Sweden to Spend $175,000 To Promote Drag Queen Story Hour Events

Sweden will spend $175,000 of unclaimed inheritance money on promoting events akin to the ‘Drag Queen Story Hour‘ phenomenon seen in America.

The Public Inheritance Fund of Sweden is delegating the $175,000 to Kulturföreningen Mums, a organization that seeks to promote the LGBT lifestyle in Sweden.

Kulturföreningen Mums describes organizing an endeavor closely equivalent to Drag Queen Story Hour.

The project will, together with children, young people and adults with disabilities, develop available normative creative fairy tales in the form of drag shows. Together with the target group and several organizations, the established business Among dragons and drag queens will create new fairy tales that reflect the target group.

On the group’s website, they describe themselves as “violating norms in a beautiful way.” Exposing children to transgenderism certainly ‘violates norms,’ but it’s an understatement to reject the notion that such a project is “beautiful.”

There’s no reason to believed that the deceased Swedes funding the propaganda events ever had any intentions of their wealth being used to promote transgenderism and drag queens to children. But the ultra-liberal Swedish government has made the choice for them- a dubious decision considering that elderly Swedes are not likely to support such a use of their resources after their life.

American Drag Queen Story Hours, in which children are often exposed to graphic sexual imagery, have run into fierce opposition for their immorality upon becoming widely known of. The library-hosted events have been linked to prostitution and sex offenders, and parents across America have sought to cancel the events in defense of the innocence of their neighbors’ children.

It’s sadly unsurprising that a progressive utopian government such as Sweden would fund Drag Queen Story Hour events, but taking the estates of those departed from this life to fund immorality heaps a serving of insult upon indecency.

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