A Drag Queen Story hour performer exposed his crotch in front of the children during the event in Ridgedale Library in Minnetonka, Minnesota. One writer who was present at that place and time published the photo that soon gained everyone's attention.
Anne Taylor, who took the shot, noted in her post that there were 22 children present at the event, ranging for infants to elementary schoolers, along with adults. As she explained, performer Sasha Sota appeared in pink miniskirt, high heels, and a shirt with exposed midriff. As he sat down, he spread his legs wide, exposing his crotch that was covered only by nylon. As Taylor noticed, the drag queen was nervous and often did the same thing. She concludes that while not all drag queens are not problematic persons, her experience tells that most of them are taking drugs and alcohol and do a lot of sex and self-abuse.
As for the library, in their statement, they explain that the activity that involves drag performers is a new program and that they are still learning. They also claim that while this was an unfortunate incident, the other performers so far didn't cause any problems. Following what happened, they've issued the dress code to ensure that the costumes will be appropriate in future events. They also suggest that mistakes may occur again, but that no matter what, they will continue with the program that is inclusive and teaches children how to accept and celebrate their differences. They claim that overall feedback is positive, especially from LGBT families.
Their words aren't enough for Children Protection League Action, which posted a few more images from these events on their Facebook, and the comments are mostly negative, suggesting that drag queen culture is not suitable for children.