Now, generally the West Bend Community Memorial Library runs nice little pieces in the West Bend Daily News showcasing book recommendations and activities. I must have missed the article on GLBTQ Month. Oh, wait. I don't think our library publicized that. But it is certainly there for all your kids to see. Book after book of homosexual YA selections. Books with sexually explicit materials right there, enticing your child. My, we have gotten bold, haven't we? I know that the "A" word is a bit harsh, but I have to say it. It appears our library is doing what we thought all along. Advocating.
Here we have something more than just literature. We have advertising (another "A" word) for the Trevor Helpline for GLBTQ youth/minors. (For those who don't know the code, GLBTQ stands for gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/questioning.)
Here's a YA (young adult) homosexual book being encouraged to minors in the Gay History Month display:
These are all Young Adult homosexual books for minors. Do I sense another "A" word coming on?
Could it be........agenda?
This Facebook info states the primary mission of the group is to "promote" GLBTQ information. Indeed. And our library just happens to facilitate!
Let's toss in homosexual materials for the little children, too. You know, the ones that can't even read yet.
How about exposing those bullied celebrities, too. Really get our point across. Nice display, YA Zone!
So here you have it....many of the sexually explicit books not only in your YA Zone, but promoted by your very own library.
Parents, please accompany your children and know what is being shoved in their faces. Realize that your library is NOT A SAFE PLACE. Children are being exploited every day, and not just on the streets, in the inner cities, or on school playgrounds. It's right in your own public library. BE FOREWARNED.
Naturally, the "H" word and "B" word will be slung my way shortly. (homophobe and bigot) Not so, dear ones. I just have an aversion to pornographic sex acts being shotgunned out to minor children. You know, like most of the nation. The ones that actually use ratings to alert parents to impending inappropriate materials. But we wouldn't want to step on a minors "right" to free speech, now, would we? ;-)