Empower Wisconsin | April 20, 2022
If the painfully woke at Oklahoma State University had been in charge of classic country music lyrics, Merle Haggard’s anthem to the simple life would have been “A Drag Queen from Muskogee.”
The institution of higher education recently hosted “Drag Queen Story Hour” — an event geared toward children as young as two, according to Campus Reform.
As part of the school’s Pride 2022 campaign, two local drag queens read books “highlighting inclusion and acceptance” to the children and led “come-and-go craft” activities.
The Pride 2022 webpage states that “activities are geared towards ages 2-8, but all ages are welcome to join in on the fun. The flyer advertising the Apr. 9 Drag Queen Story Hour notes the target audience included children “ages 2-10.”
Pride Week “fun” included Condom Bingo, the Dragonfly Drag Show, an event titled “Let’s Talk About Gendered Restrooms: Because We All Deserve to Pee in Peace,” and a Lavender Graduation to “celebrate the graduating LGBTQ+ students.”
The drag queens, Ami Rhetto and Olivia Lycan, previously competed in Oklahoma State University’s annual Dragonfly Drag Show, and read the books Red: A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall and Speak Up by Miranda Paul.
Red: A Crayon’s Story is about a “blue crayon mistakenly labeled as ‘red.’” The story is used as an allegory for transgenderism as the event seeks to normalize the basis for transgender ideology.
Next up, Malcolm Mcdowall reads “Caligula for Kids.” You never can tell these days in Woke World.
Read more at Campus Reform.