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Enraged parents demand to know why ‘pedophilia’ is being made available in Texas schools to 4th graders

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A video has gone viral showing a momma bear in Texas tearing into a local school board over sexually explicit content in schools that she calls “depraved” and then raged over pedophilia being made available to fourth-graders.

“Who normalizes sex acts between fourth graders?” she ferociously railed at the board. “I’ll tell you who: pedophiles.”

The mother stated that she had asked her children to show her the books they brought home from school and she was shocked by their content. She then proceeded to read some of the pages out loud from a book entitled “Lawn Boy,” by Jonathan Evison during the meeting so they could get a whiff of the depravity it contains.

**Warning for graphic and disturbing content**

“’What if I told you I touched another guy’s d**k? What if I told you I sucked it? I was 10 years old, but it’s true. I put Doug Goebbel’s d**k in my mouth. I was in fourth grade. It was no big deal, he sucked mine too. And you know what? It wasn’t terrible,’” the mother read to the board.

WARNING: Extremely graphic content.

(Video Credit: Libs of Tik Tok)

Other parents at the meeting held up large photos of the school board members with captions that read “Vote Out” and “Resign.”

“’He talked about old times at the church, but never mentioned our penises or the fact that he never said ten words to me after our little foray in the bushes. Not a single reference to holding or tugging or sucking d**ks. All I could think about while he was chatting me up was his little salamander between my fourth-grade fingers, rapidly engorging with blood,’” she read aloud from another chapter in the book.

Then the beyond-angry mother accused the school of sexual harassment, “What sort of educational environment do you think the sexually graphic book selections create for my children, or for any child for that matter?”

She added, “In addition, I’ll share with you the exceptional quality of the vocabulary. I stopped counting on page 66 after ‘44 ‘f**ks’ and 41 ‘s**ts.’”

Parents at the meeting were harassed and security tried to quiet and contain them as well. They were having none of it.

The Leander Independent School District claims the book is not taught in any classroom and is only available to some students through the campus library according to ABC4 News. This echoes similar claims in Ohio where a mayor demanded that five members of a local school board resign over providing sexually explicit materials in classrooms.

Leander Police noted that two parents have filed reports about obscenities in the book and the department is now investigating it. The results of their investigation will be turned over to the Criminal Investigation Department or a prosecutor.

On Monday, a third community member also announced that they were filing a complaint about the book.

In a statement, the school district said, “The book ‘Lawn Boy’ by Jonathan Evison is not a part of our district curriculum. We have not received any formally filed complaints through the process outlined in the Board policy.”

In March, parents assailed the Leander Independent School District over unacceptable teaching materials according to the Daily Wire, “Students as young as 13 in Leander Independent School District, Austin, TX, have been exposed to graphic sexual content as part of their course work, including graphic verbal depictions of gang rape and other sexual acts.”

Students told their parents about what they were being taught which started a firestorm. Parents immediately went to the school over the issue and were harassed for it. They were allegedly called “religious zealots,” “bigots,” “racists,” and “d**ks.”

“Some of the people speaking out have received anonymous cardboard penises in the mail with anti-Christian messages calling them names such as c**t,” one parent reported. “Others have received dead animals on their porches.”

Rage is building among parents over the filth being forced on their children in schools across the nation:

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