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October 26, 2023
Iowa Governor GOES OFF on smug reporter claims she's banning books: "Nasty, pornographic, should never be in a classroom"
For reasons known only to corporate journalismers, keeping porn out of school classrooms is considered "book banning." Even though, if you want to get your hands on these materials, Amazon can have them delivered to you in the afternoon. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a law requiring every book available to students IN SCHOOLS to be “age appropriate” and free of any “descriptions or visual depictions of a sex act."
One smug reporter too many accused the governor of book banning. She went bananas. (h/t Redstate)
In an interview I did with WHO13, I read some actual excerpts from the book. It was "All Boys Aren't Blue," actually read them, and you all couldn't even show that portion of the interview without a disclaimer and still didn't show it because you were uncomfortable, the media was uncomfortable with saying that on TV. But yet, somebody believes that our kids should be subjected to that?
NPR reports the book "is about growing up Black and queer, and always feeling different but not having the words to express it." However, the few words the author did have were overly sexual. If I understand the rules correctly, the media not reporting Gov. Reyonalds reading from the book means they are banning the book. Also, they're homophobic. Possibly transphobic too.
Our kids and our teachers deserve better. They deserve the tools to help these kids succeed, not a d**n distraction on a nasty, pornographic book that should never, ever be in a classroom. Now, if you're a parent, and you think it's important, this is good, for your child to have access to that. Okay, go buy the book. We didn't ban them. Go buy the book, sit down, have a conversation with a child, but let's not put that on the teachers, and let's not put that on the schools, and I think it's pretty clear.
You'd think that would be clear. If you as a parent feel your kid learning about tasting their vagina slime, teaching them the proper techniques of giving a "handy," or showing them a graphic play-by-play of two dudes f*cking is crucial to their development, go on Amazon.com. You'll get the book by the time they are home from school and you can enjoy the smut together.
Instead, because progressives want this material in schools and get a perverse kick out of sexualizing children, they had the definition of "banning books" changed. Governor Reynolds doesn't have time for that.
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