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September 26, 2023
“Parental Rights Really Anger Me” Declares Author Of Book About Trans Fourth Grader
The really creepy author of a book about a fourth grader said that “parental rights really anger me” about families who are pushing back on books that sexualize children.
In a recent interview with Yahoo Entertainment, Alex Gino shared his degenerate views on a parent's role in ‘affirming’ their children and voiced anger towards parents who stand in the way of children who identify as non-binary or transgender.
"Parental rights really anger me," Alex Gino said. "Because what about human rights? People who are under 18 are human.” He added, “And if you are keeping information about the world from young people, you are leaving them less prepared to learn how to be in the world. I think it is fear that looks like anger. I think it is a fear of adults generally. Adults are not great at knowing what’s in the world. Kids are great at it. Kids are constantly learning what’s in the world and taking on new ideas. They learn who’s in the world, they learn how people are in the world."
The lack of self-awareness is appalling. He is really trying to project his delusion onto his parents.
And any adult who has ever been a child, which is every adult to have ever lived, knows that children have no idea what they want. So nice try on him, but no one is dumb enough to believe this crap.
He concludes, “Many adults feel like they have already learned who should be in the world, and if someone goes against their notion of that, they are somehow immoral. And there’s a particular panic about showing that or immorality to young people.
I guess Gino is now the self-proclaimed arbiter of mortality.
Too bad for him, most people don’t take parenting advice from a sick perverted psycho.
Gino, a 45-year-old man who identifies as non-binary, wrote a novel titled, "Melissa" that tells the story of a kid named George, who identifies as a girl named Melissa.
The book has reportedly faced bans in seven school districts across four states.
Gino changed the name of his book to "Melissa" in 2021, after he realized he had "deadnamed" the book's protagonist.
Because tranny logic is such crap, they can’t even keep up with it.
According to the Des Moines Register, some critics raised concerns with a bath scene in the book, where Gino's character "immersed her body in the warm water and tried not to think about what was between her legs, but there it was, bobbing in front of her.”
The American Library Association has also said that the book was the number one most challenged book of 2020.
They claimed it was "banned" because of "LGBTQIA+ content, conflicting with a religious viewpoint, and not reflecting 'the values of our community.'"
And I wonder why many states are starting to cut ties with the library association.