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NEW YORK- In yet another disturbing example of indoctrination of children by the radical LGBT movement, Breitbart News reports that the New York State Department of Education is promoting a cartoonist named Maia Kobabe, who has authored a book called, “Gender Queer: A Memoir.”
What could possibly go wrong?
According to Breitbart, the book features explicit drawings of teens performing sex acts such as oral sex, along with a number of others.
According to the Department of Education, they claim they were “not aware of the graphic nature of the contents of the book, which is not apparent from its title.”
This is of course yet another incident where those responsible for educating our children plead ignorance when their motives are uncovered. Law Enforcement Today recently reported on another such incident from Connecticut, which we will address below.
Breitbart writes that the book was promoted by librarian Lauren Moore after the far left National Education Association, through its Read Across America program, encouraged New York’s Department of Education to solicit librarians across the state to share their favorite books, as reported in The Post Millennial.
Kobabe, who uses “e/em/eir” pronouns…whatever the hell that means…saw Moore write that she is “grateful for books that let my kid know they are not alone.” Alrighty then.
As one might expect, the images contained in Kobabe’s book have slammed the decision to push the book, with many expressing disgust about the graphic depictions of sex acts, while also encouraging (of course) children to question their gender identity.
The official NY State Education Dept Twitter account is promoting a book containing pornographic content for children. pic.twitter.com/r0mQlNIZB9
In one case, a twitter user shared explicit images from the book, along with an email exchange she’d had with administrators from the North Kingstown, Rhode Island School Department in order to bring the perverted content to the school’s attention.
“Gender Queer is available in our library, is intended for a teenage and young adult audience, and in my opinion would be considered a valuable resource for someone who is working through issues of sexual identity and/or identifying as transgender,” a school administrator wrote.
The administrator went on in the email to make the absurd claim that the content was not in fact pornographic, but was somewhere along the same lines as the work of Italian sculptor Michelangelo.
The Superintendent of North Kingstown High School argues that the child pornography in the book, Gender Queer, supports "sexual health."
“[I]mages in a Playboy magazine would be considered pornographic, but a statue from Michelangelo, sexual images in an anatomy textbook or sexual references in health class discussion or in many works of literature are not,” the administrator wrote.
“In this case, the intent of the author is to be concerned for the sexual health of those who are transgender, clearly not to be phonograpic [sic],” the administrator continued.
Not pornography? Someone might want to let Instagram know. According to author and mathematician Dr. James Lindsay, when images from Gender Queer: A Memoir are uploaded to the platform, they are removed by the site, which advises that the photos violate Instagram’s Community Guidelines on “nudity or sexual activity.”
“Instagram agrees that the groomer book in our kids’ schools is pornographic,” Lindsay claims.
Meanwhile, Emily DeSantis of the New York State Department of Education told The Post Millennial that, “SED was not aware of the graphic nature of the contents of the book, which is not apparent from its title.”
“Once we became aware, we immediately removed the post,” she added. “SED is investigating the circumstances under which this title was selected and posted.”
The Post Millennial noted that the book is still being promoted by the Manhattan Public Library, as well as the New York Public Library, along with dozens of others.