Kids Love Drag Queen Storytime. Anti-LGBT Groups Want To Shut Them Down


The children who listen to the drag queens reading stories in Houston, Michigan, and South Carolina love it. Anti-LGBT groups are mobilizing to menace the events out of existence.  Houston drag queen Angelina DM Trailz was afraid of kids—until she read to them. She knows that her fear seems irrational now—but she attributes it to growing up as a “flamboyant” child in a devout Catholic family and a less-than-welcoming school. “I was just who I was,” she told The Daily Beast. “And I got bullied a lot for it.”

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