Last Saturday, Patchouli Joe’s, a bookstore in Denton, Texas, hosted a “Transgender Story Time” for children. A transgender man dressed as a woman handed out pride flags as parents stood around supporting the indoctrination of their children.
Meanwhile, antifa played “security” right outside, armed with semi-automatic rifles and pride flags for intimidation.
The current scene outside of Patchouli Joe’s in Denton, TX where a Transgender Storytime for Children is being hosted. pic.twitter.com/Xhlj9SGgOY
— Tayler Hansen (@TaylerUSA) November 19, 2022
“Imagine taking your young child past the masked terrorists with guns and then once inside having a big bloke in woman face reading stories to them,” one citizen said of the event on Twitter.
Grassroots activists from pro-family groups including Defend Our Kids Texas and Texas Family Project—as well as journalist Tayler Hansen, YouTube personality Alex Stein, and news host Sara Gonzales—protested the event. Their sole goal in doing so was to expose the agenda being pushed on the attending children and the use of violence and armed intimidation to defend this perverted agenda.
— Tayler Hansen (@TaylerUSA) November 20, 2022
Hansen went into the store undercover and videoed the event, where children sat uncomfortable and confused after being given LGBTQ+ pride flags while a man pretending to be a woman sat in front of them and read stories.
Hansen explains that at the owner’s request, he was then forcefully removed by armed antifa members while police officers remained inside to help with security.
Gonzales stood with Defend Our Kids Texas, speaking out against the indoctrination of children by their own parents and groomers.
Getting kicked out of transgender storytime hour because they don’t want us exposing what they’re doing to children.
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) November 20, 2022
Attendees proceeded to scream profanities at Gonzales, telling her to “shut the f*** up” when she questioned their radical positions on the transgender indoctrination of children.
“You’re out here protecting these children … so that they can be indoctrinated,” Stein said to the armed antifa members that guarded the door. Attendees helping with security used physical force in attempts to prevent Stein from being able to move about.
Confronting Armed Antifa at Drag Queen Story Time in Denton, Texas
— Alex Stein #99 (@alexstein99) November 19, 2022
Stein took the perversion of the event to the Denton City Council, explaining the intimidation tactic used by antifa to prevent people from speaking out against the sexual indoctrination of children.
After attempting to be silenced by an audience member during the city council meeting, the mayor allowed Stein to continue speaking.
Stein explained that there are certain advertisements and advertising methods that are not permitted because of the possibility that they will be seen by children, who are so “impressionable.”
“At Patchouli Joe’s, you’re having transgender story time,” Stein explains, “where you’re reading sexual nature issues to children that aren’t even allowed to have sex. These are children that cannot consent.”
Stein showed the city council members a picture revealing the antifa members who bore AR-15s to protected the indoctrination at Patchouli Joe’s.
One citizen explained on Twitter that the event allowed grooming of children. “[Grooming is] desensitizing children to age-inappropriate sexual content so that when an adult abuse them, the child doesn’t realize it’s wrong, doesn’t protest or tell other adults and the abuser can keep doing it without being caught,” they said. “Drag = grooming.”
Events that expose children to drag, such as this “Transgender Story Time,” are events that intentionally groom them.
Action is being taken in the state’s Legislature to prevent events like these from continuing. State Reps. Jared Patterson (R-Frisco) and Matt Shaheen (R-Plano) filed legislation earlier this month that would prevent children from attending drag events.
The upcoming legislative session will begin on January 10, 2023.