Missouri school district changes its mind and will restore gay porn books to libraries

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All Boys Aren't Blue and Fun Home books. / Amazon

Get used to it, parents: At government schools, teachers will give your kids gay-sex lessons, and you can’t stop it.

In direct defiance of parents trying to preserve a wall between their school-aged children and homosexual activism, a Missouri school district is putting two books with graphic gay sex content back on the shelves at high school libraries.

The North Kansas City (NKC) School District had taken All Boys Aren’t Blue and Fun Home out of the libraries earlier in November after parents complained about their contents. The removal sparked outcry from the American Civil Liberties Union and some students, the Associated Press reported. But a letter to NKC district families sent on Nov. 19 said that both books would again be made available in district high schools.

The ACLU of Missouri sent a letter to school officials on Nov. 22 that accused the district of breaching First Amendment protections by restricting students’ ability to access ideas like having sex with their own gender, AP reported.

“The Board has no basis for denying student access to a specific book based on the disagreement and discomfort of certain parents with the book’s content,” the letter said. “We demand that the Board reverse the recent determination to remove books … and that the books be returned to school library shelves no later than 10:00 p.m. on November 22, 2021.”

The board plans to discuss the two books during a meeting on Nov. 29.

A group called the Northland Student Association also protested the removal, saying “all of the books they have targeted have a clear bias toward people of color, women, or LGBTQIA+ people.” The group started a petition to have the books returned.

Here is a passage from the book, “All Boys Aren’t Blue”:

“We both got up and went into his bedroom, where we got completely naked. He took off his clothes and immediately lay on his stomach. I then took off my shirt, and then my boxer briefs. I got behind him…For the first few minutes, we dry humped and grinded. I was behind him, with my stomach on his back as we kissed…He then lay down on his stomach. I knew what I had to do even if I had never done it before.”

The district had said that it “became aware of concerns over two books available in our high schools’ libraries” and then pulled the books in question for review, the Kansas City Star reported.

All Boys Aren’t Blue is about the author’s experience as a black adolescent homosexual and contains graphic homoerotica. Fun Home is about the author’s relationship with her gay father.

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