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Minneapolis Library's Public Pedophilia

October 31, 2019

Screen-Shot-2019-10-22-at-10.21.41-AM.pngDrag Queen Storytime Tranny Flashes Genitals at Children 
This is a sexual overture. Why wasn't they arrested? 

"Emails with text compiled from Hennepin County Library websites are astounding and disturbing to read. Their promotion of all that is homosexual, degenerate and immoral and to see them tout this endeavor on all of their websites as "positive" and "safe" and "fun" for the youngest of children is hard evidence that the inmates are now running the asylum." - Ken Adachi presents excerpts from Hennepin County Library Website

Clearly school and library board unions, as well as teacher's unions have been subverted by Communists who use our tax money to spread their filth. 




Satanism inverts good and evil. 

from Ken Adachi:

The Minnesota Hennepin County Library Board is responsible for bringing in the degenerate individual who wore a short dress (without underwear) with the intention of  exposing his genitals and to indoctrinate these very young children in his degenerate and immoral behavior

(https://thewashingtonstandard.com/minnesota-drag-queen-flashes-crotch-to-kids-at-library-story-hour/)

This raises two questions:

1.  Why haven't the local police arrested this individual for exposing himself in public? 2. Why aren't the morality-conscious citizens of Hennepin County Minnesota taking its Library Board to task for approving this abomination?

The Hennepin County (MN) Library Board is appointed by the County Board of Commissioners and consists of 11 members

Library Board members

1. Katherine Blauvelt, President ([email protected])
2. Erin Vrieze Daniels, Vice President ([email protected])
3. Jonathan Gaw, Secretary ([email protected])
4. Rahfat Hussain ([email protected])
5. Adja K. Kaba ([email protected])
6. Sheila Letscher ([email protected]) 7. Margy Ligon ([email protected]
) 8. LaBelle Nambangi ([email protected])
9. Samuel Neisen ([email protected])
10. Chris Damsgard ([email protected])
11. Tim Dolan ([email protected])


From Anne Taylor's article On Oct 17 Genitals Flasher Show:

: " the librarian hosting the event reminded the adults that they are ** role models for the children ** and that "if anyone gets upset -- even grownups -- you can leave."

(https://www.theblaze.com/news/photo-shows-drag-queen-story-hour-performer-in-miniskirt-exposing-crotch-as-children-sit-close-by)

This is the Library's description of the Drag Queen Story Hour

"Description --  Celebrate self-expression, dress-up, and gender fluidity through stories, rhymes, music and movement with drag performers from our community. This event will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment.
"Suitable for: Families Preschoolers Toddlers"
More Quotes from
Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month
September 12, 2019
https://www.hclib.org/about/news/2019/September/pride-october

"Stories Together with Drag Performers - Celebrate self-expression, dress-up, and gender fluidity through stories, rhymes, music and movement with drag performers from our community. These events will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment."

Program: Pride
Suitable for:
Families
Preschoolers
Toddlers
Type:  Early Learning and Storytimes
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Quote:
"Hennepin County Library offers a diverse range of public programs for all ages as part of our work to bring communities together and encourage learning at every age," said interim Library Director Janet Mills. "These events provide an open, welcoming and positive space for children and their families to learn more about gender identity, roles, and expression."

"It's almost impossible not to smile and get involved with the songs and stories at these storytimes," said Library Specialist Teresa Barnhill, who is the co-chair of the library system's Pride Workgroup. "Stories Together with Drag Performers gives an elevated sense of a regular storytime with the added visual treat of our performers. Bringing someone new to the space to share their enthusiasm and confidence makes these events even more engaging and exciting."

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Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month
https://www.hclib.org/about/news/2019/September/pride-october
September 12, 2019
Join us this October as we build community and pride with a film series, special storytimes and other events
Ridgedale Library
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Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month
September 12, 2019
https://www.hclib.org/about/news/2019/September/pride-october
Quotes
"Stories Together with Drag Performers - Celebrate self-expression, dress-up, and gender fluidity through stories, rhymes, music and movement with drag performers from our community. These events will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment."

"Hennepin County Library offers a diverse range of public programs for all ages as part of our work to bring communities together and encourage learning at every age," said interim Library Director Janet Mills. "These events provide an open, welcoming and positive space for children and their families to learn more about gender identity, roles, and expression."

Miss Richfield 1981 loves rainbows.

"Look at all the different colors, and they're all together!" the drag performer told a crowd at Augsburg Park Library - in Richfield, of course.
The gathering of a few dozen kids and adults was one of several special Stories Together with Drag Performers during last year's LGBTQIA+ History Month. Once again this October, local drag performers will join library staff to read books and sing songs, with an intentional emphasis on self-expression, inclusion, self-acceptance - and a little extra flair. Miss Richfield will make an encore experience at her home library on Saturday, September 28, at 10 a.m.

Rainbows galore

In addition to a backdrop of multicolored streamers, Miss Richfield wore rainbow platform sneakers and a rainbow-and-clouds mini dress that swayed as she sashayed into the circle.

This was full-participation storytime. Any page could inspire a side story, such as the time Miss Richfield's cat caught a mouse, and her encounter with a surprised skunk. Kids chimed in too, about cats and dogs, siblings and birthdays.

After a reading of "10,000 Dresses," about a boy who dreams of dresses, Miss Richfield exclaimed, "I dream of dresses, too!"
She closed the storytime with a performance of her favorite song, "Over the Rainbow," which she sang in a rich baritone, accompanied by her own musical saw.

"Isn't that great?" she exclaimed. "Let's clap for being different!"

Events

Queer Book Club - Join our discussion of new and interesting titles reflecting stories of those who identify on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. Bring along your recommendations for future meetings. Lending copies may be picked up at the library prior to the meeting. At Golden Valley Library.
Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado, Tuesday, September 24, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Carmen Maria Machado will also be at Talk of the Stacks at Minneapolis Central Library on November 18, 7 p.m.

Less by Andrew Sean Greer, Tuesday, October 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Land of 10,000 Loves: A History of Queer Minnesota by Stewart Van Cleve, Tuesday, November 26, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Stories Together with Miss Richfield 1981 - Celebrate differences and learn that it's okay to be yourself through stories, rhymes, music and movement with legendary local celebrity and drag performer, Miss Richfield 1981! This event will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment. At Augsburg Park Library, Saturday, September 28, 10-11 a.m.

Stories Together with Drag Performers - Celebrate self-expression, dress-up, and gender fluidity through stories, rhymes, music and movement with drag performers from our community. These events will be a safe, positive, and encouraging space for children and caregivers to express themselves in an open environment.

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