NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! A member of the Florida school board expressed her “disgust” at the pornographic materials that are available to children and spoke of the tight deadline for their removal before the 2022–2023 school year.
“There isn’t, in my opinion, any reason for it. And I can say that via my personal investigation of our school library, I have so far found 75 volumes that I am working to challenge in order to help us stop focusing on ourselves “Fox News Digital was informed by Ashley Gilhousen of the Clay County School District board. She continued by saying that she thought “disciplinary action” was necessary to deal with people who exposed children to pornographic and other improper publications in public schools.
Mom of three Clay County public school boys remarked, “I’m horrified that anyone would believe it’s appropriate stuff to have in a school library.” Anyone who provides this kind of material to a child deserves to face consequences, according to the law.
The book “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison, which is about a boy remembering oral sex from when he was “ten years old,” was one of the books Gilhousen highlighted.
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Another book, “Julian is a Mermaid,” is regarded as an introduction to gender fluidity and is aimed for elementary-aged kids. The young man constantly changes into his undies. Later, he dons a headpiece and lipstick. Before being led to the NYC Mermaid Parade, where he is free to express himself, he is next given costume jewelry.
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Another book that used to be in the area was Alice Sebold’s “Lucky,” which detailed the horrors of a college girl being raped.
Media specialists who meet with publishers to bring books for school libraries, according to Gilhousen, are partially to blame. According to Gilhousen, publishers may provide a list of best-selling children’s books that should be ordered, or they may include “bonus books” in an order.
Gilhousen said, “Some of those are more politically motivated agenda-type publications are sneaked in that manner.
Gilhousen took part in a meeting on June 30 that became well-known. A father called Bruce Friedman attempted to read portions from pornographic books from the district library during the meeting, but his microphone was switched off immediately.
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The board declared a state of emergency later in the meeting, which established a “system so that as soon as a book is disputed, it is withdrawn from the shelf until it is reviewed.”