Mom Reports School To Police For Promoting Gay Porn Book To Children

Mom Reports School To Police For Promoting Gay Porn Book To Children

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A concerned mom says she’s filed a police report against North Kingstown High School in North Kingstown, Rhode Island for promoting a book with gay pornography to minors in the school library.

The pornographic book was published by Lion Forge Comics and is titled “Gender Queer: A Memoir.” It was authored and illustrated by Maia Kobabe, who uses the made-up pronouns of e/em/eir and whose work focuses on “anti-fascism,” according to a description on Amazon. 

Nicole Solas, a resident of South Kingstown and mom of a kindergartener, posted a picture of the book in a display case on Twitter and highlighted the pornographic images contained between the covers. Solas also posted an image of the typed-out report that she says she sent to police, writing that she is submitting “evidence of distribution of pornography at North Kingstown High School” and that the book was made “available to minor children.”

“Gender Queer” is also highlighted in the library of East Greenwich High School, another school in Rhode Island, prompting Solas to call for the prosecution of the school employees who are responsible for its distribution.

The book, which is currently ranked no. 11 in Amazon’s “LGBTQ+ Graphic Novels” section, features discussion of gay sexual fantasies and is incredibly graphic, including scenes of gay men having sex and a scene of one man performing oral sex on another.

It also focuses on “bonding with friends over erotic gay fanfiction,” and is intended for those aged “16 years and up” according to its Amazon description. As one reviewer points out, the book gets even more disgusting in a scene where a young person (who appears to be a boy but is suggested to have female organs) is encouraged by her sister to “taste” herself.

The book was even given the “Alex Award” in 2020 by the Young Adult Library Services Association, a subdivision of the American Library Association. The award is specifically given out to books that “have special appeal” to those “ages 12 through 18.”

Further, the School Library Journal, which describes itself as “the premiere publication for librarians and information specialists who work with children and teens” and as “the largest reviewer of kid & [young adult] content,” even dubbing the pornographic book a “great resource” in a glowing quote that is used to advertise the book on Amazon. 

The graphic art style of the book also appears to intentionally appeal to a young audience, with several one-star reviews noting the book is marketed to children but includes pornography. One reviewer wrote that the book “can be found in public libraries in the teen section which is disgusting,” while a different poster asked “Why is it in the teen section of public libraries?” Yet another reviewer tore into the book, writing, “Minors depicted in sex acts. This book is for grooming young people to be victims of [pedophilia].”

Even though the book is marketed to children and teens and placed in library sections designated for those ages, Patreon warns visitors to Kobabe’s page that the content is intended for those 18 and up.

Far from being an isolated incident, this case is just one more example of K-12 schools pushing LGBT ideology on students and the left attempting to normalize pedophilia and intentionally exposing children to peddlers of pornography and nudity in the name of tolerance.

The School Library Journal, Principal Morse, and assistant principals Finkelstein and Anderson of North Kingstown High School, as well as Superintendent Auger of the North Kingstown School Department, did not respond to requests for comment.

Spencer Lindquist is an intern at the Federalist and a senior at Pepperdine University where he studies Political Science and Rhetoric and Leadership and serves as Pepperdine’s College Republicans President and the Chief of Staff of the California College Republicans. You can follow him on Twitter @SpencerLndqst and reach him at [email protected]
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