VA Library Puts Pedo & Porn Books on Display Next to the Bible

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The school board members interrupted Stacy Langton and told her the content wasn’t for public reading at the meeting because “there were children in the audience..

Over the weekend, a public library in northern Virginia put on a “holiday reading display” featuring two sexually explicit books next to the Bible, which was held by a plush dwarf wearing a rainbow-colored hat. Upon patrons’ complaints, the display was removed on Dec. 7.

The very people who want to be protected at all costs from any offense promote offending Christianity and anyone opposed to pedophilia.

The books are filthy pro-pedophilia books and have nothing to do with being gay.

The books— “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe and “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison—are among many books containing graphic sexual content that has been banned from school libraries in some states, including Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, and Minnesota.

“The Dolley Madison Library holiday reading display was intended to highlight the freedom to read and the fact that many library patrons have more time during the holidays to do so,” Fairfax County Public Library (FCPL) Director Jessica Hudson said in a statement on Tuesday. “It was not the intention of staff to create a display that could be construed as offensive. The display has been removed.”

That is the freedom they care about.

Stacy Langton, a mother from Fairfax County who has been fighting for the removal of these two books from school libraries, told The Epoch Times that the display was “intentional,” “outrageous,” and “an attack on Christianity itself.”

“It is a blasphemy against Jesus to put pedophilic and pornographic filth such as ‘Gender Queer’ alongside His Word in the Holy Bible, as though they are equal,” she added.

She had gotten them removed from the school library but they’re back.

Mrs. Langton read them at a school board meeting but the school board members interrupted and told her the content wasn’t appropriate for public reading at the meeting because “there were children in the audience.”

The mother said she received the display pictures from another county resident on Monday afternoon. During her visit to the library the next day, she found out that the display had been removed.

The manager of the library had approved the display. It’s in the library lobby now with a black curtain over it which probably attracts more children to them.


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