The Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage is getting in on the drag queen indoctrination of children craze. On Saturday, it hosted a drag queen story hour, with plenty of children in attendance. The event featured three drag queen performers reading children’s books aloud and dancing for the children.
One of the drag queens had the advertised stage name of “Ivanna Kishacok.”
Readers may have to read that several times to understand the sexual innuendo.
Later social media posts advertising the event removed the stage names of the drag queens, who were men dressed as women, somewhat grotesquely. Much of the event is captured on Facebook on the pages of the @NativeMovementAlaska account.
“Since time-immemorial our Indigenous cultures holistically valued our People in support of their well-being, including fluidity of gender concepts. This collaborative event celebrates gender equality through inclusive activities connecting traditional values to the present. Come celebrate with us, all genders, at this family-friendly event hosted by Native Movement and the Alaska Native Heritage Center. We also invite you to attend and if you complete a survey about your experience you will receive a $50 gift card! (1 per family),” the Alaska Native Heritage Center wrote in its invitation.
The event was paid for by taxpayers: “Funding for this conference was made possible (in part) by SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government,” the center wrote.
SAMHSA is a federal agency dedicated to mental health and substance abuse treatment.
In addition to reading books, the men pranced and danced for the children in a way that can accurately be described as burlesque.