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(NY Post) A group of drag queens and activists dressed in black and white showed up on Friday at the Fayetteville Public Library in Fayetteville, Arkansas, to protest actor-writer Kirk Cameron’s story time event for families and children, according to book publisher Brave Books, whose staff were present at the reading.
The drag queens blocked the views of some families and children and distracted others from the book reading and remarks from the stage, said Brave Books.
The publisher shared photos taken by staff on the scene.
Los Angeles-based Cameron, an outspoken Christian who has been traveling across the country to public libraries to share messages of faith, family and country at children’s book readings and the singing of patriotic songs, told Fox News Digital in exclusive comments on Saturday morning that he found the disruptions disturbing.
“The small group of protesters, which included some grown men wearing silly makeup, dressed in skirts and heels, pretending to be women…Kirk Cameron book event interrupted by activists, drag queens: publisher