These Pornographic Sexual and Homosexual Books for Children and Teens are in a Wyoming Public Library — and Likely Also in Your Town

Worse than most people can imagine. Local parents are outraged. Wyoming MassResistance is taking action.

This appears to be a book written by a pedophile. It coaches 8-11 year-olds to be comfortable getting naked and being touched.

By Published on October 15, 2021

In schools and public libraries across the country, the children’s and teens’ sections have been deluged with lurid pornographic sexual and homosexual books for young people. The clear intent is to sexualize children and normalize perverse homosexual behaviors in their minds. This nightmarish trend is being defended by library staffers, the left-wing American Library Association, and numerous LGBT groups. But MassResistance is helping parents fight it!

Last month we showed you sample pages from a few of the books for young people that Wyoming MassResistance parents found in their local Gillette, Wyoming branch of the Campbell County Public Library. Below are some more. They are likely also in a public library near you.

Sex Plus

CLASSIFICATION: Young Adult Nonfiction — in Teen room

SUMMARY: The writer works for Planned Parenthood. This is what Planned Parenthood (and obviously the library staff) want for your children. One parent described this book as “pure evil.” It coaches children to get involved with masturbation, “butt sex,” “kink,” and BDSM – which includes biting, restraints, electric shocks, sex with strangers, etc.

Sex is a Funny Word

CLASSIFICATION: Ages 8-11 — in Children’s room

SUMMARY: This appears to be a book written by a pedophile. It coaches 8-11 year-olds to be comfortable getting naked and being touched. And in particular, to feel okay having their anus touched.

 A Quick & Easy Guide to Sex & Disability

CLASSIFICATION: Young Adult Nonfiction — in Teen room

SUMMARY: This bizarre book seems to have little to do with “disabilities” and a lot to do with telling teenagers about homosexuality and unhealthy sex practices.

How Do You Make a Baby

CLASSIFICATION: Ages 4-10 — in Children’s room

SUMMARY: By looking at the cover, you would assume this is mild children’s book about how babies are born. No. This is actually a pornographic sex book with graphic drawings that are outrageously inappropriate for 4-10 year-olds. One really wonders about the mental state of the author.

 Gender Queer

CLASSIFICATION: Young Adult Nonfiction — in Teen room

SUMMARY: Gender Queer is a revolting graphic biography of a young female who wants to be male, but has to figure out how to incorporate her female body into that fantasy. It has depictions of her masturbating while pretending to be male and imagining she has a penis that’s receiving homosexual oral sex.

Dating and Sex

CLASSIFICATION: Young Adult Nonfiction — in Teen room

SUMMARY: It calls itself a book about “dating.” It’s also a weird guide to masturbation and enjoying pornography.

All of the books in the previous post and all of these (except Sex is a Funny Word) have been formally challenged by the Wyoming MassResistance parents — using the library’s bureaucratic process. So far four of the challenges have been formally denied by the library staff, and we’re still waiting for the rest. Eventually, all of them will probably be denied.

At this point all we can say is that normal people would never be a part of sexualizing kids in this vile way. There is something very disordered with these people who are staffing our libraries.

 

Editor’s note: Links to sample pages of each of these books can be found in the original article. They have been removed for publication on The Stream. Caution: They are very graphic and obscene, and viewers may find them deeply disturbing.

 

Originally published at massresistance.org. Reprinted with permission.

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