It has happened again. A library book readily available to minors across Iowa has been flagged for its content by Big Tech.
Nobody would consider Google or Facebook “far-right book burners” or “conservative book banners.” Yet Google and Facebook clearly are not comfortable with the content of the books.
Google flagged images of “Gender Queer” and now “Let’s Talk About It” for containing adult sexual content. Yet librarians, educators and Democrats support these books containing adult sexual content being in libraries. These books are in the “teen” section as well.
Google’s ruling on “Let’s Talk About It” comes even though images from the book were edited by The Iowa Standard.
Facebook restricted another individual’s account for posting photos from the book “Let’s Talk About It” because the photos violate Facebook’s community standards on sexual activity.
So, the obvious question — if these books are too sexual for Google and Facebook, why are they accessible to minors in Iowa libraries?
There is no answer from the Democrats, educators and librarians who support the perverted materials — at least no acceptable answer. There are some disturbing possibilities for why adults may want kids exposed to adult sexual content, but those people should not be teachers or librarians. And those Democrats should be kept as far away from power as possible.
Unfortunately it is unlikely anyone else in the media will show readers exactly what the images from these books look like. This allows the media and Democrats and educators and librarians to defend the content of the books without having to own the content of the books.
Iowans should be shown the content so they can form educated conclusions on whether these materials belong in school and public libraries across the state.
Instead, the media, Democrats, educators and librarians prefer the masses not to know what it is we’re talking about. Because if the masses find out exactly what’s in these books, they’ll never trust those defending them again.