Pornographic books in this high school library

Pornographic books in this high school library

A mother of six has confronted a school board in Virginia regarding pornographic books being available to children.

A clip has gone viral after she read aloud from two books she obtained from the Fairfax High School library; “Lawn Boy" by Jonathan Evison and "Gender Queer: A Memoir" by Maia Kobabe.

“Both of these books include pedophilia,” Stacey Langton told the board. “Sex between men and boys…One book describes a fourth-grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male. The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy.”

“I’m not one of those activist moms or disgruntled moms,” Langton said. “This is not about being anti-gay, anti-trans or whatever. I would have been there and said every single word I said if this had been the depiction of a heterosexual couple with heterosexual acts — pornography is pornography, and I don't care what the gender is. And by the way, it's even worse that the pornography involves children. That takes it to a whole other level of evil.”

The de-gendering of marriage in recent years has also led to the de-gendering of many other aspects of society. As warned, the sexualisation of children would increase as pretty much “anything goes” becomes legalised and celebrated.

Binary spokeswoman, Kirralie Smith, said parents must be aware.

“An increasing number of disturbing books are appearing on shelves in school and public libraries,” she said.

“Sexual orientations and identities are the trendy thing right now. Children do not need to be sexualised at school or anywhere else.

“They are children. Let kids be kids and keep pornography, especially paedophilic displays and descriptions, away from our kids.”