San Diego’s libraries are welcoming rather colorful characters this summer to read to children to celebrate the unusual sexual practices community, including drag queens who encourage liaisons with “twinks,” young men who look like boys.
Billed as Pride-themed family-friendly story times, four such events will take place in July featuring performers that some parents and residents are not enthusiastic about.
“A drag queen performs in a night club for adults. There is a lot of filth that goes on, a lot of sexual stuff that goes on, and backstage there’s a lot of nudity, sex and drugs,” Dianne Chapman told Press California.
The Logan Heights branch, for example, has invited Raquel Ita & Barbie Q to read to children on Saturday at 11 am.
Real names Xaime Aceves Equihua and Francisco Soto, the two have produced a music video with sexually explicit lyrics about gay bar hookups, and worse.
Calling themselves “The Hottest Exxxotics,” they wax poetic about “twinks,” or, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, gay men who are young, slim and look like boys.
“What happened to nurses, engineers, teachers and other role models? Why is [San Diego Public Library director] Misty Jones anxious to expose children to soft porn?” Chapman asked.
Full story at Press California.