Dildo Butt Monkey Supporters Ask "What's the Problem with Him Performing in Front of Children?"


'If you have a problem with this you must be transphobic'


LGBTQ organisers of a grown man dressed in rainbow-colours replete with bare bottom and a ten inch dildo have demanded to know what the problem is with the character performing for children in a London Library.


“Footage shared on social media on Saturday showed members of the Mandiga Arts Group at Redbridge Libraries Summer Reading Challenge event at Goodmayes Library in east London,” reports the London Evening Standard.

The company that arranged the event – Vision RCL – received £740,000 under the government’s cultural recovery program, meaning the performance was taxpayer funded. “Though Redbridge library have now apologised for the “inappropriate” costume, they commented “if you’ve got it, flaunt it” on social media earlier in the day. They also apparently blocked concerned constituents and labelled them “lecturing Johnny come latelys’,” reports Guido Fawkes. A spokesperson for the LGBTQ community said: "What is the problem with him performing in front of children exactly?" but didn't wait for a reply.


Labour councillor Jas Athwal immediately distanced himself from the issue, tweeting, “This is disgusting. I have taken immediate action. Upon finding out, I contacted Vision RCL [and they] confirmed that the contract has been cancelled, an apology is sought in the first instance and an explanation will be scrutinised by the council’s legal team.”


It's all very well coming over all righteous after the event Mr Athwal, but Labour have done the utmost to push Drag Queen Story Time over the past five years with a never ending line of sexual deviants and weirdos doing overtly sexualised acts in front of children under the pretext of 'education'. Labour support and promote this stuff, and it has to stop.


This is not limited to London; A Scottish MP invited a drag queen called ‘Flowjob’ who had previously uploaded sexually explicit content to Twitter to a primary school and then called parents who complained “homophobic.” The Sun reported, “The drag queen has regularly uploaded graphic pictures to Twitter, including of simulating a sex act with a dildo and simulating oral sex.”


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