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School reinstates porn in name of ‘diversity’

Child pornography is making a comeback in public schools in Fairfax County, Virginia.

On September 23 school board meeting, parents in the district spoke out against the inclusion of two books in the school library – Jonathan Evison’s “The Lawn Boy” and Maia Kobabe’s “Gender Queuer”.

Both books contain erotic cartoon-style illustrations.

Thereafter, Fairfax County Public Schools decided to temporarily remove the books from the library until they were reviewed.

Well, the district reviewed the books and, on Friday, a pair of committees unanimously determined their inclusion in the school library was acceptable despite the pornography.

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Based on WJLA-TV, FCPS “said the decision to reinstate books reaffirms the district’s ongoing commitment to providing diverse reading materials that reflect our student population, allowing every child the opportunity to see themselves are reflected in literary characters.”

In its review, an FCPS committee noted that there was “no manifestation of pedophilia” in “Lawn Boy,” despite previous reports to the contrary.

Indeed, parents had previously believed that “The Lawn Boy” depicted a young boy having sex with an adult man, but this accusation turned out to be misreading.

Should these books be allowed in public schools?

Yes: 5% (3 votes)

No: 95% (57 votes)

Even without pedophile The accusations, however, cannot be denied that the book contains child pornography.

The author of the book admitted that in his own response to the pedophilia allegations.

“My protagonist, Mike, had a sexual experience at a youth group meeting at age ten with another ten-year-old boy, something Mike is still ashamed of as an adult,” writes Evison. for a blog named NW Book Lovers.

“Mike takes this particular sexual experience and revisits it through the lens of humor (sometimes uncomfortable) as he re-contextualizes the event as part of his self-actualization. There is graphic language in this scene, depicting sexual acts”.

Incredibly, it appears that officials at Fairfax County Public Schools believe this type of material is safe for minors, even though the author himself admits it is “for an adult audience.”

This type of content normalizes sexual behavior towards minors.

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Based on Today’s Psychology, this type of tactic – normalizing sexual behavior by exposing minors to child pornography – is a tactic that sex offenders have tried and actually used to groom their victims their young age.

“Offenders may ask about their target’s current knowledge of sex and/or introduce them to pornography, often leaving it around for easy detection,” wrote Kelli Palfy for the magazine. this issue in August.

“Pornography may depict other children engaging in sexual acts and is designed to establish interest and stimulate arousal, while reducing resistance to being on their own.” engage in such conduct.”

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