It’s time to pay off NPR with child porn


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As House Republicans overcome infighting and gain control of the House, there is one issue they must address immediately: Defund National Public Radio. We all know that the so-called taxpayer-funded news outlet NASCAR is far from racing, but this week they published a defamatory and downright disgusting essay by the author of the controversial children’s graphic novel Gender Queer. should absolutely cut off their funding.

The essay by Maya Kobabe is a woeful tale of her book being pulled from the shelves of many school libraries, mixed with self-congratulations for her bravery.

What is not said? Or in the essay itself or in its brief introduction? Therefore, the book is considered unsuitable for children. The answer is the very graphic depictions of sex, including oral sex, that are never mentioned.

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It is strange for any editor to publish this incredibly misleading sack of lies. The essay says, “A video of a parent’s rant against Gender Queer at a school board meeting in Fairfax, Virginia, went viral and immediately sparked a series of copy-cat issues elsewhere.”

Photo from the LGBTQ book Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe.
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The obvious and terrible implication of ignoring sexual imagery here is that these parents and others are anti-LGB and anti-T bigots, as opposed to adults who are legitimately concerned about what pornography is being given to children.

I mean this in no uncertain terms. If an adult showed this book to my 12 year old without my knowledge, I would have a huge problem with it. Not to mention his mother.

In this silly screenplay where Kobabe compares his book to To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men , he shows no protection whatsoever for showing these images to young children, nothing.

It’s been a while since I’ve read Harper Lee or John Steinbeck, but I can’t remember Scout’s touch or George showing Lennie how to get there.

But for NPR, even debating whether children should be given sexually explicit material in school is homophobic, transphobic, anti-LGB&T, or similar nonsense. At best, it shows our children that they know there is no good reason to have sex, at worst, I leave it to your imagination.

If Kobabe or some private shop wants to promote child pornography, that’s their own dirty business, but taxpayers can’t afford to fund NPR that actively distorts the truth of this story, and it must be stopped.

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It has long been known that NPR is a meaningless and over-federally funded version of the private left-wing media that already exists. It was bad enough that it was reason enough to end it. But now it is a literal threat to our children and must be eliminated as soon as possible.

While it’s true that Democrats control the Senate, a bill to defund the Martha’s Vineyard Subarus soundtrack is unlikely to pass the House, he told NPR to clean up its act or face potential retaliation. can send a clear message.

It is a strange thing for any editor to publish this incredibly misleading sack of lies. According to the essay, “A video of parents protesting against Gender Queer at a school board meeting in Fairfax, Virginia, went viral and immediately sparked a series of copy-cat issues elsewhere.”

Parents are angry, and rightly so. It is not the government’s job to teach our young children to properly suck their penis, frankly, I don’t believe this should be written. It’s certainly not the taxpayers’ job to fund a campaign to promote this behavior.

There is no excuse for NPR to run this dangerous and insensitive essay, even if they withdraw it tomorrow, they will have to withdraw their federal dollars and send it to their listeners asking them to fund their dangerous enterprise.

The American people have had enough. There is no need to pay taxes to promote child pornography. period

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