Satanic-looking drag queen reads to children at library named after Michelle Obama
LONG BEACH, California, October 24, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- Transvestite Xochi Mochi dressed as a satanic clown with red-tipped demon horns and read to little children for Drag Queen Story Hour at the Michelle Obama Public Library in California.
"DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models," the Drag Queen Story Hour website stated. "Kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real."
DQSH is a growing fad promoted by LGBTQIA+ activists in collaboration with publicly-funded libraries across the nation. Mochi's performance was worked out by the Michelle Obama Public Library in Long Beach, the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach, the Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network, and the LGBTQ Imperial Court of Long Beach.
The DQSH website claims that it is catching on "regularly" in New Jersey, "L.A., New York, and San Francisco, and … all over the world!"
An enthusiastic endorsement by Judy Zuckerman of the Brooklyn Public Library acknowledges that the drag queen's influence is intended to portray transvestites as normal. Zuckerman calls DQSH an "important program that celebrates diversity in the way children may dress and act."
The Brooklyn library's director of youth and family services went on to say that the transvestites' visit "encourages children to look beyond gender stereotypes and embrace unfettered exploration of self."
Tax dollars were used to promote the event, which was endorsed by the City of Long Beach. "@LBCityLibrary invites you to the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library for a celebration of LGBTQ History Month! #NationalComingOutDay," the city tweeted.
Promoted as "a celebration of LGBTQ History Month," the event continued after the story time with a "community art hour" and an "LGBTQ History Timeline Workshop."
Mochi posted that DQSH was one of “the best experiences I’ve been given as a drag queen.”
The drag queen acknowledged that the goal of homosexual activism is to normalize all forms of perversion and sexual deviancy. He wrote, "It’s so important to have representation and normalize all the letters in LGBTQIA+ in everyday lives."
Later, he recalled, "The excitement in the children’s eyes were everything."
Omar Navarro, the Republican challenger to U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters for her Congressional seat in the California district, tweeted that he was “outraged” with the children’s library. “What are we teaching kids in school? Demonic teachings alive in Long Beach. I’m outraged they would allow this.”
Parents and others also criticized DQSH. "Drag Queen Story Time is sick brainwashing of children," Nate Storm tweeted. "Kids exposed to this type of garbage end up mentally warped."
"What is the educational purpose of children being exposed to this? Other than brainwashing them into thinking this is normal," Marie Antoinette posted.
"Interesting what the New Left wants to normalize," wrote JunoWho. "Humanizing monsters. I believe it's called 'grooming.'"
In response to the tweeted criticism, the "Church of Satan" simply wrote, “Hail Satan!”
Mochi's YouTube homepage explains that he is a "Killer Klown from outer space, stationed here on Earth."
In his online bio, the drag queen admits that he is "living with HIV" and "my stoner mind doesn’t work that well."
Mochi confided that he started wearing women's clothing as a young homosexual. "My 'drag' started back when I was a wee young gayling many moons ago," he told Drag Enthusiast. "Xochi has never been an alter ego, but more of an extension of myself."
The Long Beach Library took down photos of the satanic transvestite reading to toddlers after receiving a wave of public criticism.