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The Left's Interest in Bringing Your Children up Is Proving to Be Far More Disgusting and Dangerous

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Americans may have been shocked, but perhaps not surprised, when an angry parent read passages from two sexually explicit books in her child’s school’s library in Fairfax County. The room was clearly uncomfortable, especially for school board members who had to answer as to why these books were in her kid’s school. They cut her microphone, but she was heard around the country. Her story went viral and now the books are being pulled.

This is yet another victory for parents who have been invading their local school board meetings and demanding answers as to why their children are being taught hard-leftist nonsense, but this victory, in particular, is over a specific, insanely disgusting issue and one that prompts a very important question.

Why were those books there in the first place?

To find that, let’s go over what was in these books. As the Daily Wire reported, the two books were “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe and “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison. One passage from “Lawn Boy” paints a very disturbing picture as a man describes a graphic encounter he had with an older man when he was in just the fourth grade.

WARNING: The following passage is highly explicit:

“What if I told you I touched another guy’s d***?” I said.

“Pff.” Nick waved me off and turned his attention back to his beer.

“What if I told you I sucked it?”

“Will you please just shut up already?”

“I’m dead serious, Nick.”

“Well, I’d say you were a f**.”

“I was ten years old, but it’s true. I put Doug Goble’s d*** in my mouth.”

“The real-estate guy?”

“Yeah.”

Nick looked around frantically. “What the f*** are you talking about, Michael?”

“I was in fourth grade. It was no big deal.”

Cringing, Nick held his hands out in front of him in a yield gesture. “Stop.”

“He sucked mine, too.”

“Stop! Why are you telling me this?”

“And you know what?” I said. “It wasn’t terrible.”

Who decided that this was okay for students to imbibe, and why did they think it was okay?

The Daily Wire reported that “Lawn Boy” was billed as a book meant to promote tolerance and fighting stereotypes, but the Hispanic man in the story is a landscaper and the homosexual is a pervert. They add that “a large portion of books recommended by the Young Adult Library Services division of the American Library Association (YALSA) for schools include homosexuality.”

Okay, but homosexuality and pedophilia? Why is it that when it comes to introducing the concept of homosexuality to children it always comes with an element of pedophilia? That may seem like hyperbole to say, but it’s a constant pattern.

Spencer Lindquist at The Federalist wrote a superb piece about the left’s pedophilia problem and noticed that these pedophiles are coming to the forefront with increasing veracity:

I was made painstakingly aware of this fact when I attended the 2019 San Francisco Pride Parade to interview attendees for my YouTube channel, which I co-host with a friend. One particularly honest marcher told my co-host that he is “down for the kink with kids,” mentioning later that he believed that “age is a construct.”

Another demonstrator informed me that child involvement in drag is “so cool” and that “there should be more kids doing drag” before saying that the statement “love has no age” is “100 percent true” and letting loose a Freudian slip when he admitted that a child drag queen who performed in a gay night club was paid in the same manner “you do with strippers.”

Lindquist makes it clear that this isn’t just an isolated incident, and points out that Vice headlines have attempted to generate sympathy for pedophiles and pedophilic actions on more than one occasion, and he illustrates it with various screenshots of articles featuring children in drag or headlines that urge empathy and understanding towards pedophiles.

Among other outlets are none other than the New York Times themselves who talked about a woman who “traded sex at age 13” without mentioning the pedophilic aspects of it. In fact, it paints transgender women who teach her sex as heroes:

The article reports glowingly on the pedophilic, serial rape of a child who turned to prostitution after “she was forced out of her family home” before “taking refuge with a group of older transgender women who became her mentors” and “taught her how to support herself through sex.”

Normal people would think this sounds a whole lot like a group of perverts pimping out a homeless child for sex. One has to ponder why euphemisms are being used to try and obscure that reality. Perhaps it is because the left has a pedophilia problem.

Lindquist goes on and lists instances with the Washington Post, an Associate professor at Yale named Joe Fischer, Netflix, and of course the “drag queen story hour” hosted by schools and libraries.

All of these things point to one simple fact. While wouldn’t dare say that the entirety of the left, or even the LGBT community in general, is guilty of supporting or even performing pedophilic acts, there’s a massive problem within their groups and these problems have forced their way into our children’s schools.

Let’s be clear. This isn’t about tolerance. There is no tolerance towards pedophiles. This is about perverts getting their rocks off by introducing sexual concepts to children and, who knows, hopefully helping lean the world toward a place where pedophilia is more accepted so that they can do what they want to do without too much blowback.

We need to find the people responsible for these transgressions, get them out of places of power within our communities, and make sure they can’t even attempt to shape society again.