EDITOR:

As a believer in God and the Holy Bible, I don't approve of allowing families with small children to see men dressed up like women to get on stage and dance partially clad with vulgar movements, and then announcing that other men could receive training to become drag queens.

Since the Paducah City Commission approved the fairness ordinance, all this has occurred so quickly and all was approved against the request of many citizens.

What will be next? Drag queens in our libraries, unisex bathrooms in our schools, or transgender sports teams?

Please stand up against this.

Russell Hobbs

Paducah

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