(by Matt Lamb | LifeSite News) – A U.S. Air Force base in Germany will not host a drag queen event originally advertised for June.
Ramstein Air Force Base’s library advertised a “Drag Queen Story Time” event on June 2. The U.S. Air Force base in Germany invited children to “wear your brightest and most colorful outfits” for the event with a drag queen named Stacey Teed.
The Air Force told the Post Millennial the event will not occur.
The conservative publication added a note from a spokesperson for the military to its original May 24 article which reads:
An advertisement was posted to the base library social media page before the event had completed Ramstein’s established processes for special observance coordination and approval. The advertisement has been removed and the event will not take place. Ramstein leaders strive to foster a culture based on inclusion where all people are treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their political views, color of their skin, or sexual orientation. The base’s established processes will ensure all future special observance events are properly reviewed and approved prior to advertisement.