The lawsuit against drag queen storytelling in Texas is dismissed


A judge in Texas has dismissed a lawsuit against the Drag Queen Story Hour initiative in Texas, telling the complainants that the event is not violating their rights. And if it is, then the lawsuit should contain an explanation about how their rights are violated. There was no such explanation in the complaint they filed, so it was not accepted by the court. The judges also noted that the claimants simply could not be affected by the event they did not attend. Furthermore, the judge said that the group was using the lawsuit in an attempt to protest advancements in LGBT+ rights across the nation, including marriage equality, which meant5s that they are not protecting human rights from being violated but trying to violate human rights themselves. Despite objections, the Drag Queen Story Hour initiative has proven hugely popular with children across the US. The initiative’s official website says their goal is to capture “the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood” and that the initiative seeks to give kids “glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.”


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