Inclusion, just being yourself and having love and kindness in your heart are the themes for the first Story Time with Drag Queens event in Thunder Bay, Ont., on Saturday at the city’s public library.
“A friend of mine, was connected with someone from the library and they were looking for drag queens to come read to kids,” John Forget, also known as Lady Fantasia LaPremiere, told CBC News,
He said along with his DRAG-DAUGHTER, Mz Molly Poppinz, they’ll be “reading a couple books and doing some crafts” with the young readers.
How sweet. Their purpose is having “love and kindness in your heart.” How trite. And what, pray-tell, will transpire if a person disagrees with Trans Story Time? Does love and kindness result? HARDLY. The trans-pushers are one of the most vindictive social movements of our time. All opposition is trans-phobia. All questioning is bigotry. All push-back is homophobia.
Drag Queen Story Time has infected educational institutions across North America. The purpose is not “love and kindness,” but rather sex change RECRUITMENT. These types position themselves as warm and fuzzy, while the truth is altogether something different.
The health risks and general downside of transgenderism–particularly for CHILDREN– is vast. The COVER-UP of the risks is all-pervasive. Media REFUSE to expose the fact that hormone therapy drugs are NOT APPROVED for use in sex change transitions–they are approved for Cancer treatment.
Did you know? A study shows that chances of heart attack and stroke are FAR GREATER for those who have transitioned their sex. The study found that trans women were more than twice as likely to have a stroke as cis women and almost twice as likely to have a stroke as cis men. Trans women were also FIVE TIMES more likely to develop BLOOD CLOTS than cis women and cis men, respectively.
A report from the FDA informs us that their organization has received 24,000 reports of adverse reactions to the hormone therapy drug Lupron.
Where are the trans-pushers on these issues? Nowhere– that’s where. Nor is government, media, academia or health and medical industries.
Now, the trans-propaganda train has left Canada’s major urban centres, and is rolling into small town Canada. Generally, these towns are isolated from the world of transgenderism. One can assume they believe what they read in newspapers regarding –that sex change practices are a benign force within society, that it is only a matter of personal choice, love, peace and harmony.
They couldn’t be more wrong. Transgenderism is an INDUSTRY with money to be made. Big Pharma is making BILLIONS from the sex change industry. So is the cosmetics industry, as well as the fashion business. Make-up, clothes, accessories– Revlon and the rest are loving it
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CAP has called upon politicians, media, health authorities, physicians and related organizations to present a fair and balanced picture of transgenderism. We call upon community leaders and journalists to EXPOSE the exploitation of children for sexual identity purposes.
How much success have we had? ZERO. Health Ministers have been contacted, medical associations made aware, education ministers contacted, journalists have been informed–yet nothing ever changes with these people.
Well, not quite. One thing has changed–PARENTS are organizing and pushing back against the trans-warriors. As for institutions and related industries, not a single measure has appeared which challenges the status quo of the transgender movement.
CAP do believe that one day in the not-so-distant future, the dam will break and the trans-industry for children will come tumbling down. It’s simply a matter of time–and persistent effort on the part of common sense parents and citizens.
More than likely, Liberals will just continue on being liberal.
— B. SALZBERG
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Found this list of some of the libraries across Canada that have had drag queen story time. Mix is varied from small to large centres.
Victoria, B.C – Nellie McClung library – May 12, 2018
Courtney, B.C – public library – July 25, 2019
Kamloops, BC – public library – August 23, 2018
Kelowna, BC – Kelowna library – (last time?) – November 16, 2019
Vancouver, B.C – Vancouver community library – February 9, 2019
Burnaby, B.C – public library – August 26, 2017
Edmonton, AB -Edmonton public library – June 11, 2017
Calgary, AB – Calgary public library -Village square – March 03,2018
Saddletown library – April 07,2018
Regina, SK – Regina public library -Regent Place branch – June 16, 2019
Saskatoon, SK – Saskatoon public library -June 10, 2017
Winnipeg, MB – Millennium library – May 20, 2017
Winnipeg public library – February 03, 2018
West End library – May 30, 2017
Thunder Bay, On – Waverly library – May 11, 2019
October 12, 2019
North Bay, On – North Bay public library – March 30, 2019
Parkhill, On – Parkhill public library – May 25, 2019
Burlington, On -Burlington public library – September 29, 2019
Niagara-on-the Lake, On – public library – September 28, 2019
Guelph, On – public library – numerous times 2018, Sept.29, 2019
London, On – public library – July 21, 2018
Kincardine, On – public library – October 05, 2019
Toronto, On – public libraries – not all listed/dated- December 30, 2017 ,June 30, 2018
Strathroy, On – Strathroy public library – June 01, 2019
St.Thomas, On – public library – August 10, 2019
Port Credit, On – public library – June 29, 2019
Dorcester, On – Dorcester public library – June 08, 2019
Glencoe, On -Glencoe public library – June 15, 2019
Malton, On – public library – June 15, 2019
Streetsville, On – public library – June 15, 2019
Lucan, On – Lucan public library – June 22, 2019
St.Mary, On – public library -September 14, 2019
Perth, On – public library – June 22, 2019
Port Perry, On – Scugog public library – May 25, 2019
Cannington, On – Brock township public library – May 25, 2019
Uxbridge, On – public library – May 25, 2019
Bowmanville, On – pubic library – June 01, 2019
Whitby, On – Whitby central library – June 01, 2019
Ajax, On – public library – June 04, 2019
Pickering, On – central library – June 06, 2019
Oshawa, On – McLaughlin library branch – June 09, 2019
Forest, On – Forest library – November 02, 2019
Montreal, QC – not all dates/ locations listed – De pointe-aux-trembles library – February 11, 2019
– bibliothèque d’ahuatsic – September 28, 2019
– bibliothèque du plateau Mont-Royale – May 18, 2019
Fredericton, NB – Fredericton public library – August 10, 2019
St.John, NB – free public library – August 11, 2018
August 10, 2019
Moncton, NB – public library – May 15, 2018
Halifax, NS – central library branch – numerous branches/dates (library refuses background checks) – July 2019
Glace Bay, NS – Cape Breton – Glace Bay library – August 06, 2019
Dartmouth, NS -Aldernay Gate library – July 27, 2019
Truro, NS – Truro library – July 13, 2019
Charlottetown, PEI – public library – March 29, 2018