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Parents Beware: Gender fluid indoctrination in your Council library

Children typically learn their ABC’s at 4 or 5 years old. At that age it remains the responsibility of the village around them to protect them from anything that would harm them.

At the age of 4, children can’t always discern what is real and what is make-believe. Modern life, with its many distractions, can be confusing for young children.

Why then would Council libraries nationwide promote the LGBTQ-themed book, The GayBCs?

In this book for children aged 4-8 years old, the T no longer stands for Turtle, Train, or Top. No… T is for TRANS. The text continues…

“B is for Bi. You can shout it out loud: ‘I like boys and girls, and that makes me proud!’ C is for Coming Out. You’re ready to share what you feel deep inside; it’s okay to be scared.”

The book encourages little children to follow the gender path they feel like they are inside. And we wonder why increasing numbers of children nationally are confused about who they are and are struggling with mental disorders!

Children are being brainwashed into adopting a transgender lifestyle before they even enter school. This path, followed to its logical conclusion, ends up with pre-pubescent children receiving hormone treatment, followed by surgical mutilation, infertility, and a lifetime of tortured regret.

Protecting children is everyone’s business. Council libraries are funded by your tax dollars. They used to be quiet sanctuaries where children studied, families visited, and people read.

They have become yet another battle front in the culture war against the innocence of our children. Parents beware.

 

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