Democrats get sicker and more deviant by the day. Will Americans ever wake up and make that party extinct? I guess they can’t because the Democrats will always have the commies, rioters, and sexual predators to fall back on. Elmbrook School District offers students access to books and information via an online library called SORA.
The SORA database is filled with sexually explicit books for kids as young as eight.
The database has books such as “This Book is Gay,” by Juno Dawson, and “Queer,” by Kathy Belge and Marke Biesche. “This Book is Gay” offers tips on how to access, sex apps that explain:
- Upload a tiny picture of yourself to the app.
- The app works out your location
- The app tells you who the nearest homosexuals are.
- You then chat to them.
- Because they are near, it is easy to meet up with them
And they get away with it because of liberal parents. people like that should not be allowed to procreate. The book “Queer,” which parents dubbed “sexually explicit,” explains to the eight-year-olds anal sex, oral sex, one-night stands, and “vaginal sex with dildos.”
You know, things every third grader should know about and participate in.
The authors then go on to explain that there are three kinds of Christians, all of which are evil, not like teaching third-graders how to have sex with adults, which as everyone knows is extremely moral, right, and good. The three types are “The ‘God hates fags’ people,” “The ‘God can help you’ people,” and “The ‘hate the sin, love the sinner’ people.”
VIDEO OF THE DAYIdiots Twerk On Ambulance After Shooting In Oakland, CA
Wendy Dorn, a parent activist in the district, told The Daily Wire that the district uses a content filter called “Securly” to weed out sexual content. According to Dorn, parents realized they did not receive reports via Securly that their students’ school Chromebooks had accessed “This Book is Gay” or “Queer.” (The Securly reports do not note what books are accessed.)
“What I have a problem with is that our school district’s curation of this sexually charged content in the online school library trespasses on a parent’s right to draw boundaries around the age, environment, context, and point of view from which this kind of sexual information is exposed, shared, described, interpreted, and understood,” Dorn said.
Parents are also concerned that the books do not align with the State of Wisconsin Sex Education Policy, which promises to teach towards abstinence. The policy promises to “stress the value of abstinence as the only reliable way to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, and shall identify the skills necessary to remain abstinent” and present “abstinence from sexual activity as the preferred choice of behavior for unmarried pupils.”