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December 7, 2009 Print

GLSEN Under Fire for Porn-Filled Books

by Candi Cushman

GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight and Education Network) and its founder Kevin Jennings, have come under renewed fire in the blogosphere for a book list that recommends extremely sexually graphic content for kids as young as middle-school age. Actually, some might even consider the content Triple-X level.

Many of the books give graphic depictions of homosexual activity between youth—and even between kids at the preschool or elementary level—and several also contain descriptions of adult-teen sexual activity. Some of the depictions are so extreme that you would not expect to find them anywhere but in an adult porn store. For that reason, we aren’t even going to link to those descriptions in this blog.

However, you can read Focus on the Family Action’s report on GLSEN’s  booklist to get a summary of the indoctrination and sexualization of children contained in these books.

Keep in mind that GLSEN has promoted these books as “the highest quality resources” for students in schools. Which is leading many to question whether “safe schools czar” Kevin Jennings—who birthed GLSEN and oversaw the creation of resources like this one—is really qualified to oversee federally funded “safe schools” curricula and projects. For more information  on Kevin Jennings and how to protest his appointment,  click here.



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