The tony Avalon outdoor mall in Alpharetta is a high-end shopping experience, and highly curated for expensive retailers and restauranteurs, to serve its wealthy target market.
Avalon is also now alleged by Alpharetta citizens to be a hotspot for child sexualization, or in other words, 'child grooming', many local residents have told The Georgia Record.
The retail outlet Posman Books held another in a string of 'Drag Queen Shows' recently. The event was attended by a small number school-aged children and their parents, according to witnesses. The event was also attended by scores of enraged parents and nearby residents, furious at the material presented, which they feel is nothing other than the sexualization of children, and what they say is 'child grooming', or preparing small children to be approached and abused by pedophiles. The 'transgender' agenda is also on display. The 'transitioning' (or physical mutilation) of children often leads to suicide and mental illness years later, when the child realizes what was done to them.
The Georgia Record contacted Posman Books several times for this story, asking to speak to the manager. We were routinely told, 'the manager would be back tomorrow'. Tomorrow never came and the manager never returned our call.
We also spoke to Paul Bodine of the management team of Avalon, or NA Properties. He asked for an email regarding the situation, but never responded to the email we sent. Another local resident spoke to Bodine, and she quoted him in a remark to her on the phone, "Wow, you really know a lot about the child grooming issue," but Bodine did not provide any other comments to the concerned citizen, who wishes to remain anonymous out of concern for her children in local schools, who have been targeted by school officials.
Alpharetta residents called and asked if background checks were done on the 'drag queen' presenter and were hung up on at Posman Books.
Readers can decide for themselves if Posman Books is attempting to push a radical cultural Marxist agenda, or is just promoting 'family fun' events.