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Dear Parents: Would You Allow Drag Queens To Read To Your Kiddies About Drag Queens?

Kids are constantly learning. If you ‘are what you eat’, wise parents will give some thought to exactly what diet of ideas they are feasting upon.

Is it important what ideas and ideologies kids are being taught?

Left-wing institutions certainly think so. So do some of history’s more influential people.

Like this guy:

Here’s another quote of his.

Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted. Vladimir Lenin

But that’s “probably nothing”, right?

Just like the ‘Drag Queen Story Time‘ that’s catching on, with ‘local drag queens’ — some of them with full beards and fake eyelashes — sitting down with the ten-and-under crowd reading stories to kids and which is intended to “Break the stigma of drag and queer culture with kids” are “probably nothing”, right?

Warriors and Wildmen run that idea through the Wood Chipper in this week’s show.

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Doug Giles

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