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Wisconsin school district provides sexually explicit books that teaches students how to use sex apps

Students in a Wisconsin school district have access to a large quantity of “sexually explicit” books via their school-provided computers, including content that dubs traditional views of marriage as “ignorant.”

Elmbrook School District offers students access to books and information via an online library called SORA. The SORA database — which can be accessed by students as young as eight years old — includes books such as “This Book is Gay,” by Juno Dawson, and “Queer,” by Kathy Belge and Marke Biesche. “This Book is Gay” offers a play-by-play of how to use Grindr and other “sex apps.” The book “Queer,” which parents dubbed “sexually explicit,” provides students with an in-depth analysis of anal sex, oral sex, one-night stands, and “vaginal sex with dildos.”

The book also discusses the relationship between God and the LGBT community.  “Somehow, God always comes into the picture when queer people come out,” the authors claim. The authors proceed to describe three types of religious people — “The ‘God hates fags’ people,” “The ‘God can help you’ people,” and “The ‘hate the sin, love the sinner’ people.” The first people are described as individuals who “use religion to justify their ignorant viewpoints and tell you that you’re going to burn in hell for being gay.”

“The ‘God can help you’ people. These people try to convince you that God will help you become straight. They will try to ‘save you’ in this way. And they are big fans of reparative therapy,” the book reads. “The ‘hate the sin, love the sinner’ people. These people try to tell you that, even if you can’t help being gay, you should never act on it because gay sex is immoral and ungodly.” Elmbrook School have not responded to any requests for comment at this stage.

ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH

MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE
PHOTO CREDITS: EMPOWER WISCONSIN

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