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Drag Queen’s new NBC News opinion column emphasizes Drag Queen Story Hour, where Drag Queen reads to children in public, “echoes the most effective learning techniques for children” and seeks to protect children from it. The events were a “nightmare” and an “attack on freedom of expression.”

“Those who hate Drag Queens will not be intimidated. The story goes on for hours,” in a column entitled Drag Queen Story Our Performer and Children’s Writer entitled “Lil Miss Hot Mess.” Legislative attacks, attempts to misrepresent queer people as ‘groomers’ and ban books with different themes. “

Lil Miss Hot Mess described a “scary and terrifying” time, with protesters pointing to the Drag Queen Story Hour to speak out against the event, accusing them of having an affair with the Proud Boys.

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The author alleges that the protesters “injured children who were supposed to be rescued by those who were careful.”

Oklahoma State University hosted the "Drag Queen Story Hour" in April for children under 2 years of age.

Oklahoma State University hosted the “Drag Queen Story Hour” in April for children under 2 years of age.
(Oklahoma State University)

She teaches children the culture of drag, which she writes about is a wonderful form of play, free expression and imagination. “But drag performance is a particularly powerful and joyful antidote to such attacks. Drag activates creativity and play, expands traditional ways of thinking. Drag provides a textbook example of imagination: changing society by creating a new image of ourselves and the world around us,” she wrote. .

The Drag Queen columnist has condemned the “relentless” and “personal” attacks of lawmakers who claim that “drag queens are child molesters.” Hot Mess wrote, “Recently, Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio released a fiery statement about the canceled Drag Story Time event, in which he attacked me, parroting the dangerous rhetoric that suggests that the Drag Queens are child molesters.”

The author also referred to members of the legislature who claimed that legal action would be taken against those who subjected children to drag queens. “Republican Texas State Representative Bryan Sloton has vowed to introduce legislation banning drug shows that are inappropriate. Shortly afterwards, Republican Governor Ron Disantis of Florida, Republican Arizona state senators and Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor suggested that Green of the House be elected.”

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An Indiana pastor who appeared in a drag dress on the HBO show was "relieved of his pastoral duties" by some in the church with outrage.

An Indiana pastor who appeared in a drag dress on the HBO show was “relieved of his pastoral duties” by some in the church with outrage.
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She writes, “Book bans and attempts to close articles are a unique nightmare: they attack not only freedom of expression but also the imagination. Imagination is powerful because it allows the status quo to be recognized as a fiction. Rewritten.”

Hot Mess Drag is not only “challenging gender stereotypes and teaching how to celebrate different LGBTQ leaders and histories” but also as a creative portal to the new world; through the drag we can see those elements of society. Get confused and find the courage and creativity to change them. “

The author also notes that Drag “echoes the most effective learning methods, according to popular educational theories.”

Some lawmakers have praised the idea that drag queens are part of a child’s education. At a civil rights conference in Lansing, Michigan last week, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nestle said, “Drag queens make everything better. Drag queens are fun” and added that “every school should have a drag queen”.

“LGBTQ leaders have misrepresented that we are teaching children and spreading false information, suggesting that we are trying to turn children into queers or transferees. Bless their foolish hearts,” she said.

Athena Kills (c) and Scalene Onyx, drag queens for adults and children awaiting Drag Queen Story Hour at Cellar Door Books, Riverside, California on June 22, 2019.  - Athena and Scalen, their tall blondes flowing up to their regular leopard.  And Rainbow Clothing, a bookstore on the Riverside with about 15 children studying.  The scene is unrecognizable - except for the Drag Queens.  The Reading Workshop is part of the "Drag Queen Story Hour" launched in 2015 by some libraries and schools in the United States.

Athena Kills (c) and Scalene Onyx, drag queens for adults and children awaiting Drag Queen Story Hour at Cellar Door Books, Riverside, California on June 22, 2019. – Athena and Scalen, their tall blondes flowing up to their regular leopard. And Rainbow Clothing, a bookstore on the Riverside with about 15 children studying. The scene is unrecognizable – except they are both drag queens. The Reading Workshop is part of the “Drag Queen Story Hour” launched in 2015 by some libraries and schools in the United States.
((Photo by Frederick J. Brown / AFP) (Photo credit should be read as FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP by Getty Images))

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“At a time when totalitarianism and white nationalism are on the rise, what they are clearly afraid of is that we are activating children’s imagination,” Lil Miss Hot Mess added.