Pennsylvania School Board President Sworn In On Pornographic Book Depicting Naked Teen Boys, Satanic Bible Apparently Not Available
· Dec 7, 2023 · NottheBee.com

Don't ever doubt that the ideologues who control our public education are relentlessly proud of the hideous ideology they promote:

[Warning: Disturbing Sexual Content]

A new Pennsylvania school board president was sworn into her position on Monday with her hand on a stack of controversial books, one of which included sexually explicit content. ...

One of the books [Karen] Smith placed her hand on is "Flamer," written by award-winning author and artist Mike Curato. Released in 2020, Curato's work is a semi-autobiographical graphic novel set in 1995. It tells the story of a character who is bullied at a Boy Scouts summer camp for "acting in a manner considered stereotypical of gay men." The graphic novel includes characters discussing pornography, erections, masturbation, penis size, and an illustration that depicts naked teenage boys.

Ugh.

Why would this woman want to swear herself into office on such a repugnant piece of literature? In a word, ideology. Much of the woke way of life is about subjecting and humiliating the people over which you wield control. Taking power in office with trash literature like this — the kind of literature they want to force upon your kids in the classroom — is the perfect way of doing so.

The Central Bucks school board now has a Democratic majority, so if this is how the swearing-in starts, you can imagine what's to come. But just in case it wasn't clear:

"I'm not particularly religious. The Bible doesn't hold significant meaning for me, and given everything that has occurred in the last couple of years, the banned books, they do mean something to me at this point," Smith said Tuesday.


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