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American Library Association Pushing Shockingly Obscene Comics On Schoolkids
Luke Rosiak | DailyWire
A pornographic school library book that caused an uproar in a northern Virginia school district this week is actually only one of an entire genre of books that are in schools across the country, thanks to backing from the Young Adult Library Services division of the American Library Association (YALSA).
The librarians group, which has a significant influence on school libraries, has long been accused of serving literature with a side of far-left political influence on impressionable young minds. But what is just as notable as the extreme sex and ideology in its most recent favorites is the fact that it has seemingly abandoned literature altogether in favor of ideological tracts that don’t require so much pesky reading: comics?
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Pornography in the Classroom? Sexually Explicit Material in Virginia Schools Sparks Outrage Among Parents
Parents of students in the wealthy Loudoun County, Virginia, Public School District (LCPS) torched the local school board over the assignment of sexually explicit, vulgar books to their high-school freshmen children.
On Tuesday, during the heated Loudoun County School Board meeting, a group of parents took to the stage to read excerpts from Tiffany D. Jackson’s book Monday’s Not Coming. The title’s contents are posted as part of the LCPS’ “Diverse text collection” for ninth grade and depict scenes of graphic underage sex and violent domestic abuse.
WARNING WARNING: DO NOT PLAY THIS RECORDING VIDEO FROM THE LOUDOUN MEETING IN THE PRESENCE OF OTHERS, IT CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE: LINK BELOW