Libs Of TikTok Creator To Compete Against Drag Story Hour Event

Chaya Raichik, the owner of the popular Twitter account Libs of TikTok, has announced that she will be participating in a children’s story reading event to compete with a government-promoted drag queen story hour event in New York.

New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) has decided to host and promote a “Drag Story Hour read-a-thon” at an LGBT Community Center in the state, which is expected to be very similar to most drag queen events — which feature scantily-clad men masquerading as women.

“My office is proud to host a Drag Story Hour read-a-thon on Sunday, March 19 from 11AM-3PM,” James announced in a post on Instagram.

The event was also announced in an Eventbrite post, which read: “Join Attorney General Letitia James, Drag Storytellers, and city and state elected leaders for a Drag Story Hour Read-A-Thon.”

Every city and state official listed as co-sponsors of the event is a Democrat.

Meanwhile, Raichik has decided to host a different story hour at the same time as the left-wing gender ideology indoctrination event.

“NY AG Letitia James is hosting a drag story hour for kids this Sunday. I decided to host my own story hour down the street from hers! Protect your kids and come hear an important message at an event that’s actually family-friendly,” she tweeted from her Libs of TikTok account.

Raichik plans to read a children’s book that she wrote, entitled “No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern,” which teaches children to trust their parents and not to keep secrets from them — a lesson that directly opposes left-wing gender ideology, which teaches children to question their gender and their parents’ teachings, and often tells them to outright hide these “secrets” from their families.

The Eventbrite post for Raichik’s story hour notes that the event — which will be held on Sunday at the Women’s National Republican Club — also features Brave Books founder Trent Talbot.

According to Raichik, her book features a teacher character who “suspiciously convinces his students to eat candy and treats everyday at school while telling them to keep it a secret from their parents.”

“Mr. Wooly uses phrases like, ‘don’t worry about what your parents said,’ ‘you can trust me,’ and ‘my class is a safe space.’ These are the very phrases that predators in authority positions use on children,” she added.