Washington school board president owns an “all-ages” sex shop ... how is this OK?

May 7th

After a first-grade class in Washington was read the book "I Am Jazz," parents in the Bellingham School District were outraged. "I Am Jazz," is the children's book written by Jazz Jennings, telling the story about her "transition" from boy to girl as a small child.

One parent sent a screenshot of their email conversation with the first-grade teacher to Young America's Foundation:

When the school administrators and school board both failed to respond to parents' complaints regarding the book, YAF discovered that the school board president also happens to own an all-ages sex toy shop.

The school board president is Jennifer Mason, owner of the WinkWink boutique in Bellingham. A local news article in 2018 said about Mason,

Mason, who was voted downtown Bellingham's Resident of the Year in 2016, loves the community and wants to continue to promote education in all aspects, across the board, she said.

"I want to show people if sex isn't something to be ashamed about, then I should be able to be an elected official and own a sex shop at the same time," Mason said. "That's what it means to live your values."

She has been the school board president since 2017 and in 2018 she opened the sex shop that is described as both "all-ages" and "not creepy."

I personally find her dual roles as school board president and all-ages sex shop owner the definition of creepy.

Is it any surprise that her school district is also promoting her disturbing far-left gender ideology to young children?


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