Virginia Parent: Explicit Books ‘Sexualizing Children,’ Undermining Morality

Two books containing sexually explicit material that were removed from a school system in Virginia last month were part of an effort to sexualize children, a parent who led the effort to draw attention to them says. Fairfax County Public Schools pulled “Gender Queer” and “Lawn Boy” after Stacy Langton spoke out against the books at a school board meeting. Both books contain explicit material, a review of them shows. “I think at the end of the day, it’s about grooming our children because it’s an assault on their psyche,” Langton said on NTD’s “Capitol Report.” “And it’s sexualizing children and sort of normalizing pedophilia, which is what the images are,” she added. In a surreal moment during the Sept. 23 meeting, Langton began quoting from the books, drawing admonishment from school board members. “There are children here,” one said. Staffers also stopped showing Langton on a large screen situated …

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