School Tries to Silence Parent Who Object to Gay Porn

Dr Morse, from the Ruth Institute, responds to a recent incident in which a concerned parent was silenced, and then mocked, for speaking out about gay porn in American schools.

“Gay pornography does not belong in schools. School boards have no business silencing concerned parents,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., of a recent Fairfax, VA, school board meeting.

A concerned mother, Stacy Langton, tried to read from a book available to children in Fairfax County school libraries. Board members tried to shut off her microphone, supposedly because children were present in the audience, though none were visible.

Morse responded:

“Talk about hypocrisy. According to board member Karl Frisch, the passages were too salacious to read at a public meeting for fear minors would be exposed to them. But we are supposed to think these books are fine to be in the local high school library?”

Frisch has no children but is reportedly “a gay man who spends much of his energy on the school board focusing on gay and transgender issues rather than education,” The Daily Wire reports.

Frisch went on to defend the books and mock concerned parents on Twitter.

 

“The passages Stacy Langton read push pedophilia and are too explicit to repeat,” Morse said.

“They include oral and anal sex acts among homosexuals, some including minors.”

Frisch said the books promote tolerance for LGBTQ.

“That’s a convenient excuse,” Morse observed. “In reality, the graphic descriptions contained in books like Lawn Boy, are not-so-subtle attempts to normalize gay sex for fourth graders.”

The Young Adult Library Services division of the American Library Association (YALSA) helps determine which books are carried in schools. They recommended Lawn Boy and others like it.

“The ALA knows a thing it two about promoting pedophilia,” Morse said, “being a chief proponent of Drag Queen Story Hour.

“It’s good to see concerned parents fighting back, and not letting the school board try to silence parents. Stacy Langton and other parents in the audience refused to be silenced. May their tribe increase.

“Public schools are battlefields in the Sexual Revolution’s war on the family. Professional associations like teachers’ unions and the American Library Association are the Revolution’s shock troops.”

The Ruth Institute’s 2021 Survivors’ Summit focused on reclaiming the professions from the Sexual Revolution, including the ALA, NEA and other groups that deal with education.

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Originally published on the Ruth Institute. Image by Ben White on Unsplash.

About the Author:

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D is the founder of the Ruth Institute, a global non-profit organisation that defends the family at home and in the public square and equips others to do the same. She is passionate about equipping family advocates with the knowledge and confidence to defend the family at home and in the public square.

Dr. Morse has authored or co-authored five books and spoken around the globe on marriage, family and human sexuality. Her newest books are The Sexual Revolution and Its Victims and 101 Tips for Marrying the Right Person, coauthored with Betsy Kerekes. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Rochester and taught economics at Yale and George Mason Universities.

Dr. Morse and her husband are parents of an adopted child, a birth child, a goddaughter and were foster parents for San Diego County to eight foster children. For a listing of Dr. Morse's current presentations, please click here. You can listen to many of Dr. Morse’s recent talks on the Ruth Institute podcast page.

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