This Week‘s Featured Article


The Real Story Behind Drag Queen Story Hour.

Drag Queen Story Hour—in which performers in drag read books to kids in libraries, schools, and bookstores—has become a cultural flashpoint. The political Right has denounced these performances as sexual transgressions against children, while the political Left has defended them as an expression of LGBTQ pride.

The drag queen might appear as a comic figure, but he carries an utterly serious message: the deconstruction of sex, the reconstruction of child sexuality, and the subversion of middle-class family life. The ideology that drives this movement was born in the sex dungeons of San Francisco and incubated in the academy. It is now being transmitted, with official state support, in a number of public libraries and schools across the United States. By excavating the foundations of this ideology and sifting through the literature of its activists, parents and citizens can finally understand the new sexual politics and formulate a strategy for resisting it.

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The “Respect for Marriage Act” Will Harm Children.

The law is a teacher, and the “Respect for Marriage Act” is a bad one. Enshrining legal lies about the truth of marriage harms all of society, most especially children. From facile heterosexual marriage dissolutions to novel family arrangements, children are harmed when their rights to their own mother and father are disregarded for the sake of adult desires. Read more

Women are capable of motherhood and accomplishment – even in the midst of war.

A team of women from Ukraine who attended Heartbeat International’s European Pregnancy Help Summit in Bucharest, Romania, last month was an example of courage and strength – once again showing the world that women are capable of being mothers and accomplishing the work to which they are called. Read more

It Takes a Village to Take Your Child.

Hillary Clinton’s 1996 groomer handbook It Takes a Village made the case that parents can’t do it alone; you need an active and involved community to raise your children for with you. “We all depend on other adults whom we know—from teachers to doctors to neighbors to pastors—and on those whom we may not—from police to firefighters to employers to media producers [!] to political leaders—to help us inform, support, or protect our children.”

Increasingly, however, the only danger the Village wants to protect your own kids from is YOU. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

Why are Kenya’s boarding schools literally going up in flames?

Shortly after independence, the Kenyan government moved to take over many of these schools and established a number of new ones as well. Many have seen in the school grab a tragedy — and it very likely was. The bigger tragedy, however, is that the Kenyan government does a dismal job of running schools. In the case of boarding schools, which must take care of the full gamut of needs of large groups of growing and energetic children, away from their parents, it failed outright, and continues to do so. Read more

Philadelphia school to hold drag event for six year olds.

Philadelphia’s second most coveted K-8 public school, Albert Greenfield School in the Philadelphia school district, is now hosting Drag Queen Story Hour for first-grade children.

A parent from the school said she is finally waking up to the real agenda, “It’s got to be everywhere, on repeat, and they have to start them as soon as possible. That is the strategy…remove parents’ authority and rights.”

The School District of Philadelphia responded to Libs of TikTok’s request for comment by defending the Drag Queen Story Hour for first graders saying they are committed to “inclusivity.” Read more

Forcing Children to Declare and Use Pronouns Risks Psychological Harm.

A “disturbing trend” in schools across the country risks psychological harm to children by forcing them to identify their gender, declare their preferred pronouns, and refer to others with confusing pronouns that don’t seem to agree with reality, a California child therapist told The Epoch Times. Read more

Sanctity of Life

Pope Francis Appoints Another Abortion Activist to Pontifical Academy for Life.

As LifeNews reported, the pope appointed Mariana Mazzucato, an economist who has advocated for abortion repeatedly on Twitter, and six other academics to the academy on Oct. 15. Each will serve a five-year term.

But, as the Catholic News Agency reports today, the Pope also appointed Sheila Dinotshe Tlou, a nursing professor who is a former health minister in Botswana, to the panel. The problem is Tlou has gone on social media condemning “unsafe abortions” and promoting “access” to abortions — all code words for legalizing abortions in nations like her that at least somewhat protect life. Read more

New trial seeks FDA approval for extending abortion pill use later in gestation.

Chemically ending the lives of over 500,000 preborn babies yearly with the abortion pill (5 million since its approval in 2000) is a staggering and sobering number — and thanks to pro-abortion groups like Gynuity Health Projects (GHP), this number is likely to increase.

The abortion pill regimen, which consists of mifepristone (RU-486) and misoprostol, is currently only FDA-approved through 70 days (10 weeks) gestation. But, as Live Action News has reported, the industry is already committing abortions well past this timeframe, flouting FDA’s guidelines. Now, Gynuity is testing the abortion pill for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval up to 84 days or 12 weeks — a point at which the preborn child’s bones are beginning to calcify (harden), and when studies indicate that the child has the capacity to feel pain. Read more

Conscience remains the soul of the medical profession.

The movement to uphold the conscientious practice of medicine is a struggle for the soul of the profession. It is a struggle to maintain that it has a soul and is a profession. Doctors who object often have sound professional reasons to do so, based on experience, evidence or concerns for the best care and safety of their patients. Healthcare is not just a machine within which one must “minimise disruption” and “maximise satisfaction” of healthcare consumers. Read more


Welcome to the ‘No-Go Zones’ for Jews at Berkeley Law School.

When Law Students for Justice in Palestine (LSJP) at Berkeley’s law school promoted a bylaw that would create what critics have characterized as “no-go zones for Jews,” they may not have anticipated the thunderous and widespread denunciation they have since experienced for their toxic and radical tactic to marginalize and alienate Zionists and Jews on campus. Read more

Muslim Parents Latest Group to Vent Outrage Over Sexually Explicit Books in Public Schools.

In the case of Dearborn, Muslim parents take issue with the placement of sexually explicit books in school libraries as well as a policy which would require parents to state the reason they object to a given book before it is reviewed by media specialists, the Daily Caller reported.

“You see this frustration growing all across the country and in Dearborn we’re not tied to the left or the right on this issue,” parent Hassan Chami told the Daily Caller. “We believe that education should be impartial. The media is trying to change the narrative that this is about LGBT. It is not. Whether this is a homosexual book or heterosexual book, sexually explicit material is immoral and does not belong in schools.” Read more

Another religious liberty case comes before the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear another case about what states can force people to do when it comes to their faith and their business. The issues at stake are nearly identical to Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case narrowly ruled in favor of cake baker, Jack Phillips, in 2018.

The latest case involves Lorie Smith, a Colorado -based website designer. Due to the authoritarian Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act, Smith worries she’ll face punitive measures if she refuses to create original online content that doesn’t align with her beliefs. When her case reached the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the court ruled that “the government may, based on content and viewpoint, force Lorie to convey messages that violate her religious beliefs and restrict her from explaining her faith.” Read more


U.S. and EU Hold Food Relief Hostage to LGBT Agenda.

The UN body tasked with coordinating global efforts to help countries address food shortages had to postpone an agreement because the U.S. and the European Union insisted on the inclusion of homosexuality and transgender. Indonesia, China, Russian Federation, Sudan, Cameroon, Malaysia and the Holy See, among others, objected.

The Biden administration and the European Union promised that they would only accept an agreement that included terms such as “multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination”, “women in all their diversity,” and “sexual and reproductive health and rights.”

While not explicitly about homosexual and transgender issues, these terms are defined by Western agencies and UN programs as requiring programming that promotes and accepts homosexuality and transgenderism. Read more

State Department Funds ‘Drag Theater Performances’ in Ecuador.

The U.S. Department of State has given more than $20,000 to a cultural center in Ecuador so that it can conduct “drag theatrical performances,” Fox News revealed.

A non-profit called Centro Ecuatoriano Norteamericano (CEN) received a $20,600 grant to “promote diversity and inclusion. “CEN’s project in support of “diversity and inclusion” will include “three workshops,” “12 drag theater performances,” and a “2 minute documentary.” Read more

‘DIY sex-swap drugs’ sold online without prescription.

United Pharmacies (UK), a Hong Kong-based company, does not require a medical evaluation to have taken place before dispensing the drugs in plain packaging disguised as body care products.

The newspaper was able to order drugs within minutes on the website, without providing any proof of age or a prescription, and the drugs were delivered within five days. Read more