It used to be that headline news would happen when police got involved after a teacher groomed children and the media and the nation in general would side with the families protecting their kids.
But it's 2023, y'all! Groomer teachers are heroes now:
This Illinois teacher tried to recommend books with gay themes to kids in order to indoctrinate them into the modern leftist religion and the media treats her like she's a hero.
And this isn't just a book that has some gay characters in it, that would be bad enough. She recommended the book called "This Book is Gay," which is an extremely graphic book describing homosexual sex acts to kids.
One of those books was Juno Dawson's "This Book is Gay." It's a bestselling nonfiction book that's billed by its publisher as an entertaining and informative "instruction manual" for anyone coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans.
"By Wednesday, I received notice that parents had gotten a hold of pictures from that book that their child had taken in class," Bonner says. "By Friday, I was told that parents had filed a police report against me for child endangerment."
She hasn't been back to school since because SHE feels unsafe.
Sure, she's handing out gay porn books to kids, but SHE's the one who feels endangered.
The book she tried to push on students includes graphic descriptions of sex and encourages children to explore their sexuality and join homosexual dating apps like Grindr.
A perfectly reasonable excuse to contact the cops.
This teacher is a groomer.
Hopefully, the child endangerment charges stick.
Teachers need to know that sexualizing children and grooming them into the LGBT lifestyle is completely unacceptable.