Drag queens protest Kirk Cameron’s Christian children’s book event in Fayetteville

Nearly 500 people attended Kirk Cameron’s Children’s Reading Event in Fayetteville, Alabama. Most of the attendees were parents, grandparents and children, but there was also a drag queen who protested against children’s books that promoted Christianity and conservative values.

Cameron is currently on a national library tour and reading a Christian-themed children’s book, As You Grow. The book’s publisher, Brave Books, organized “The Book of Freedom Island.” trip As a healthy alternative to drag queen story hour events and to “stand up for truth and biblical values.”

Brave Books Said In December, more than 50 libraries rejected an offer for Cameron to give a reading of the book, even though the same library sponsored a drag queen story hour.

On Friday, Cameron read at the Fayetteville Public Library.

An overwhelming majority of attendees, like Mandy Brooks, stood by Cameron and his book.

“We love Christ. We love Jesus and wanted to help promote this. We love these brave books and we love our country.” So we wanted to come here and be a part of what he’s doing,” Brooks said. KFSM-TV.

Some protesters included the Reverend Clint Schneckross of the progressive Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. practice It advocates for “the full inclusion of the LGBTQ community in the life of the church” and advocates for specific communities such as “black lives matter, transgender networks, Latinos, refugees and immigrants.”

shneck cross explained The event was “more overwhelming, far more bizarre and terrifying than anyone could have imagined.” He argued that reading books is “indoctrination” and “propaganda.” Progressive pastors put up signs that read:

“They had the group sing the national anthem, say the pledges, and the loudest applause of the entire event was for something more nationalist/patriotic than Christian crap,” Schneckloss wrote on Facebook. .

Also, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the Arkansas branch of Hillbilly Whores, protested the children’s A group of queer nuns on a mission to spread love, light and joy through education, awareness and support for the LGBTQ community. ”

A member of a drag queen group has been accused of stepping on a “poor little white girl” and hitting her with a cane.

post millennial According to the report, “drag queen Patti Johnson was also there, saying that Cameron’s reading to the children is ‘what brainwashing looks like,’ referring to the children as ‘homeschooled children.’ A bunch of people are selling the ‘freedom’ nonsense,” he said. Communism and cancel culture are so bad, I’m actually telling you to vote to take away your liberty…so come buy our book, capitalism is good of course!

Cameron Labeled Disruptors were “a small group of protesters, including adult men pretending to be women, wearing ridiculous makeup, and wearing skirts and heels.”

“We came to Fayetteville, Arkansas, and thought we would see a lot of supportive Christians and conservative families,” said Zach Bell, chief executive of Brave Books. Raise it up.”

Brave Books author Chaya Raichik, who runs the @LibsOfTikTok account, was forced to cancel a reading event in New York City due to safety concerns.

“I received threats of inappropriate and potentially unsafe behavior during Sunday’s NYC Story Hour with Chaya Raichik,” Brave Books announced on Friday.

Kirk Cameron’s Fayetteville Library storytime draws some

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