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Parents in this New Jersey school district are outraged as children have access to a magazine promoting gender confusion, abortions, and same-sex relationships.

Parents in this New Jersey school district are outraged that children have access to a magazine promoting gender confusion, abortions, and same-sex relationships.

Democrats have never fully shed the master mentality. Many believe that they know better than the average American what people should be allowed to have, be forced to buy, and be forced to tolerate. Liberals operate with an unholy bent towards a society that ignores all morality. By taking small steps and large ones (like lawsuits against bakers), they are pushing America to the brink of chaos. However, some people are fighting it.

A school board member in New Jersey has the overwhelming support of the community as he tries to remove smut from the middle school library.

Advertised as a magazine “by teens, for teens,” Sex, etc. is at the center of the controversy. The publication is stocked in district libraries, promoting the gay lifestyle, abortions, and gender confusion to 13-year-olds.

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Parents have flooded the Board with letters and emails concerning the publication that promotes a disturbing level of sexual activity among 14-year-olds.

Parents have flooded the Board with letters and emails concerning the publication that promotes a disturbing level of sexual activity among 13-year-olds.

Board member Stephen Kubricki urged the district to remove the damaging material saying that it contained, “a level of graphic and explicit images and text which goes beyond valuable information.”

The sex education movement began by teaching teens about the dangers of premarital and unprotected sex, but this magazine goes way beyond that. Its mission is to “improve teen sexual health across the country!” adding, “We’ve helped teens with answers to their question about sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation and more!”

No one seems to question the fact that teens aren’t supposed to be able to consent to a sexual relationship.

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The magazine brazenly promotes same-sex experimentation, abortions, and gender confusion.

The magazine brazenly promotes same-sex experimentation, abortions, and gender confusion.

One article was brazenly titled, “Crisis Pregnancy Centers: The Illusion of Choice,” written by a seventeen-year-old. It claims that going to a Crisis Pregnancy Center is a “catastrophic error,” because these organizations are pro-life.

The magazine publishers prefer that kids abort their pregnancies early, so they can go out and enjoy more underage sex. Another article promotes gender confusion, further harming impressionable pre-teens.

In “The Clitoris and Pleasure: What You Should Know,” the author writes, “Anatomy is not identity. While this story is about clitorises, G-spots and pleasure, there are people who identify as female who have penises—just as there are some people who have vulvas and vaginas who may not identify as female.”

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The level of vulgarity purchased by the district and distributed to children is revolting.

The level of vulgarity purchased by the district and distributed to children is revolting.

It continues, “Having a vagina, vulva, clitoris or uterus does not make you any more of a woman, nor are they necessary parts in finding someone to have a fulfilling relationship with. What’s important is educating yourself about your body, regardless of your gender identity.”

Really? Of course, that’s not what science and biology class tells students, so who are they supposed to believe?

Parents are furious at the content and have inundated the board with emails demanding that the publication be removed. “I don’t think it’s appropriate,” said Cat Williams, 37, of Little Egg Harbor, who has a 17-year-old in the school district.

In the school’s library, a copy of the smut rag included a Q&A from a 14-year-old asking about a recent experience with oral sex. Why is a 14-year-old asking those questions?!

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One issue had a cover showing a cellphone with emojis of tacos and eggplants, which are crude internet slang for female and male genitalia. “That’s why there are a lot of teen pregnancies out there — crap like this,” said Williams’ partner, Glenn Muso, who has two children in the district.

However, the real problem is the fact that the magazine’s content follows the National Sexuality Education Standards and is reviewed by a board of doctors and sexual health educators prior to publication. So, this is already the approved information that pre-teens are being told in public schools.

Board attorney Amy Houck Elco wants the trash to remain. She said, “School policy states that material cannot be removed from the curriculum or resource materials “solely because it presents ideas that may be unpopular or offensive to some.”

Um, it’s offensive to everyone, but many people are too scared to say it. Sounds like the parents have a school policy problem on their hands too.