A SCOTTISH MP has been criticised after inviting a controversial Drag Queen to ‘Children’s Story Time’ who once called for violence against a young Tory Activist.
In the continuing (and controversial) use of drag queens with children (mainly through drag queen story hour – a practice whereby young children are red stories by them, all the while exploring gender identity), an MP has allowed a drag queen called ‘Flowjob’ to Glencoates Primary School in Paisley. The MP accompanied the queen to read stories to the children.
The MP in question is one Mhairi Black, of the Scottish National Party, heavily covered by much of the media. The Baby Of The House (the youngest MP in the House of Commons) defended her decision on social media.
This follows more controversy surrounding the party, as their budget minister had to resign on budget reveal day following his behaviour whereby he hit on a 16 year-old boy, calling him ‘cute’ among other things.
This drag queen also has a violent streak to her – most notably endorsing violence against prominent young Conservative Party member Emily Hewertson on her Twitter account:
Hewertson hit back at Black and questioned if it was the right decision to invite Flowjob to meet children and branded the move “disgraceful”.
This comes as the practice of drag queen story hour is more consistently protested, most notably in countries like the United States of America (where efforts have been made to outlaw the practice) and in Australia. The latter had one man kill himself because of the backlash he got because of the protests he organised.