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    UK Drag Queen Teaches Children as Young as 3 How to Twerk

    Updated: August 7, 2019 at 8:00 pm EST  See Comments

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    EXETER — A video posted online shows a U.K. drag queen teaching children during a story time how to twerk, a squatted dance that involves shaking one’s behind in a sexually suggestive manner.

    Devon Libraries in Exeter announced on Tuesday that the performer, who goes by the name Mama G, would be appearing at the Barnstaple and Bideford libraries.

    “Mama G is back in Devon this week,” it posted to twitter. “Combining panto, drag and the traditional art of storytelling, Mama G will be sharing tales that celebrate being who you are & loving who you want.”

    According to an event website, Story Time with Mama G is deemed “suitable for children 3+ and their families” and features “fairy tales with a LGBTQ+ twist.” He has performed throughout the United Kingdom at libraries, bookshops and cafes, and was featured in the production of “Mother Goose” at the Brighton Fringe.

    “Come and meet Mama G’s range of wonderful characters: confused horses, feuding fairies, champion twerkers — and Oprah in stories that will make the whole family think, laugh and love,” a description of his Story Time Roadshow reads.

    “Let Mama G introduce your children to the world you want them to grow up in — one filled with love, equality and sequins!” it states. “There may even be a twerking competition, so get practicing!”

    View a promotional video of the roadshow here. Viewer discretion is advised.

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