Monday, September 30, 2019

Dueling Online Petitions Cross Swords As Mid-Continent Public Library Trans Teachable Moment Confronts Temporary Shut Down

Life lesson cultural war debate pits two outspoken special interests against one another in a fight over the public, taxpayer supported space. Read more:

Transgender program on hold after Mid-Continent Public Library receives community complaints

Thursday evening, the space where the Buckner, Missouri, branch of Mid-Continent Public Library hosts its community events sat empty. The event space was supposed to be filled with attendees of the library system's second Trans 101 event, but the presentation was postponed.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sorry faggots, not welcome at the library. Go swish around elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Steve Potter, who’s been the CEO and Library Director of Mid-Continent for nine years, says it is the library’s intention to get the program rescheduled after the board has time to think about the issue.

The LGBT Steve Potter? That explains it.

Got to indoctrinate the public on the wonders of transgenders.

Mid-Continent leadership sucks.

Anonymous said...


We shouldn't even be having this conversation. Educating people on such a stupid thing as tranny suicide is a waste, let them find out for themselves and the parents get what they deserve.

Anonymous said...

Keep this Meme crap out of our libraries.

Anonymous said...

The KANSAS CITY ATHEIST COALITION gave a lot of support to a young tyranny from Smithville. Ever wonder how that turned out?

Anonymous said...

Contact your Board Member and discuss:


https://www.mymcpl.org/library-information/about-mcpl/board-of-trustees

Anonymous said...

Too bad "date night" was canceled. Oh well, already a "volunteer" at a couple of area high schools.

Anonymous said...

The four people who stopped this scheduled event threatened to organize a "boycott of the Library", but couldn't get any support for it after somebody figured out that meant nobody in Buckner would be able to get in the Internet or take home a DVD if they did boycott.