Texans Say No! to Drag Queen Story Time in Houston

April 5, 2019

Protesters against Drag Queen Story HourBy Evan Olwell

On March 30, members of Tradition, Family, Property – Louisiana hosted a Rosary rally to protest against Drag Queen Story Time at the Freed-Montrose Public Library in Houston. The event features men dressed as women reading pro-homosexual materials to children as young as three years old. Protesters were outraged by the news that at least one (now two) of these storytellers is a registered sex offender. Overlooking the safety of the children, the library officials neglected to do the legally required background check on the storytellers.

While the program has been canceled, library officials have insisted upon bringing it back by summer. This prompted TFP – Louisiana to call a protest to oppose such efforts. Some forty brave souls joined the rally in front of the library. There were many familiar faces of friends and longtime supporters of past rosary rallies, but also several new faces. The crowd formed a solid, enthusiastic and very focused block from 1 to 2 p.m. during which they prayed the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary and sang beautiful Catholic hymns.

The crowd also shouted out some very effective slogans. One slogan was: “Texans why are you here? To protest the perversion of children in this library!” Others were, “Will you stand by as children are sacrificed on the altar of transgender ideology? Never!” and “Will you cross your arms while public libraries destroy the innocence of children? Never!”

The protesters felt great joy and enthusiasm because they had done their duty in defense of the children and the Faith. Should the library try to continue the program in the future, they will find plenty of people who will protest, peacefully, prayerfully, and mightily.

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