REPORT: Drag Queen Who Simulated Sexual Act On A Bar Of Soap Sells Out Story Hour Put On By Children’s Bookstore


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A drag queen, who goes by the stage name “Cookie Doe,” and simulated a sexual act on a bar of soap in a video will be performing at a children’s book store’s drag queen story hour marketed to “families,” according to an event link.

“Join us for an hour of literary fun. Cookie Doe will share some beautiful stories. We will have some activities and cookies available also,” Saturday’s event link reads. The Children’s Chapter of the Montgomery Book Exchange is hosting the event, and has posted multiple links advertising the upcoming event.

“This special event is so relevant in today’s climate. We look forward to sharing some positive and uplifting stories, and for families to get to know Cookie Doe and learn more about kindness,” the event description reads. (RELATED: Parental Rights Advocates Battle With Activist Media Over Child Sex Change Treatments)

In a since-deleted Instagram video first reported by the Twitter account Woke Societies, Cookie Doe, whose real name is reportedly Michael Vogt, massages a penis-shaped block of soap as he demonstrates how to wash a person’s hands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Just get that soap everywhere, you know just really get it — ,” he says as he inadvertently drops the soap bar. “Ooh it’s black licorice, I love it!” he continues in the video shared by Woke Societies.

The event, put on by the Montgomery Book Exchange Children’s Chapter, is currently sold out.

“Love always wins,” the group wrote on Facebook March 23, with a link to the event.

“You may have seen some negative, misinformed, posts about this event we’re hosting at the MBE Children’s Chapter, our kids bookstore,” Montgomery Book Exchange wrote in another post. “We decided to hold this event fully aware of possible negativity, but more importantly, fully aware of the positive impact it could have on our community.”

The Orange County Young Republicans released a statement to the Daily Caller Tuesday stating their opposition to the “sexualization of children and those who condone it.”

“We vehemently oppose this event and demand MBE ‘Children’s’ Chapter cancel or substitute the reading with something child-appropriate or face the natural business repercussions of their poor choices.”

The Montgomery Book Exchange Children’s Chapter did not respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.