Watch: Dad Tries to Read Sexually Explicit Children's Book to School Board, But They Shut Him Down Real Fast
Even after a solid two years of school board protests, there are still pornographic and age-inappropriate books in school libraries. One of the latest exposés was at Anchorage School District in Alaska.
Jay McDonald attended last week's school board meeting and read a passage from "Let's Talk About It: The Teen's Guide to Sex, Relationships, and Being a Human." The book is a graphic novel criticized for its sexually explicit imagery and commentary. It was recently pulled from Florida school libraries.
McDonald starts speaking at around 1:05:00 in the video below.
ASD School Board Meeting 02/07/23www.youtube.com
McDonald read a portion of the book dedicated to "sexting," which gave teens tips on sending nude photos. Because what else could you want from a school library?
"Don’t forget to crop out your face, hide your birthmarks and scars, and edit out your piercings and tattoos, and don't forget to tell your sweetie how hot they look. Let them know you appreciate the little gift they've sent you."
McDonald then stopped to remind the board that the book was for kids. But he was quickly interrupted by board vice president Carl Jacobs, who asked him to stop reading and defer his complaints to the Superintendent. Some members disagreed since McDonald hadn't violated any rules. The matter was put to a vote, and the board voted for McDonald to stop reading.
This isn't the first time a school board has become uncomfortable with pornographic books from school libraries. It's insane that, though adults can't stand to hear even a portion of these books themselves, they vote to keep them in the libraries and allow children to read them.
McDonald has since withdrawn his children from the school district and will homeschool them for the foreseeable future. Which might soon be the way for any American family hoping to preserve their children's innocence.
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