Protests at Drag Queen Storytime


Katrina Stroud

Miss Shirley reads to children at The Wandering Jellyfish bookstore in Niwot during storytime. Miss Shirley's appearance was met with protesters on the street holding signs claiming that the event was harmful to children by exposing them to a man dressed as a woman reading children's stories.

The Wandering Jellyfish Bookshop held its first Drag Queen Storytime on Saturday, Feb. 25, where more than 20 children and their parents, who came to hear Miss Shirley read stories, were met with protests and counter-protests. Newly elected Chair of the Boulder County Republican Party, George Tristan, posted on his Twitter account, to plan on a "peaceful protest to combat queer child exploitati...

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