‘Pull your children out of school’: Mother reacts to pornographic imagery in OR school district books

The gender-mangled American Left simply refuses to cease its experimentation on student children.

Not surprisingly, Oregon is one of the epicenters and Fox News Digital reports that several schools in the North Clackamas District were found to have books with pornographic imagery in their respective libraries. A program named Destiny is used to track inventory and availability of titles in school libraries and is the basis for the findings.

In at least three high schools, Milwaukie, Adrienne C. Nelson, and Clackamas high schools, the images were of such a sexually graphic nature that Fox News would not put them in their report. Objections to gender indoctrination in schools led to one mother in particular removing her kids from public school and advising other parents to do the same.

“It’s not about how I feel. It’s about that the laws are being broken,” Kristen Stevens told Fox News Digital. “Children are being exposed to sexual content at an age that they’re not developmentally ready to be exposed to this. It actually can cause PTSD in a lot of these children.”

“Pull your children out of school, it will not change. Starting next year, it will get worse,” she said. “It’s not worth handing your child over to the government to let them teach them sexually explicit content or to teach them the indoctrination… The next thing you know, you look at your child, and you no longer recognize them because they’re not your child anymore.”

“Fun Home,” written by Alison Bechdel allegedly contains images of lesbian sex and masturbation. The book was present at the Milwaukie High School and at one point was assigned for freshman reading at Duke University. One Christian student told The Washington Post at the time that he refused to read it because there is an “important distinction between images and written words… But viewing pictures of sexual acts, regardless of the genders of the people involved, conflict with the inherent sacredness of sex.”

“Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe depicts sexual acts along with discussions on masturbation.

“The more I had to interact with my genitals the less likely I was to reach a point of any satisfaction,” an excerpt read. The book was present at both Adrienne C. Nelson High School and Milwaukie High School.

Another book titled “Flamer” is a graphic novel said to feature images of naked teenage boys and a discussion on erections and penis size. One part read, “We’re canoeing out to Frying Pan Island, which supposedly looks like a frying pan, but we’re all certain it looks like a c— and b–s.”

The troubling material is not exclusive to high schools in the district. Several elementary schools reportedly have in their libraries books affirming transgenderism as an ideal.

“I Am Jazz” is co-written by Jazz Jennings, who was on a TLC show about living as a transgender teen. The plot involves a boy who wants to be a girl and the difficulty of convincing his parents.

“Then one amazing day, everything changed. Mom and Dad took me to meet a new doctor who asked me lots of questions. Afterward, the doctor spoke to my parents and I heard the word ‘transgender’ for the very first time. The night at bedtime, my parents both hugged me and said, ‘We understand now. Be who you are. We love you no matter what,” the text read.

The book was present at Morrow Cannady Elementary and Lot Whitcomb Elementary, according to Destiny.

Another elementary school book, fittingly named “George” at one point but now titled “Melissa,” follows a fourth-grader’s gender transition woes.

“She immersed her body in the warm water and tried not to think about what was between her legs, but there it was, bobbing in front of her,” the book said.

“There was nothing George dreaded more than when boys talked about what was in her underpants,” the text read, with another excerpt describing the character’s delight in the privacy of the school bathroom.

“Melissa locked herself in a stall, delighted for the privacy. She lifted her skirt to see her underwear, covered in tiny red hearts. She pulled it down, sat, and peed, just like a girl… This part of this magnificent day was her personal secret,” the excerpt read.

The book was reportedly present at Morrow Cannady Elementary, Lot Whitcomb Elementary, Spring Mountain, Sojourner/Linwood Elementary, and Milwaukie El Puente Elementary School, according to Destiny.

And yet another book found in some Clackamas County elementary schools seeks to affirm the notion of subjective gender identities.

“This is… Xavier. Xavier is a cisgender boy. That means when Xavier was born, everyone thought he was a boy, and as he grew older, it turned out everyone was right – he is a boy.”

“Everyone feels like either a boy or a girl,” except of course nonbinary children, the book argued.

“This is Ruthie’s friend Alex. Alex is both a boy and a girl. When Alex was born, everyone thought Alex was a girl, but Alex is both boy and girl. This is Alex’s gender identity,” the text continued.

Another character named JJ is nonbinary.

“Ever since JJ was very little, they never felt exactly like a boy or a girl – they just felt like themself. This is JJ’s gender identity,” said the book.

“Some kids feel that their gender identity isn’t always the same – it’s often changing.”

The title was found at Beatrice Morrow Cannady Elementary, according to Destiny.

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