Parents are being warned their children are becoming exposed to more and more LGBT activism in their public libraries.
Children are being encouraged to go to private space sessions at their libraries - meaning parents not allowed - where they are indoctrinated to alternative and dangerous lifestyles, including transgenders teaching them in "drag queen story hours."
In Delaware County, north of Columbus, Ohio, alarmed parents were able to convince the library to cancel a “Drag 101” session, the latest case of communities pushing back against LGBT activists.
Linda Harvey of Mission America says many public libraries also stock material promoting the lifestyles.
“Giving links to child corruption groups like GLSEN, the Gay and Lesbian Straight Education Network,” she warns, “and the Human Rights Campaign, and many other resources that parents would be highly disturbed to see what's given out to their children bypassing parental oversight."
In Houston, Texas, it was learned that not one but two “drag queens” who participated in a “story hour” were both convicted child sex offenders.
The library’s response? After the first discovery, a statement read that library staff "deeply regret this oversight" that allowed Alberta Garza (pictured above), convicted of aggravated sexual assault of an 8-year-old, to pose as "Tatiana Mala-Nina" in front of children, The Houston Chronicle reported in a March story.
Garza's criminal history was uncovered by conservative group MassResistance, which The Houston Chronicle begrudgingly credited with digging into the drag queen's history after the City of Houston denied public records requests.
Just weeks later, MassResistance uncovered the criminal history of William Travis Dees, convicted of sex crimes against children ages 4, 5, 6, and 8.
Dees greeted children as they entered the library for the "story hour."
“What we have is activism going on,” Harvey warns, “and unfortunately this starts with the American Library Association and all of the library professional library groups and training programs.”
Such left-wing groups are “wildly enthusiastic” about pushing “alternative lifestyles” on the public, using their own public libraries to do so, she says.