by Juan Cortes, Age 10 and IndyKids Staff Some drag queens around the United States are taking to a different kind of stage: one at the front of a public library. The Drag Queen Story Hour, which started in 2015 in San Francisco, are events which see drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, …
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