The new leader of Juneau Public Libraries is kicking off her first official week as director by hosting a drag queen story hour and dance party for children. On July 31, the City & Borough of Juneau announced that Catherine Melville will serve as the next
When a left-leaning Mat-Su bookstore hosts a June 10 “all ages” story hour featuring a cross-dressing drag queen, a new faith-based group will host a story hour on the same day, which looks to inspire children to seek truth, goodness, beauty and virtue.
Black Birch Books, the only private bookstore in Wasilla, is hosting what it calls a “fabulous and inclusive Drag Storytime” for young children. According to an announcement for the June 10 event, “special guest readers will bring children’s books
Earlier this month, a prominent Anchorage Jewish community – Congregation Beth Shalom – welcomed three drag queens to their place of worship for an emerging development on the drag queen story hour trend. The LGBTQ activist group – The Queen’s
Two of Alaska’s most prominent drag queens recently took to public radio to air their open contempt for Christians, Evangelicals, Republicans and parental rights advocates. Clearly intended to sway public opinion in support of drag performances for young
After reading several Alaska Watchman articles on how local libraries promote drag queen story hours and LGB/CD(cross-dresser)Q agendas, I got to thinking. My wife says I get difficult or expensive when I do that. Well, in this case I’m hoping to present
A hard-left and well-organized LGBTQ activist group is preparing a legislative attack on conservative minded Alaska business owners who may oppose their radical sexual ideologies. In recent years, Identity, Inc. gained notoriety for organizing Drag Queen
Alaska Native transgenderism is seeping its way into traditional native culture in the form of the fabricated term “two-spirit.” Alaska Natives are generally united in anthropological terms with American Indian (AI/AN). However, historically
The Anchorage Public Library, which includes five locations across Eagle River, Anchorage and Girdwood, has ignited heated controversy over the past few years by using public funds to promote a highly contentious social agenda. From Drag Queen story hours for
Cama’i – I am writing in regard to the recent Drag Queen Story Hour held at the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) on June 26. ANHC’s description of this inaugural event states: “Since time-immemorial our Indigenous cultures holistically valued
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