A group called Southern Maryland Area Secular Humanists is sponsoring an event of teaching young boys how to be “drag queens” on this coming June 23, at 2 p.m. It will start with their so-called “story hour” which gives instruction about being a drag queen, and then at 3 p.m. is the “tutorial” of putting on the makeup and costumes of the drag queen.

Their advertisement on Facebook says “for tweens and teens,” but young boys simply do not have the maturity or the boundaries or any real power to say “no” to this kind of degradation and shame that the secular humanists group are orchestrating, and that is very troubling. The event is to be held at the Lexington Park library and this SMASH group calls the beginning as a “story hour” which gives the impression that it is a real library “story time” event, which it is not. The secular humanists do not accept that the morality of truth or lies are binding for them because any morality is just a matter of opinion in their view, so even a drag queen of having a man dressing up like a girl is a type of lie which they see as OK to teach to vulnerable children.

To confront that group with protesting just feeds into their false drama claiming prejudice and discrimination, when really it is a protest against their public display of child sexual abuse for the perverted pleasure of the adult spectators of that event. There is talk and arguing done on that group’s Facebook event page and so the group members do know and they have been told and have been explained of how wrong it is, but they have no interest in any view of right from wrong, because they being “secular humanists” makes them above any moral consideration. Sadly, that is their point and purpose: to demonstrate that they can violate decent standards and dare anyone to try to stop them.

There are some people who complain by sending letters and emails to the library, but the library is powerless against that group’s tricks to get its own way. The acronym for that group, SMASH, is a rather accurate description of their real intentions to smash down anything that gets in their way.

It is often said that the county or our political leaders can not resist or fight these kinds of groups or events, because we might lose in court or that it might go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Instead, we need to have the courage to resist this by every means available. Take it to the Supreme Court, too, if need be, because this event is created to abuse young vulnerable children while the adult spectators celebrate their own sexual superiority.

All across the United States, such groups are attacking American values and our time to respond is running thin.