If you haven’t heard of the book “All Boys Aren’t Blue” by George M. Johnson, then you’ve got some catching up to do.
The “memoir” has come under serious fire for being marketed toward children despite being sexually explicit.
And when we say sexually explicit, we mean that quite literally. Here’s just one quote from the book:
“I put some lube on and got him on his knees, and I began to slide into him from behind.”
It gets much, much worse, but we’ll spare you.
“That is a book available to kids,” says Chad Prather in disgust.
Guest Bri Teresi, who’s also repulsed, adds, “What disgusts me on a very serious note is, you know, a lot of children do face terrible things at home, where they’re being molested or raped, and it’s trying to … normalize pedophilia.”
Chad agrees and states that their goal is also to normalize transgenderism, or “trends-genderism” as he likes to call it.
“We can't have these rose-colored glasses on all the time,” says Bri. “Like, people need to start standing up and showcasing what's really going on.”
And there are people who are doing exactly that – they’re showing up at school board meetings and reading directly from the books available in school libraries.
What happens to these people?
Usually they’re escorted out, their mics are cut, and sometimes they’re even arrested.
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