The state of Montana has proven that it is not a safe haven for those that wish to groom little kids.
People dressed in drag will be prohibited from reading books to children at libraries or public schools in Montana, thanks to new legislation signed into law.
The drag events do not need to be sexual in nature for them to violate the new law. Any man that dresses in drag and attempts to read books to children at a school or library can face penalties.
The governor of Montana believes it is “wildly inappropriate for little kids, especially preschoolers and kids in elementary school, to be exposed to sexualized content.“
Conservatives across the western world have raised similar objections to drag events targeting children. The central criticism is that exposing young kids to sexual content is wrong.
While not all drag queens are pedophiles looking to groom children, some of them are. Parents and critics have genuine concerns regarding these types of events, despite attempts by leftists to paint all criticism as “transphobic” or “hateful.”
Last month, a former elementary school teacher in Oregon was sentenced to 11 months in jail after being convicted of nearly a dozen felony child abuse crimes, as reported by the NY Post.
Kelsey Meta Boren, 31, pleaded guilty to 11 charges of child sexual abuse after she was caught uploading “child porn” online.
Boren was the mentor of an 11-year-old drag queen. This was not an isolated incident.
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