Libraries refuse faith-based story hour while embracing darg queen story times?

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On December 1, notable Christian actor, producer, and author Kirk Cameron released his latest children’s book, however, his attempts to spread the gospel at America’s public libraries have been denied. 

The same institutions that snubbed Cameron and his faith-based book show no qualms when it comes to giving a platform to pro-LGBTQ creators or hosting drag queen story hours for preschoolers. 

According to FOX News, Cameron’s publisher, Brave Books, reached out to fifty libraries but was either turned down or ignored every time.

“We are a very queer-friendly library. Our messaging does not align,” said a representative of the Rochambeau Public Library in Providence, Rhode Island.

On their website, the RPL boasts about partnering with the Drag Queen Story Hour nonprofit to host events aimed at children. The library suggests that such events will help in ensuring kids are “encountering themes of gender diversity, self-expression, and tolerance in a gentle way and at an early age.”

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