“All Boys Aren’t Blue” is a series of personal essays written by LGBTQIA+ activist George M. Johnson that has made its way into school curriculums.
The book is marketed as a young adult nonfiction “memoir-manifesto” and focuses on Johnson’s experience growing up queer and black. Some of the essays included are incredibly sexual and graphic.
Mom’s for Liberty’s Tiffany Justice is appalled that the book is in the school curriculum and even went on Joy Reid’s show to discuss the book.
“What a tragic story of a young man’s who’s anally raped by his adult family members. So, you have incest, rape, pedophilia,” Justice explained to Reid, adding, “in what context is a strap-on dildo acceptable for public school?”
When Reid tweeted out the segment to her followers, she quoted Justice’s question, but replaced “strap-on dildo” with “xxxxx xx xxxxx.”
Stu Burguiere finds this fascinating.
“She won’t even tweet these words to her adult followers. Yet somehow, this is supposed to be appropriate for school children,” Burguiere says to Justice.
Justice is grateful that Reid actually had her on the show and believes “this is such an important conversation to have with America and Americans.”
“The truth is, most people have no idea what’s in these books,” she adds.
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