Pornographic book: A mother from Oklahoma says a former teacher should face ‘criminal charges for allowing her children to read a ‘pornographic’ book.
pornographic: A mother in Oklahoma believes a former public school teacher should face “criminal charges” for providing students with access to a book database containing “pornographic material.”
“pornographic material,” mother Laney Dickson said of a book about self-identity and sexuality. According to Fox 25. “No one, let alone a teacher in our public school systems. Would permit to disseminate this to children.” Teacher Summer Boismier] has access to minors and children.
Dicksion stated that this school year. Former Norman High School English teacher Summer Boismier gave students a QR code to a Brooklyn Public Library database called “Books Unbanned.” Dickson’s daughter did not scan the QR code to view the database’s list of books. But her mother did and discover books she describe as pornographic.
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“What I discover is the Books Unbanne program,” Dicksion explained. “It said. ‘Read prohibited books.'” “Our next upcoming event is a reading of the book ‘Gender Queer.'”
According to the book’s Amazon description, “Gender Queer” is a 2019 memoir about the author’s “journey of self-identity. “Which includes “wrestling with how to come out to family and society, bonding with friends over erotic gay fanfiction, and facing the trauma and fundamental violation of pap smears.”
The mother stated that she had filed a complaint with the school regarding the teacher providing students with access to the database by providing them with the QR code. According to Boismier. She is placing on leave earlier this month and eventually resigned.
“I’ve decided to resign from my position at Norman High School. I will say that the district has offered me my job back. Allowing me to return to the classroom as of tomorrow morning “According to Fox 25, Boismier resigned in a statement.
“It is unlawful for public schools in this state to engage in race or sex-based discriminatory acts by using these methods. Which results in treating individuals differently on the basis of race or sex or the creation of a hostile environment,” HB 1775 states.
The bill approves by the Oklahoma House 77-18. With Republicans championing it as a measure to ban critical race theory and “Marxist ideology” from classrooms. The bill opposes by all Democrats in the state House.
Educators in the state and the ACLU quickly filed a lawsuit against the law. Claiming it violates teachers’ and students’ First Amendment rights.
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As part of the new law, Norman Public Schools require teachers to sign a form before the start of the school year. Ensuring that teachers thoroughly review classroom libraries. Remove some materials from students’ access.
Boismier told Fox 25 that she shared the QR code for “Unbanned Books”. That she has “no regrets, would do it again, and will do it again.”
“I did share a library-linked QR code with my students in response to unfounded calls from state leadership for widespread censorship. I was immediately removed from my position and placed on leave as a result of this “Boismier stated to Fox 25.
“Parents need to be aware of what is given to their children, what is pushed upon their children. This [book] is one of them,” the mother said. She also told Fox 25 that she is more concerned about students having access to pornographic materials than books on critical race theory.
Republican state Sen. Rob Standridge chimed in. Echoing Dicksion’s claim that distributing the book to children could put teachers in legal jeopardy.
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“I bet the DA would press charges against you if you were living alone down the street from me and my kids went to your house and they walked in there and you handed them this book,” Standridge told Fox 25.
On Monday, Fox News Digital contacted Norman Public Schools.
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“The teacher, like many educators, is concerned about censorship and book removal by the Oklahoma state legislature. However, it is our goal as educators to teach students to think critically. Not to tell them what to think. We resolved the issue and expected the teacher to return to class on Wednesday as usual. The teacher was never fired or suspended. Place on administrative leave. But we understand the teacher has publicly expressed their desire to resign “The comment went on.