Think you've seen it all?
Wait till you see this.
The King County Library in Renton, WA, hosted a "Teen Pride" Event at the public library.
Now, let's just stop right there for a minute and discuss whether a "Teen Pride" anything is appropriate.
I say absolutely not.
If adults decide they want to do something or live some certain lifestyle, I say leave them alone and let them do it.
But influencing teens? Kids?
No way. Not cool.
But it turns out that according to reports, the "free swag" was comprised of sex toys like lube and flavored condoms.
Because that's what Teens need!
Also, look closely at the Event details and it actually says its for "teens and tweens".
Not familiar with what "tweens" means?
Let me decode it for you: that means pre-teens. In other words, younger than 13.
So put it all together and you've got 10, 11 and 12 year old kids witnessing drag shows and being given lube and flavored condoms.
HELLO? Anybody home? WARNING! WARNING!
Anyone else see a problem with this?
Here was one social media post by someone who still has some sanity:
The Blaze had more details:
Harms' post also said at 5 p.m. the "library told all the adults they had to leave" and that her friend, Lynn Meagher — who had been protesting the event — "refused." With that, Harms said "police just physically removed her.""Welcome to 2019, when protecting kids from being prematurely sexualized can get you potentially arrested," Harms added. "Maybe she should have claimed to identify as 14."
Harms also added two videos of drag performances she said were connected to the "teen pride" event:
Referring to the above clip, she asked, "Any guesses what these guys did with the kids once the grown-ups were out of the way?" Harms also noted that the video was partially muted due to Facebook copyright issues with the music and that it occurred before the library "kicked the adults out via police escort."
For the above clip, Harms noted: "I'll probably take some heat for this, but I don't really care. This is what demonic possession looks like. (Watch until the end.) And people are celebrating it at Teen Pride at the Renton Library." She added, "Calling this man names like 'freak' are not going to help. He's a lost soul, and it's sad. He doesn't need more hatred. But he does need to know we won't continue to allow this to be normalized and celebrated by our kids."
The crowd cheered both performances.
What did the library have to say?
Sarah Thomas, public relations specialist for the King County Library System, told TheBlaze that during the teen-only portion of the event, "only adults with youth attending the program could remain at the library in a waiting area."
Thomas added that two adult women "refused to leave, despite several requests, and would not join the other adults in the waiting area. Because they refused to leave and were being disruptive — two violations of our Code of Conduct policy — they were escorted out of the library by the police to ensure that the teens had a safe and welcoming space to finish their program."
She also told TheBlaze that Planned Parenthood was at the event "to discuss safer-sex, and there were condoms at the Planned Parenthood table." However, Thomas noted she was unable to confirm if the condoms were flavored or if lubrication was offered at the Planned Parenthood table.
The Christian Post also had more:
A free breast binder raffle and a drag show are among the activities considered appropriate for tweens and teens at a Seattle-area public library, despite massive public complaints.
The King County Library System has been promoting the "Teen Pride" event on its website. It's being held at the Renton Library from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday.
The event is described as a "pride celebration designed by teens for teens" and the "most rainbow filled fun you can imagine." It includes activities like open mic and karaoke. Other activities listed are presentations on "safer" sex, a drag show, an "advice panel," and a "free binder raffle." The event page says that Saturday's gathering is "suitable" for tweens and teens, meaning ages 10 to 19.
Local activists who have been protesting and spoke with The Christian Post on condition of anonymity, said that when they contacted library officials and county council members to express their concerns and objections, they were snidely dismissed and told that the event to would proceed as planned.
The library was reportedly inundated with calls Thursday after news spread on social media that a breast binder would be raffled. One mom told CP that when she called she was told that a binder would not be given away as was originally advertised, but that it would be a gift certificate instead. She added that she felt that the woman she spoke with was being misleading and evasive.
"Adults should never use children to justify or normalize their behaviors. Drag queen displays in libraries may be great fun with all things sparkly and fancy, but when my kids were small and they enjoyed something, they wanted to learn more about it," another mom from nearby Tacoma told CP Friday.
"The world of drag is filled with porn, sex, drugs, and alcohol. That’s what kids will find when they Google their favorite drag queen. The Instagram accounts of these performers are not family-friendly."
She added: "As the drag kid craze has hit the nation, more and more kids are joining drag kid clubs. And encouraging gender confusion and introducing gender fluidity to children before they are old enough to reason or even read is an adult agenda being pushed on them."
Sources confirmed that Planned Parenthood will be providing the sex ed programs for the event.
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