LA libraries team up with Pride to host Drag Queen story hours for kids

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DTLA hosted a Proud Festival over the weekend, which was a free community event for people of all ages. “Family Day” was part of the Sunday afternoon festivities, featuring a “splash zone” along with “finger painting, law games, balloon animals,” and a “Drag Queen story time.”

The event was captured by TPUSA contributor Drew Hernandez, host of Frontlines, who sat with families to watch the story time unfold. After the books were read, the Drag Queen called “Pickle” took photos with the kids.

Specifically geared toward children, the Drag Queen story time featured books called “Feminist Baby”, along with “Cinder-Elliot” and “It’s Okay to Be Different.” The story time was hosted by “Pickle,” who said that he runs Drag Queen story hour in Los Angeles.

The books that were read at the Drag Queen story time were provided by the Los Angeles Library.

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