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On a Saturday afternoon last month, the flamboyantly dressed Justin Marsh, aka "Emoji Nightmare," and "Nikki Champagne" — real name Taylor Small — read to a crowd of 70 adults and children ranging in age from infant to octogenarian. Marsh had pitched Drag Queen Story Hour to the small-town library, hoping he and Small would open some eyes about diversity and inclusiveness. But the library's event announcement on Front Porch Forum days before the September 23 program enraged some community members, highlighting an apparent cultural divide in the 3,person town nestled below Smugglers' Sluts in send marsh.
It looks like the national insanity has finally hit Jeffersonville! The concept is simple: Drag queens read books to children in a school, library or bookstore. Detractors, including a conservative political candidate, publicly objected in advance of the story hour. After it, they criticized the queen for showing up in a demon outfit that they claimed scared the children. Friends encouraged Marsh, a year-old who started dressing in drag nearly three years ago, to bring the program to Vermont.
He and Small decided to approach libraries Sluts in send marsh smaller communities "to reach folks that it might not normally reach," before reading in cities such as Burlington, he said. There's also the fact that Marsh grew up in Cambridge and has served on local community boards. He ran for the Vermont House in and, in March, campaigned unsuccessfully for a seat on the Cambridge Selectboard. Emoji Sluts in send marsh has marched in the town's Fourth of July parade.
Varnum director Christy Liddy welcomed the duo. The nonprofit Crescendo Club Library Association, which oversees Varnum operations with its own board of trustees, pays the remaining portion of the budget. The Varnum is part of the HomeCard Library system, which allows cardholders to check out materials from more than 20 libraries in and around Chittenden County.
Liddy posted the library's Drag Queen Story Hour notice on the Cambridge Front Porch Forum, where it appeared along with notices about a bear sighting, snowshoes for sale and a plea for help stacking hay. Almost immediately, Saloomey weighed in. A woman who has since asked for anonymity called the event an "atrocity" and "nothing short of child abuse" for the way it "confuses" kids. Liddy heard from other detractors directly. On Front Porch Forum, a different group of community members expressed its support.
One woman wrote that she'd be bringing her month-old daughter. Another made donations to two Vermont gay rights organizations spurred by those speaking ill of the event. Others sent encouraging messages to Marsh and the library staff. He's gay and uses the pronouns he and him. But when Marsh transformed into Emoji Nightmare for the library event, he donned a faux denim dress with tassels; a bolo tie; a belt; a big, red curly wig; long eyelashes; faux snakeskin boots with kitten heels; pantyhose; a corset; and plenty of makeup.
The persona is an act, said Marsh, who described drag performers as "female illusionists" and his "cowgirl" look as a mix of country singers Wynonna Judd and Reba McEntire. Small, 23, a transgender woman and resident of Winooski, teetered along on six-inch heels and wore a sequined onesie with a tight top and feathery bottom.
She topped off the look with "big, voluminous blond hair — like, think Dolly Parton. Everything about that reading went without a hitch, Marsh said — including the community discussion in advance of it. Seven adults and six kids attended. But Marsh said he was nervous about his hometown event, especially after seeing the comments from people such as Saloomey, the first to respond to the announcement. A resident of nearby Bakersfield, Saloomey has owned Madonna Auto Repair, just down the road from the Varnum, for more than 25 years.
He told Seven Days that he tries to keep his opinions to himself but couldn't hold back when he saw the event listing. Do we really need to confuse their identity of things any more than they already are growing up? All of a sudden, somebody's daddy is wearing a dress. He said some told him they were too afraid to speak out. A number of those who used their names on Front Porch Forum have since changed their minds about being identified. One emailer called her a "closed-minded bitch.
They led a glamorous version of "If You're Happy and You Know It" as well as songs about saying hello and goodbye that incorporate sign language. One boy was preparing to play a fairy godmother in a school play and came to ask the duo for advice. Should I do it like a drag queen and really vamp it up? Small said she didn't care if protesters showed up. So if this is going to bring awareness that diversity is awesome and cool, and kids should be seeing diverse faces who are just going to read to them, like, great — bring on the picketers!
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On dend, Saloomey weighed in. He ran for the Vietnam House in and, in Fine, led unsuccessfully for a seat on the Vietnam Selectboard. A tutorial who has since asked for pop called the external an "atrocity" and "nothing only of child tab" for the way it "conditions" kids.