Some of the books in question contain pedophilia and many contain pornography
Posted BY: Steve Watson
The Biden Administration has created a new position within the Department of Education to counter what they are describing as a move to “ban” LGBTQ+-themed books aimed at children, some as young as five or six years old.
A coordinator within the DoE will be responsible for resisting “efforts that disproportionately strip books about LGBTQI+ communities, communities of color, and other communities off of library and classroom shelves,” according to a statement by the administration.
The statement further notes that the coordinator will “work to provide new training for schools nationwide on how to book bans that target specific communities and create a hostile school environment may violate federal civil rights laws.”
The announcement was just one element among a raft of executive actions, many citing “LGBTQI+ kids,” and “helping families to affirm and support their LGBTQI+ child.”
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Over a dozen states have enacted cruel and callous anti-LGBTQI+ laws that violate our most basic values and freedoms as Americans.— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 8, 2023
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As we have relentlessly highlighted, the term “book ban” is a misnomer that has been affixed to efforts by some lawmakers, officials, and parents to remove sexually graphic and wholly inappropriate material from school libraries and programs.
Some of the books in question contain pornographic images and even pedophilia themes, as well as unscientific statements about biological gender.
Over 50% of the attempted book bans last year involved books with LGBTQ+ characters & themes. Books are a vital way that children, adolescents and adults learn about themselves and our world. Bans such as these are nothing but harmful: https://t.co/eblRSU7tZk— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 27, 2023