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Library Apologizes for Hiring “Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey” for Children’s Event. But What’s Next?

Move over Drag Queen Story Hour. You’re no longer alone: The “Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey” has now made an appearance at a children’s event — courtesy of adults who grew corrupt but never up.

 

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No, this isn’t bad satire, sadly. Such a character did actually appear at a Redbridge Libraries Summer Reading Challenge event at Goodmayes Library in east London in (once) Great Britain. A Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey is just what it sounds like, too: a man in a rainbow colored, bare-bottomed costume with a prosthetic phallus.

This trespass understandably caused outrage among parents. As the Gateway Pundit tells us, the “Standard reports that ‘Redbridge Council said that they did not arrange the event and it was organised by Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure (RCL), a registered charity and a non-profit organisation, who [sic] have ‘since apologised to residents’.”

 

 

Gateway also informs that the twisted Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey (video of the character below) is part of an entity called the Mandiga Arts Group.

 

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Now, following the blowback from parents and the wider world, reports Gateway, the library promised that “this will never happen again.” I’m certain of that, too.

Next time it may be a Rainbow Dildo Butt Donkey or a Rainbow Dildo Butt Rabbit.

 

Read the rest here.

 

Selwyn Duke (@SelwynDuke) has written for The New American for more than a decade. He has also written for The Hill, Observer, The American Conservative, WorldNetDaily, American Thinker, and many other print and online publications. In addition, he has contributed to college textbooks published by Gale-Cengage Learning, has appeared on television, and is a frequent guest on radio. Contact Selwyn Duke, follow him on Gab or Parler (preferably) or Twitter, or log on to SelwynDuke.com.

 

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