Friday, March 4, 2022

MORE ATTEMPS AT GROOMING CHILDREN: NY Education Department Promotes P**nographic Book to Children; Leftists Proud of the Standard

Source: The Post Millennial

Published: Mar 2, 2022

By: Libby Emmons

The New York State Department of Education promoted Maia Kobabe's Gender Queer, which features explicit drawings of teens performing oral sex, among other acts.

The National Education Association's Read Across America gave the New York State Department of Education an excuse to enlist librarians across the state to share their favorite books. Lauren Moore, a librarian from Albany, promoted Maia Kobabe's Gender Queer, which features explicit drawings of teens performing oral sex, among other acts.

Moore wrote in her advocacy for the pornographic book that she is "grateful for books that let my kid know they're not alone." Moore is the Assistant Commissioner for Libraries and a New York State Librarian.


The book, Gender Queer: A Memoir, a graphic novel by author Maia Kobabe, who uses "e/em/eir" pronouns, has won numerous awards. But the images in the book have angered parents due to its graphic depictions of sex acts and apparent encouragement for children to question their gender identity.

In an email to The Post Millennial, Emily DeSantis of the State Education Department (SED) wrote that "SED was not aware of the graphic nature of the contents of the book, which is not apparent from its title. Once we became aware, we immediately removed the post. SED is investigating the circumstances under which this title was selected and posted."

A mom in Rhode Island posted not only explicit images from the book, but correspondence she had with the school wherein administrators upheld the validity of providing this work to high school students. "Public school gives your kids porn because it's good for them," she wrote, sharing the response from the school.

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