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Picture this: In the quiet aisles of the State Library Victoria, where stories of faraway lands and fairy tales should reign, children are now being ushered into a world of drag queens and gay discos.
This jarring reality, a far cry from traditional storytime, is unfolding at one of Australia’s most esteemed public institutions, leaving many parents and citizens utterly gobsmacked.
Under the banner of the LGBTIQ+ Midsumma Festival, the State Library Victoria has taken a leap that many would say is reckless – hosting events specifically designed for kids that delve into adult themes of gender and sexuality.
This isn’t just about offering a diverse range of programs; it’s a radical push, placing vulnerable children in the midst of highly sexualised performances.
These events are more than just controversial; they represent a seismic shift in societal norms, right within the walls of a taxpayer-funded library.
Drag shows and gay discos, inherently adult in their content and context, being peddled to children younger than 12 years old are brazen attempts at radical LGBTIQ+ indoctrination, far removed from the library’s core mission to educate.
By hosting these events, the State Library Victoria has morphed from a trusted educational resource into a hotbed for cultural and ideological warfare.
This isn’t just an overstep; it’s a slap in the face to families who expect a library to be a safe and neutral space for their children.
And it begs the question: Since when did librarians swap books for social engineering?
We’re at a tipping point, and the implications are dire.
We risk allowing the impressionable minds of our youth to be warped by premature exposure to adult concepts – such as gender fluidity – setting a dangerous precedent for the future of public education and community values.
If we don’t act now, children will be impacted.
The battle lines are drawn, and it’s time to make a stand. This is about preserving childhood innocence, and it’s about fighting for the soul of our public institutions.
Join us in demanding the immediate cancellation of these inappropriate events at the State Library Victoria.
Your signature on our petition is not just a mark of protest; it’s a rallying cry for common sense and the protection of our children.
Let’s come together to ensure our public libraries remain sanctuaries of learning, not playgrounds for radical agendas. The future of our kids and the integrity of our national institutions depend upon it.