• Q Plus Holding Drag Show Targeted To Children As Young As 9 Years Old At West Hartford Universalist Church

    Screenshot, Q+ Event Announcement on Facebook

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    Q Plus started running events in May 2019 with a queer youth open mic, and eventually grew into a 501(c)3 organization focused on "uplifting and empowering queer youth."

    The organization specifically offers activities for queer youth, including "pre-teens" with regular meetings and social group activities.

    Screenshot, Q Plus Facebook

    Now Q Plus plans on "uplifting and empowering queer youth" by targeting children as young as 9 years old for a drag show at the Universalist Church of West Hartford on April 19th.

    The drag show features performances by drag queens Felicity V. Lay and Perry Winkle.

    The Centinal has previously written about Felicity V. Lay, who coincidentally is also targeting children with a drag queen story hour in Enfield on April 20th. The Centinal article highlighted a number of controversial posts made by Lay who subsequently turned his X account private after being exposed.

    Screenshots, X

    Felicity V. Lay also reposted the notorious Satan account on X for suggesting performing a sex act on God. Yet despite this blasphemous comment, Lay is being welcomed to perform at yet another church.

    The Universalist Church of West Hartford has been a "Welcoming Congregation since 2003" which includes being welcoming of Felicity V. Lay and Perry Winkle.

    Screenshot, Universalist Church of West Hartford

    The church features a "Social Justice Ministry" and describes itself as a "community grounded in a Spirit of Love and Action" making the drag show a fitting addition to the calendar. The Social Justice Ministry mission includes things like a commitment to being anti-racist and "dismantling racism" and of course it supports Black Lives Matter and organizations like Q Plus.

    Q Plus operates groups targeted at youth in a number of towns in Connecticut, including Hartford, Middletown, New Haven, North Haven, Portland, Simsbury, Southington, and Wethersfield. In addition to support groups and activities targeted at children as young as nine years old, Q Plus also offers a two-week social justice, leadership, and advocacy summer camp program. 

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