US — Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A recently elected judge best known for his role as president and CEO of Cream City Foundation, a fiscal sponsor of the Milwaukee chapter of Drag Queen Story Hour, was arrested after investigators connected him to graphic videos depicting sexual abuse of children.A page now removed from the Cream City Foundation website says “DQSH [Drag Queen Story Hour] captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.” The organization called DQSH the “point of first contact for families seeking LGBTQ+ information” and provided a method for website visitors to sign up to sponsor the event.The Drag Queen Story Hour, Drag Queen Storytime and Drag Story Time events have come under fire around the globe in recent months. In mid 2019, the group Mass Resistance discovered that Albert Garza, a registered sex offender who served five months’ probation for the 2009 sexual assault on an 8-year-old child, was reading to children for “Drag Queen Storytime” at the Houston Public Library under the name Tatiana Mala Niña. Mass Resistance said the City of Houston had ignored months of requests for information about the drag queens before the group launched its own investigation. The group filed a lawsuit against the mayor and the Houston Public Library Executive Director.