California school distributes sexually explicit books, some dealing with ‘paedophiles’, perverse and pornographic images


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FIRST ON FOX – A California public school library contained books with sexual and pornographic content, including one that was about a supposedly “sexually mature” 6-year-old boy engaging in sex acts.

Sequoia High School Library Media Specialist Betsy Snow has been streaming books on TikTok and Instagram. Fox News Digital sought comments from Snow, the director and the district regarding the books, but they did not respond.

The high school celebrated parent-challenged books across the country at an expo for “Banned Books Week.”

California Library books contain pornographic subject matter and images.
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Beyond Magenta by Susan Kuklin

The book documented the stories of young LGBTQ+ people, and some passages were criticized as disturbing. The book described a child as “sexually mature” who “hated being a child”.

“I was sexually mature. What I mean by sexually mature is that I knew the sex. From the age of six, I used to kiss other guys in my neighborhood, kissing and giving them oral sex. I loved it. I loved oral. And I touched their you-know-what. We were really young, but that’s what we did… Guys told me flirts – perverts – pedophiles. I saw guys peeking at me, and it scared me a little. They were touching and saying, “Come here, honey.” I ran away… At that time, I hated being a kid, had an adult mind and thought I was an adult.”

Another passage appeared to describe an 8-year-old child having sex while away from home.

'Beyond Magenta' book about transgender teenagers.

‘Beyond Magenta’ book about transgender teenagers.
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“It was probably one of the best places I’ve ever been. The things I did there I probably never would have done if I had stayed with my grandmother, to tell you the truth …Two staff members were always with us.One was Kathy, the recreation manager, and the other was Franklin…Because we all loved Kathy, anyone Kathy loved, we loved.They were really good with We. No abuse. No abuse at all. There was sex – what I would call sex out of curiosity. We were experimenting, isn’t that what a child does to this age ?”

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This book is gay

“This Book is Gay” is about orgies, kinks, and sex apps. It was found through Sequoia’s online book journal called Follett Destiny Library Manager.

“We in the kink community are aware that there are a myriad of ways people can…achieve gratification without touching and without orgasming. So it’s all very hazy,” the book says.

“This Book is Gay” is also about the casual dating site “Grindr” and includes detailed information on how to have anal and “girl on girl” sex.

“Let’s talk about dildos: I think a lot of people assume that where there is no penis, a desperate sexual vacuum is created, out of which something [bleep] the form must eventually fit in to satisfy,” the book says. “I have only slept with two women who liked to use dildos. I hate wearing a strap-on. I’ve only done it once and NEVER AGAIN!”

This book is gay contains information on BDSM/kink.

This book is gay contains information on BDSM/kink.
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The book included information on sex parties and orgies. “Saunas, or ‘bathhouses,’ are scattered all over the country, and they’re perfectly legal. People (many saunas have lesbian parties) pay a little money to get in, then have a little sauna and random sex. Again, it’s fine as long as you’re safe.”

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Gender Queer

“Gender Queer” was the nation’s most contested book of 2021, according to the American Library Association.

The graphic novel has been at the center of debate over whether schools should have it in their classrooms and libraries because of its explicit images of oral sex.

Queer gender book

Queer gender book
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Juliet breathes

Gabby Rivera’s “Juliet Takes a Breath” deals with the journey of a woman who comes out as a lesbian and contains extremely graphic depictions of sexual encounters, masturbation and sexual arousal, according to Common Sense Media.

Georges/Melissa

The book, formerly titled “George,” tells the story of a fourth-grade transgender girl. Some passages in the book refer to a child’s sexual organs in crude terms.

“She dunked her body in hot water and tried not to think about what was between her legs, but there it was, floating in front of her,” the book says.

In another part of the book it says, “There was nothing George dreaded more than when the boys were talking about what was in his underpants.”

The California Library offers

The California Library offers “Juliet Takes a Breath” and “Melissa”, formerly known as “George”.
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When George asked a girl named Kelly not to wear skirts, she replied, “I don’t wear them to school. The boys are dirty and try to look at them.”

“I will never try to look at your skirt,” George replied.

“Of course not. You’re not a boy,” Kelly said.

Another part of the book deals with Melissa’s (formerly George) experience in the bathroom.

“Melissa locked herself in a cubicle, delighted with the privacy. She lifted her skirt to see her underwear, covered in little red hearts. She pulled it down, sat down, and peed, like a daughter… This part of that wonderful day was her personal secret,” the book says.

milk and honey

“Milk and Honey” by Rupi Kaur is a collection of poetry that deals with themes of femininity, love, trauma and violence. One of the pages depicts a naked woman’s legs spread apart with a poem in the center. He states: “You have been taught that your legs are a pit stop for men who need a place to rest; a vacant body empty enough for guests, but no one ever comes and is ready to stay.”

milk and honey

milk and honey
(Rupi Kur)

black girl unlimited

According to Common Sense Media, “There are detailed descriptions of consensual sexual encounters, masturbation, and sexual fantasies…There are numerous references to adult sexual and romantic themes, including fidelity and deceit in marriage and a reputable woman for promiscuity.”

“Black Girl Unlimited”
(Echo Brown)

The book also contains “graphic scenes of violence”.

“Wife puts knife to husband’s throat and takes blood sample. Young girl stabs woman to death. Teenager blurs memories of consensual sex with memories of sexual assault by neighbor,” as described by Common Sense Media.

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The 57 bus

The book deals with “restorative justice” in cases of sexual harassment. The book remarks about the man who slapped a few girls’ backs that “suspensions have been shown to disproportionately target African-American men.”

'Bus 57'

‘Bus 57’
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“Given the choice…to participate in a restorative justice circle with the three girls he touched, [the male] chose restorative justice. Still, he entered the process bored,” the book reads.

The book also begins with a glossary of terms defining various romantic and sexual orientations as well as gender identities.

  • Graysexual – Usually does not feel sexual attraction, but does occasionally.
  • Pansexual – Physically attracted to people of all genders.
  • Cupiosexual – Does not feel sexual attraction, but is still interested in sex.
  • Cupioromantic – Does not feel romantic attraction, but is still interested in romance.
  • Quoiromantic – Doesn’t understand the difference between romantic and platonic love
  • Neutrois – Does not identify with any gender
  • Gender Questioning – Unsure of where she fits in the gender spectrum

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