Parent Rips North Carolina School Board for Promoting Graphic Gay Sex Book to Seventh-Graders

Warning: Sexually Graphic

A mother from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District in North Carolina rebuked the school board and superintendent for allowing 7th graders access to a graphic book that promotes “the ins and outs of gay sex.”

Education investigative journalist Christopher Rufo posted the video to Twitter of the parent reading a section of This Book Is Gay by LGBTQ activist Juno Dawson.

This Book Is Gay by Juno Dawson was found in a seventh-grade classroom at Collinswood Middle School,” the parent said. “It was also on the ELA recommended reading list for seventh graders at Jay M. Robinson Middle School.”

The mother read the chapter on “the ins and outs of gay sex.”

She read (Warning: Graphic):

Perhaps the most important skill you will master as a gay or bi man is a timeless classic: the hand job … Learning how to find a partner’s personal style can take ages, but it can be very rewarding when you do. Something they don’t teach you in school is that in order to be able to cum at all you or your partner may need to finish off with a handy. A lot of people find it hard to cum through other types of sex.

The parent continued to read, “a good handy is all about the wrist action.”

“Rub the head of his cock back and forth with your hand,” she read. “Try different speeds and pressures until he responds positively. A bad handy is grasping a penis and shaking it like a ketchup bottle.”

“It’s no wonder that 92% of CMS graduating seniors aren’t college or career ready when you’re instructing them on how to give blowjobs and handys,” the mother said, directing her attention to the school board. “Instead of teaching them how to add and subtract.

The parent accused the superintendent of saying the book was “quote, brought into the classroom by a teacher with no intent to allow students access.”

“Any teacher that puts material like this on his or her bookshelf is either a bad teacher or a pedophile who grooms children,” the mother concluded as her time was called.

Amazon touts This Book Is Gay as “the bestselling young adult non-fiction book on sexuality and gender!”

“This candid, funny, and uncensored exploration of sexuality and what it’s like to grow up LGBTQ also includes real stories from people across the gender and sexual spectrums, not to mention hilarious illustrations,” Amazon’s description continues.

“School districts should adopt a simple policy: pornographic and sexually explicit content is not permitted in the classroom and the school library,” Rufo tweeted, addressing the left-wing accusation that such a policy would constitute a “book ban.”

“That’s not a ‘book ban,’” he said. “It’s a common sense, age-appropriate restriction supported by 79% of the public.”

A Rasmussen Reports survey conducted September 20-21 found 77 percent of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters are “concerned” that school children are “being exposed to sexual material that is not age appropriate.” Of these, 55 percent are “very concerned.”

“Voters overwhelmingly oppose sexually explicit books in public school libraries, and believe schools have an obligation to inform parents what their children are being taught,” poll sponsor The Capitol Resource Institute noted.

The poll found 89 percent of likely voters think public schools should fully inform parents about what is being taught in their children’s classrooms, including 70 percent who say it is “very important.”

Among those surveyed, 69 percent of voters say books containing explicit sexual depictions of sex acts, including homosexual sex, should not be placed in public high school libraries.

“The majority opposed to sexually explicit books in public school libraries rises to 79% for middle schools and 85% for elementary schools,” Rasmussen Reports and Capitol Resource Institute say.

“There is no such thing as ‘age-appropriate’ for obscenity and pornography in public school libraries,” said Karen England, president of Capitol Resource Institute (CRI). “If the public knew how many books containing explicit sexual depictions of sex acts where in their public school libraries they would be pulling their children out of school immediately.”

The Star News Network reached out for comment to Charlotte-Mecklenburg district superintendent Hugh Hattabaugh and is awaiting a response.

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Susan Berry, PhD, is national education editor at The Star News Network. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “ Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District Meeting” by Christopher Rufo.

 

 

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  1. LM

    What a disgrace that public schools have deteriorated to this.

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