Drag queen story hours for children designed to ‘groom the next generation,’ one drag queen admits


Amid the spread of controversial drag queen story hours at public libraries — during which performers in full makeup and glitter read to children and toddlers — one drag queen admitted that the events are meant to “groom the next generation.”

Dylan Pontiff — who helped organize a story hour for kids as young as age 3 at a Louisiana public library originally scheduled in October — is shown in a video telling the Lafayette City-Parish Council at a Sept. 17 meeting what’s behind the “very beautiful” event.

“This is gonna be the grooming of the next generation,” Pontiff said. “We are trying to groom the next generation” to be accepting of LGBT values. Pontiff was dressed in street clothes for the meeting but goes by Santana Pilar Andrews when he’s onstage, LifeSite reported.

Pontiff, who said he’s been bullied most of his life for being gay, blasted those opposed to the drag queen story hour — even those gathered at the council meeting. – READ MORE

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