I'm actually surprised there wasn't more hype about this leading up to the event, since it's definitely a first-ever, but this past Saturday, the Portsmouth Public Library held their first-ever Drag Queen Story Hour for families. A good number of parents/grandparents brought their kids, and apparently it was pretty well-received from the crowd that went, with the kids all dancing around and having a blast.
Naturally, though, there's some opposition, mainly from people thinking the children were too young to interact with drag queens because of all the questions they'd have and confusion they may leave with. So, what are YOUR thoughts on what the library did? Great celebration of diversity, or too soon to tackle the topic?