An Orange County Public School Board (OCPS) meeting held in Orange County, Florida on Tuesday, October 26, called in to discuss the illegal mask mandate contradicting Governor DeSantis’ order banning the imposition of such orders on students, went completely in an unexpected direction!

Before the beginning of the meeting, a journalist who participated at the gathering of the school boards was approached by two parents of a student, regarding a sexually explicit book that their child found in the library of Boon High School.

The book was on a bookstand promoted by the LGBT community during Pride Month.

A book in question, “Gender Queer: Memoir”, by the author Maia Kobabe, is a novel that contains explicit depictions of the sexual intercourse of two men, flagrantly violating the guidelines against sexually explicit material and pornography provided to minors.

And we paid for it. And by we - we mean you too.

Strap-on sex - kids content?

In addition to the fact that the book is filled with images of men’s sexual encounters, the images are accompanied by text that can at least be described as pornographic.

Despite a clear violation of the guidelines, the book found its way onto the shelves of a high school library at Boone High School in Orlando, Florida.

Jonathan and Felicia Farrant, the parents of the students, gave a statement to TGP noting that they were “appalled by the contents of the book and could not believe that school staff, librarian, and principal allowed such a book to be found in school library shelves”.

The Farrants also called on other parents to oppose this kind of “filth” and to stand up for moral values ​​in the school system.

Prompted by the allegations of the parents, the journalist to whom they addressed, seized the opportunity at the meeting and addressed the audience to warn them about the contents of the book Gender Queer.

The journalist read only a small part of the book, which describes the conversion of the book’s characters about the use of vibrators and oral sex.

The OCPS school board, more precisely President Teresa Jacobs, demanded that the journalist stop reading, and after the journalist continued reading, the OCPS police officers forcibly expelled him from the meeting.

This situation can at least be described as hypocritical, given that the content of the book is obviously too much for the ears of parents and adults present at the meeting, but it is quite okay to place this kind of pornographic content on young, unformed, and undeveloped people.

The school board is so concerned about the welfare of children that they are being forcibly masked, but obviously, the concern does not relate to the moral well-being of the same children as they are exposed to explicit gay pornography, and those who oppose it - well, get forcibly censored and silenced.

Following this excess, Brevard County public schools and school boards in Virginia withdrew the book from schools for violating the guidelines.

Anthony Sabatini, a candidate for Orange County’s representative in Congress, called on the OCPS committee to resign after the incident, calling the decision to put such pornographic and explicit material in school libraries disgusting but also potentially criminal.