Graphic Pamphlets Being Given to Young Children

Graphic Pamphlets Being Given to Young Children

( – A school library in Hudson, Ohio has some reading material that isn’t going over well with parents. The National Pulse reports that the pamphlet, titled “Gender Queer,” depicts sexual situations and asks questions that some parents find offensive and inappropriate for their school-aged children. The school board rejected pleas to remove the book, drawing further controversy.

Cartoons in the pamphlet show scenes of teens coming out as gay, discovering “autoandrophilia,” which is when a female experiences excitement over the thought of having male genitalia, as well as explicit sexual situations. According to the Akron Beacon Journal, advocates of the material believe there’s educational value to them.

The issue of “gender identity” is a political hot button in America. A growing number of Americans call themselves one of the letters in the LGBTQ acronym, which stands for “lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or queer,” according to the Washington Post. Generation Z, the youngest subset of adults, is the driving force behind the increase, according to a Gallup poll.

The rise of disturbing material available to children hasn’t gone unchecked. NPR reports that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a bill dubbed “don’t say gay,” which forbids offering information about gender identity, transgenderism, or anything else that may be sexual in nature to children in kindergarten through third grade.

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