On Sunday, New York Attorney General Letitia James read material from a children's book to minors at a Drag Story Hour she hosted at the LGBTQ+-centric The Center located in NYC's West Village along with a drag queen who wore a shirt that read "I don't want to look or be cis."
Rebecca Brannon reporting with FRONTLINES posted the video, which shows James sitting next to a "a colorful sexual Drag Queen character" and reading to minors the words "ll be near standing by and know that I'll love you till the day that I die. Whatever you dream of, I believe you can be, for you are my child, courageous and free."
James previously announced the event on social media with a flier that targeted "families with children."
In another clip a drag performer asked if there were any 2-year-olds in the audience.
Outside the event protestors gathered, including some holding a Gays for Trump flag and shouting, "We say no to pedophilia! No to groomers!"
Brannon reported on those protesting James as she left.
Those protesting drag queens reading to children and counter protestors advocating for the opposite were gathered at the location. Officers with the New York Police Department had to escort far-left activists after they previously said "Queer Spaces Must Be No Cop Zones" and protested James' involvement in the event.
The Pride Center of Staten Island and the Queens Public Library co-sponsored the event which was thrown with the assistance of State Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal and Assemblymembers Deborah Glick, Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas, Daniel O’Donnell, Tony Simone, and Council Members Erik Bottcher, Tiffany Caban, Crystal Hudson, Shekar Krishnan, Chi Ossé, and Lynn Schulman. Hoylman sponsored a bill making New York a "sanctuary state" for children seeking medical gender transition and has repeated the claim that "trans women are women."Video from the event showed protestors calling James a "groomer."
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