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While parents and school boards across America debate whether it is proper for public schools to stock the pornographic book “Gender Queer,” the American Library Association is promoting it and offering tips on how it can be protected.

Images from “Gender Queer” were flagged as violating Facebook’s community standards on sexual activity. Google flagged images from “Gender Queer” for containing adult sexual content.


Yet left-wing activists in libraries and schools believe the book belongs on school shelves.

Here is a link with the images that were flagged by Big Tech giants.

The American Library Association’s Office of Intellectual Freedom promoted “Gender Queer” as the No. 1 most challenged book of 2021 and said it was challenged for LGBTQIA+ content considered sexually explicit.

What they didn’t note is it’s considered sexually explicit by Google and Facebook.

In fact, the American Library Association points out the book won an Alex Award and a Stonewall Award.

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