Ramstein Air Force Base is holding a Drag Queen Story Time for kids. The event, hosted by the Ramstein & Vogelweh Air Force Libraries, will be held on June 2.

“We’re celebrating Pride Month at the Ramstein Library with Drag Queen Storytime!” The event details read. “Join us with special guest reader Stacey Teed! Be sure to wear your brightest and most colorful outfits!”

When one potential attendee commented “I love this,” the library responded “We think it’s going to be great fun!”

One mom of a toddler, whose husband is stationed at the base, told The Post Millennial that while she often takes her child to the library for story time, she was “shocked to see the Ramstein Air Force Base Library plans to hold an official drag queen story hour for children.”

“I find it wholly inappropriate that the MILITARY of all places will be using public funds to sexualize children,” she said.

The library hosted a drag story hour event in 2021, as well, featuring a reading from a woman dressed in male drag.

A drag queen, historically, “is a person, usually male, who uses costuming and makeup to imitate and often exaggerate female gender signifiers and gender roles for entertainment purposes.” Many drag queens have sexualized names, like Penny Tration.

Additional programming at the library shows much more kid-friendly events, such as story time without the drag, as well as Pokemon and LEGO themed events.

Typical story time events for kids show a grandma reading to kids.

Drag Queen Story Hour has become a phenomenon in recent years, with men dressing up in clownish, garish costumes of women to read to children. These events have been controversial in many places, and in places like New York City are funded with taxpayer dollars. Drag queens and kings are brought into libraries, schools, and other public spaces where they read to children about pronouns, gender identity, and other topics that many parents feel are inappropriate for children.

The US Air Force has recently been pushing a more “woke” agenda among servicemen. A memo sent to command teams and supervisors sought to create “safe spaces” for servicemen and women. There have been additional concerns posed by US congressmen that the progressive leaning of the military could have a negative impact on combat readiness.

Troops and munitions are being sent to Ramstein to assist the Ukrainian war effort against the invading force of neighboring Russia.

5 thoughts on “US Air Force Base Holds Drag Queen Story Hour for Kids”
  1. This does seem to bother some who are living back in puritan times in their minds, What these drag queen shows do is nothing compared to what is available for free on the internet. These are modern times there is no more looking at the Sears Roebuck catalogue to see women in their underwear, People who have been chastized by the radical Christians are now free to live as they see fit, and the few that want it to go away had better get used to living with it, the Constitution says this is not a Cjhristian Country it is an every religion or no religion country, they made it that way so people could have freedoms to live their lives as they please.,

  2. Omgosh seriously that’s just SICK YOUR SICK PEOPLE these are babies you FREAKS GOD WILL DEAL WITH YOU FREAKS IN DUE TIME

  3. Trebor, radical Christian’s??? You are so off track. The likes of you are radical, not Christians. As for our children, they should not have to be exposed to drag queens until either their parents want them too or until later in life. All lgbt and others have a full grip on our country, no reason to push Your beliefs on to young children. Your everywhere, why keep crying the blues, geezzzz,

  4. When the military encourages pedophilia, the persons in charge are walking on thin ice:
    18 U.S. Code § 2251 – Sexual exploitation of children
    Any person who, in a circumstance described in paragraph (2), employs, uses, persuades, induces, entices, or coerces any minor to engage in, or who has a minor assist any other person to engage in, any sexually explicit conduct outside of the United States, its territories or possessions, for the purpose of producing any visual depiction of such conduct,
    shall be fined under this title and imprisoned not less than 15 years nor more than 30 years,
    but if such person has one prior conviction under this chapter … such person shall be fined under this title and imprisoned for not less than 25 years nor more than 50 years,
    but if such person has 2 or more prior convictions under this chapter …such person shall be fined under this title and imprisoned not less than 35 years nor more than life.
    Any organization that violates, or attempts or conspires to violate, this section shall be fined under this title. Whoever, in the course of an offense under this section, engages in conduct that results in the death of a person, shall be punished by death or imprisoned for not less than 30 years or for life.

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