Disgusting: Parents Forced to Sue School District for Compelling Student to Read Sexually Explicit Monologue in Class

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It’s always encouraging to see parents and others fighting back against the effort to sexualize children. At a time when progressives are trying desperately to introduce their ideology on sexuality and gender identity, people are using the legal system to put a stop to the movement to indoctrinate young minds in the classrooms.

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Nevada parents have filed a federal lawsuit against the Clark County School District (CCSD) after their 15-year-old child was allegedly forced to read a pornographic script during a class assignment. The incident, which took place in March 2022, involved the student being assigned a sexually explicit monologue written by another student and edited by the teacher. The parents initially raised their concerns during a school district meeting, but the mother’s microphone was cut off due to the explicit nature of the language.

The parents, Candra and Terrell Evans, initially filed the lawsuit in January. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has taken the case and filed a federal suit against the district in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada.

In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs explain that they are filing the complaint against the district “for conducting and supporting CCSD teacher Kelly Hawes’s actions compelling a minor student to study, memorize and perform sexually explicit and obscene content as a class assignment for a grade.”

It further notes that  “[w]hen Plaintiffs attempted to address Hawes’s unlawful conduct and seek relief in the appropriate forum, CCSD’s Board prevented Plaintiff Candra Evans from doing so – silencing her and interfering with her reading of the assignment at a School Board meeting.”

The monologue in question contains explicit language and addresses sexual themes, including references to genitals and sexual orientation. The ACLJ edited the monologue to remove profanity while highlighting its content:

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I don’t love you. It’s not you, it’s just (looks down) your d***. I don’t like your d*** or any d*** in that case. I cheated Joe. We were long distance and I’m in college and me and this girl, my roommate, started having some drinks and you know, I thought it was a one time thing but then we started going out for coffee, and started sleeping in the same bed. I never thought it would get this far but God, it was like fireworks, and made me realize that with you it was always like a pencil sharpener that keeps getting jammed. I’ve tried to look at it from all different perspectives, but the truth is, I’m a f***ing lesbian. I’ll never love you or any man, or any f***ing d***. I hope you find a nice straight girl because that’s not me, and I’m tired of pretending that it is.

The lawsuit accuses the district of violating the student’s First Amendment rights by forcing her to read the explicit material. Additionally, it claims that the district violated the mother’s rights by preventing her from sharing the monologue during the board meeting.

The incident gained national attention after the mother’s public comment during the school board meeting was shared on social media platform TikTok by Libs of TikTok. In response, the CCSD stated that it was investigating the circumstances surrounding the assignment and acknowledged that the content was not conducive to student instruction.

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The case raises concerns about the appropriateness of educational materials and assignments in public schools. It highlights the delicate balance between freedom of speech and protecting minors from exposure to explicit content.

As the legal proceedings continue, the outcome of the lawsuit will likely have implications for similar cases and potentially impact the development of guidelines and policies regarding the use of explicit material in educational settings, which is why it is so important for people to push back on the ultra-leftist agenda in the classroom and elsewhere. The courts have already proven to be an effective avenue, but there must be more people willing to use it.

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