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Kirk Cameron draws protesters in drag for children’s book reading at Arkansas library

Kirk Cameron drew another large crowd and some protesters at a reading of his children’s book in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the latest stop on his national library tour offering an alternative to drag queen story hours.

Hundreds of parents, children and supporters arrived Friday at the Fayetteville Public Library to see Mr. Cameron read his Christian-themed children’s book “As You Grow,” published by Brave Books, as did a cluster of sign-carrying demonstrators, some dressed in drag.

“We wanted to be a light for the children that are here and might feel ostracizing in their own family,” “Sister Annie Philaxis,” a member of the drag group the Hillbilly Harlots, told 5News.

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