland’s Liberal National Club stormed the event shouting ‘drag queens are not for kids’. Mobile phone footage of their protest shows them chanting loudly at as drag queen Diamond Good-Rim tries to persuade them to stop.
Mr Valkyrie, who was born a woman but now identifies as a homosexual man, posted on Facebook that the protest ‘exhausted’ him. He said he was worried about his mental health and asked for donations toward the $10,000 cost of an affirmation procedure to remove his breasts.
He wrote: ‘The incident yesterday which has gone viral has exhausted me. The media and opposition will come after me given I am transgender and homosexual. I am worried about my mental health, my employment and my ability to handle the legal action I need to take regarding the incident that has exploded on national news.I wish my activism paid the bills, but I have to do 9 – 5 elsewhere. I am so tired. I need your help.’
His post was met with dozens of kindhearted comments offering support.
Drag Storytime is an event held at libraries around Australia where drag queens read stories to children who attend with their parents. The idea to is teach children about the fluidity of gender identity and provide them with queer role models.
The University of Queensland’s Liberal National Club said they demonstrated against the event to fight against children ‘being indoctrinated with radical gender theories’. But The Veronicas star Jessica Origliasso, who is engaged to transgender bartender Kai Carlton, said she was furious at the protest and called the group ‘bigoted’.
Organizers Rainbow Families Queensland (RFQ) – who held the event in collaboration with Brisbane City Council – said the group left before police arrived.
‘They entered the event chanting and scared the children. Some parents got them outside the room where they continued to chant loudly,’ a spokesperson for the organisation said.
UQ Liberal National Club said they waited until the story-reading event had finished to begin their demonstration, and claimed neither children or staff were upset as a result of the protest.
‘In regards to the protest itself, we waited until the event had finished, did not response to abuse directed at us, and left when directed by security,’ the university group said.
‘What people do with their own time and money is their choice, but Brisbane City Council should not be subsidizing this event. We are hoping that Brisbane City Council will take swift action to cancel future events.’ READ MORE
College Students In Australia Protest Drag Queen Storytime
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