Mayor funding indoctrination in Florida city

Monday, November 4, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Drag queen at NY library 1Residents of Orlando are being called into action to protect the children of the city.

Florida Family Action has sounded the alarm after learning that Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer (D) has allocated $3,000 in taxpayer funds to finance six drag queen story hours at public libraries there.

"We think that this is outrageous," comments John Stemberger, head of the cultural action organization. "It borders on child abuse. The person who's reading these stories is a man dressed as a woman, who's an adult entertainer who strips regularly at a local gay night club."

Stemberger says nothing about that is education; instead it is a means to indoctrinate little children into the transgender movement.

Stemberger

"The supposed legitimate purpose is teaching kids about diversity and inclusion, and I can think of about a thousand ways better than setting them before a person who's suffering from gender dysphoria and to have them read books," the attorney says.

Gender dysphoria is a mental disorder that calls for mental health counseling to align one's thinking with his or her born gender. 

Stemberger is urging Orlando residents to contact Mayor Dyer and express their displeasure over this indoctrination. They can also protest by not letting their children attend the sessions.

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