Most Alabamian Christians exhibit one of two reactions to the LGBTQ movement. The first is outrage. The second is indifference.
On March 11, the venue hosted “Freya’s Drag Spectacular,” featuring drag queen Freya the Dark in a “night of fun for all ages,” according to an event description.
The North Shelby Library Board voted to keep a “pride” display in its children’s area on Monday as a large crowd gathered to speak for and against the display at its meeting.
Concerned citizens in Mobile and Baldwin Counties are taking action to protect family values and children during LGBT Pride Month. At least one expert even believes part of the LGBT movement is connected to a much more sophisticated, dangerous operation that is a threat to the U.S. Constitution.
Several Mobile residents addressed the city council Tuesday requesting an ordinance banning drag shows in public venues where minors could be present.
A Lee County LGBTQ organization Pride on the Plains hosted a drag show for children on Tuesday night during a “family fun night” at the local Auburn coffee shop Coffee Mafia.
Citizens in Mobile are speaking out against an event planned for June 9 that includes a public drag show.