Fed up with the explicit content found in several books being offered to their children in local school libraries, several parents spoke out at a recent Carmel Clay School Board Meeting in Carmel, Indiana, by reading excerpts aloud from the books in question.
The Western Journal reports the district’s libraries at elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools are apparently filled with books promoting radical transgender ideology, lessons on masturbation, and novels with explicit sexual scenes including one describing a rape.
As some of the parents read the indecent examples from some of the books out loud for the school board to hear, gasps were reportedly heard from the audience.
One parent warned the board about the “global campaign to promote sexualized material to grade school children which are heralded by the U.N., championed by Planned Parenthood and is now making its way into the Carmel schools.”
She listed several titles available at the district’s elementary schools, including Introducing Teddy: A Gentle Story About Gender and Friendship, which uses a teddy bear to teach kids that gender isn’t determined by biology; Sparkle Boy, about a toddler’s cross-dressing tendencies; and Call Me Max, in which a kindergarten girl gets a teacher to call her by a boy’s name.
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