A pro-family activist group unmasked another drag queen.
MassResistance says a man, who dresses as a woman and was reading storybooks to small children at the Houston Public Library recently, is actually a convicted child sex offender.
To volunteer at any school, library or work with children on any level, you should have to go through a series of intensive background checks.
Houston MassResistance Unmasks Another Child Sex Offender at Drag Queen Story Time, “a drag performer with many aliases (who) has sexually assaulted children and publicly recounted his history as a transgender dominatrix and prostitute for hire.” https://t.co/oItecyNVOh
— Janet Mefferd (@JanetMefferd) April 6, 2019
On Thursday, activist parents with MassResistance unmasked another child sex offender who greeted children at Drag Queen Story Time. According to local MassResistance leader Tracy Shannon, a drag performer with many aliases has sexually assaulted children and publicly recounted his history as a transgender dominatrix and prostitute for hire. His name has been redacted because he was allegedly convicted for sexual assault against children at age 16, so his record has been sealed.
“We have another big reveal today at our press conference which will take place at 2 PM at the Freed Montrose Library,” Shannon announced in an email. “Due to this individual using multiple aliases and having moved around a lot it was hard to nail down his identity but we finally connected the dots. We found his name a few days ago but trying to find some affirmation and photos was like looking for a needle in a haystack of social media postings.”
“Once we affirmed the identity we ran background checks and found the record. We will reveal all at 2 PM Central time at our press conference,” she added. She also excoriated the Houston Public Library (HPL) system for allowing child sex offenders to greet children. More
People are being led to believe that this is just another fun, innocent thing for kids to do. What are the motivations for this?
Seriously. I don’t give a care if you are gay. I don’t care if you like to dress in drag. Knock yourself out. But what possessed anyone to think: “you know, these “guys” would make great storytellers in the children’s section of the public library?
Why not bring in professionals like doctors, lawyers, construction workers, teachers, police officers, chefs, and tradesmen. You know, career people that might actually inspire young minds?