SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (LifeSiteNews) — While other states work to remove pornographic content from public schools and children’s library access, Illinois is moving in the opposite direction, with a new law that will penalize schools for not allowing children unfettered access to such material.
HB 2789 “adopt[s] the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights that indicates materials should not be proscribed or removed because of partisan or doctrinal disapproval or, in the alternative, develop a written statement declaring the inherent authority of the library or library system to” assemble a diverse collection of material and “prohibit the practice of banning specific books or resources.”
Any library or library system that fails to adopt the ALA bill of rights or adopt an equivalent policy against the removal of materials will be ineligible for state grants under the bill, which has cleared both chambers of the Illinois legislature and is expected to be signed into law by Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
With Drag Queens now targeting babies in a quest to normalize their degeneracy, it’s time for our lawmakers to ensure children in society are legally protected from this grooming.
SIGN: Drag Shows for children must be outlawed
Drag queens do sexual themed performances in front of a baby who then hands them cash tips with the mom’s help pic.twitter.com/ywEAFy5Uhg
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) March 1, 2023
“Burlesque for Babies” is the latest depraved iteration of the Drag Queen Story Hours that have targeted children across the western world.
This involves woke parents taking their babies and toddlers to watch grown men, invariably wearing high-heels, make-up and little else, dance inappropriately for attention, gratification, money and grooming.
If you don’t believe us, just watch what this pro-LGBT commentator has to say (WARNING – graphic content):
This is nothing less than grooming – an attempt by perverted men to sexualize children with erotic dancing.
SIGN & SHARE: Lawmakers must end the grooming of children by Drag Queens
How else can we describe half-naked men “twerking” in front of babies, if not by calling it “grooming”?
Aside from the degenerate men wanting to sexually perform for children, the other major culprits are of course the parents who bring their children to see them, tacitly endorsing the bondage outfits and overt perversion to allow these drag queens fulfill their sadomasochistic dreams with children.
Any adult who wants to be naked, or close to naked, in front of children is an immediate threat to young people, which is why lawmakers must do everything to combat this degeneracy before it’s normalized.
Normalization is, of course, the goal of the LGBTQ movement, and that’s why we have to push back now.
SIGN: “Burlesque for Babies” and Drag shows for kids must be outlawed
Please SHARE this petition with as many people as possible before we send it to your politicians.
The ALA’s Library Bill of Rights declares that books and other materials in libraries “should not be excluded because of the origin, background, or views of those contributing to their creation” or “because of partisan or doctrinal disapproval” and that a “person’s right to use a library should not be denied or abridged because of origin, age, background, or views.”
A note at the bottom of the page acknowledges that “questions do arise concerning application of these principles to specific library practices.” The ALA’s statement on how these principles apply to minors’ access to materials indicates that the group, and by extension any facility that formally adopts its standards, does not allow for any age-based restrictions on access to certain content.
“Equitable access to all library resources and services should not be abridged based on chronological age, apparent maturity, educational level, literacy skills, legal status, or through restrictive scheduling and use policies,” the group says, and concerns about that access should be handled exclusively by how parents “advise” their own children. “Libraries and library governing bodies should not use rating systems to inhibit a minor’s access to materials.”
Across the nation, controversy has exploded in recent years over schools and libraries adopting books that attempt to expose sexual themes and activity to children, often in graphic detail and with pornographic imagery depicting specific sex acts. The conservative Young America’s Foundation notes that one such example can be found in Dixon, Illinois, where the public library had a book depicting sex acts between children.
YAF’s @AmericanMee slammed the Library Board:
“What parent here encourages their 12 year old to engage with pornography?” pic.twitter.com/rEHJ8nF8gP
— YAF (@yaf) June 15, 2022
Another parent was so exasperated at the fact that having a meeting discussing banning child pornography was even necessary: pic.twitter.com/jILcAIFbnH
— YAF (@yaf) June 15, 2022
According to the Board President, the board could not act on the matter at this meeting, claiming the director of the library was on vacation. However, attendees were told that the contested books will not be available until a review of the material is conducted. pic.twitter.com/IrXT4kvYFy
— YAF (@yaf) June 15, 2022
The issue, along with the promotion of ideological messages in taxpayer-funded education, has in fueled a parent backlash that has been credited with Republican gains in states like Florida and Virginia, whose current respective governors have taken leading roles in fighting back.