Out on the Street: Protests Erupt Over Library’s Drag Queen Storytime

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Drag queens reading stories to young children have somehow become all the rage at public libraries all across the country.

On Sunday, the Lexington Park Library in Southern Maryland held a "Drag Queen Story Hour," an event which drew protests from those who find the occasion deplorable.

Take a look at the video to see what defenders of the event and those against it had to see about this controversial issue.

 

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