'Woke' School District Forced to Remove Books after Mom Exposes Pedophilia in Them
Angry Virginia mother Stacy Langton went viral for reading passages from 'woke' pedo books
A "woke" school district has been forced to remove books from its libraries after an angry mom exposed the sexually explicit pedophilia contained in them.
Last week, as Neon Nettle first reported, Virginia mother Stacy Langton went viral for exposing graphic pedophilia that was glorified in a pair of books from her child's high school library.
She even read explicit passages to the school board before being cut off by leftist officials.
After the video of Langton's reading went viral and a backlash ensued, however, the district has now pulled the books from circulation until a committee can decide their final fate.
Fairfax County Public Schools will create two committees consisting of staff members, students, and parents — which the district's library services coordinator will lead.
The groups will examine the "suitability of both texts for inclusion in high school libraries," Patch reported, citing a district spokesperson.
At last Thursday's school board meeting, Stacy Langton held up copies of "Lawn Boy" by Jonathan Evison and "Gender Queer: A Memoir" by Maia Kobabe and exposed how they celebrated child sex abuse.
Langton said she checked both books out from Fairfax High School's library.
She told the board that "both of these books include pedophilia, sex between men and boys. ...
"One book describes a fourth-grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male.
"The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy."
Then Langton held up what appeared to be visual illustrations taken from one of the books — although the video camera does not show them — saying "the illustrations include fellatio, sex toys, masturbation, and violent nudity."
Langton then read to the board from what she said is Kobabe's book: "I can't wait to have your c**k in my mouth.
"I am going to give you the bl*wjob of your life, and then I want you inside me."
Next up was an excerpt from what she said is Evison's book: "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 sucked Doug Goble's d**k, the real estate guy, and he sucked mine, too."
Raising her voice, Langton ripped into the school board: "This is not an oversight at Fairfax High School!"
A couple of the board members heard enough and began interrupting Langton — and then one of them delivered to the fed-up mom what may be the tone-deaf comment of the year.
"There are children in the audience here," the board member warned Langton, despite the books having already been given to children.
The crowd reacted angrily to the exasperating statement and began shouting at the board.
And Langton wasn't about to give up the fight — or her time for public comment.
"Do not interrupt my time! Do not interrupt my time!" she hollered at the board.
"I will stand here until my time is restored and my time is finished!
"These books are in stock and available in the libraries of Robinson, Langely, and Annandale High Schools!"
A board member shot back: "For high school students, ma'am."
Langton continued, saying that "pornography is offensive to all people, it is offensive to common decency" before her mic was cut off.