The Graphic, Obscene Material Sparking a Parental Revolt in the Schools

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The campaign against CRT in the classroom is expanding to challenge sexual content being provided to kids. To truly understand this debate, one must see that content.

Warning: This article contains graphic sexual images and language.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W hen asked recently about the growing controversy surrounding her 2019 graphic novel Gender Queer: A Memoir, cartoonist Maia Kobabe told NBC News: “It’s very hard to hear people say ‘This book is not appropriate to young people’ . . . There are people for whom this is vital and for whom this could maybe even be lifesaving.” Kobabe — a biological woman who identifies as “nonbinary and asexual” and uses the gender-neutral “Spivak” pronouns “e/eim/eir” — frames Gender Queer as an autobiographical account of self-discovery: “Started as a way to explain

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