College Hosts ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ for 2-Year-Olds

Hazard advertising ‘Drag Queen Tale Hour’ notes target audience integrated children ‘ages 2-10’

The University of Ok hosted “ Drag Queen Story Hour” geared towards small children as young as two years old, simply days after hosting the annual Dragonfly Drag Show.

As part of the school’s  Pride 2022   campaign, two local drag queens read books “ highlighting addition and acceptance” to the children and led “ come-and-go craft” activities.  

The Pride 2022 webpage states that “ activities are geared towards age groups 2-8, but all ages are usually welcome to join in on the fun, ” however the  flyer   advertising the Apr. 9 Drag Queen Story Hour notes the target audience included children “ ages 2-10. ”

Other events held as part of OSU’s Pride 2022 include  Condom Bingo , a  satisfaction parade , the  Dragonfly Drag Show , an  event   titled “ Let’s take a Talk About Gendered Restrooms: Since We All Deserve to Pee in Peace, ” plus a  Lavender Graduating   which will “ celebrate the graduating LGBTQ+ students. ”

Both drag queens, Ami Rhetto and Olivia Lycan, previously  competed   in Oklahoma State University’s annual Dragonfly Pull Show, and read the books  Red: A Crayon’s Story   by Michael Hall and  Speak Up   by Miranda Paul.

Red-colored: A Crayon’s Story   is about a “ blue crayon mistakenly labeled as ‘ red. ‘”   The story is used as an allegory for transgenderism since the event seeks to normalize the basis for transgender ideology.

Drag Full Story Hour events for children are rising in reputation, with Democrat Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney promoting them on Twitter in an Interest. 11 post  saying   that through these events “ NYC’s next generation are getting a well rounded education about LGBTQ+ problems and gender identity. ”

The official Drag Queen Tale Hour program has  chapters   around the country, and “ provides a range of fun and fabulous educational experiences for children plus teens” as young as three years aged.

As institutions and libraries host pull queens to read to children, a Seattle museum is going to be hosting a summer camp for kids as early as 12, encouraging them to discover their “ drag personas”   according  to a  Fox News   report .

Universities across America have also been hosting a variety of drag shows on campus, including the University of Arkansas which  paid  10 dollars, 000   in order to host a Zoom drag show and Arizona State University which  paid  $5, 000   to have RuPaul’s Drag Race star Kandy Muse to execute.

Drag Full Story Hour was held within partnership between the Oklahoma State University Museum of Artwork and the OSU Office associated with Multicultural Affairs.

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