'Woke' School Caught Encouraging Children to Become 'Sex Workers'
Police investigating Loudoun County, Virginia school over pro-prostitution agenda
A "woke" school in Loudoun County, Virginia is under police investigation after it was caught encouraging children to become "sex workers."
Police say that a middle school librarian allegedly defended pro-prostitution books that were being handed out to 11- to 13-year-old students.
Librarian Stefany Guido, reportedly argued that the books belonged in the library because many of the children who attend the school are "sex workers."
Police launched an investigation after a shocked teacher discovered the books and Guido allegedly revealed the "woke" pro-prostitution agenda.
The teacher had asked Guido about a book a parent had flagged on Twitter called “Seeing Gender.”
The book includes a chapter titled “‘Sex Work’ Is Not a Bad Term.”
The teacher felt compelled to tell police that students in her charge could be in danger.
"A person may exchange sex or sexual activity for things they need or want, such as food, housing, hormones, drugs, gifts, or other resources,” reads one shocking passage in the book.
Prostitution is “a job like being a store clerk, an architect, or a freelance writer," the book continues.
"We all, unfortunately, have to do work to make a living.
"Some of us hate our jobs and some of us love them–the same goes for those who do sex work.
"Sadly, sex work is generally misunderstood."
From a Loudoun middle school library, “Seeing Gender” by Iris Gottlieb. pic.twitter.com/wnoQMLlpKw— LCPS Can Do Better (@LCPSDoBetter) May 24, 2022
The Sterling Middle School teacher went to the school library after seeing the unidentified parent’s tweet about the book to find out if it was actually available to students.
Guido retrieved the book and defended it, the teacher told police in a recorded conversation.
In her interview with the police, the teacher recounted her discussion with Guido.
“She started talking about how there’s kids who come to the library who do sex work, and this makes them feel validated,” the teacher told police.
“As a teacher, if you get an individual student coming to you because you’re abused, you have to go the police immediately.”
The teacher said Guido did not name specific students, except one who had passed through the school about six years ago.
Guido allegedly said she marked the book as being for eighth-graders.
“I said, ‘what happens if a sixth grader checks it out?'” the teacher told the police.
“She said ‘I have a conversation with them about it.’”
“I said, ‘This is like a textbook for how to do this, including selling your body for hormone replacement therapy,'” the teacher said.
“She said, ‘There’s no pornography in it so it doesn’t matter.’”
On the recording, Deputy Jamie Holben — a former School Resource Officer for the middle school— notes that the school is in a rough neighborhood where detectives have reason to believe child trafficking has occurred.
Guido has been active in political and cultural hot-button issues.
In 2017, Guido told the Human Rights Campaign she was canvassing for votes for a transgender Democrat political candidate.
“I felt like I was actually making an impact in politics — which has always felt impenetrable in the past,” she said.
"It was so rewarding to get to go out and interact with other voters in a positive way."
Earlier this month, she used Facebook to raise money for abortions.
The school’s other librarian, Lisa Buffi, created a 17-page list of “LGBTQ+ Books” for children, such as “a picture book with rhyming text that encourages boys and girls to ignore common gender stereotypes,” one about a boy who transfers to a new school and begins life as a girl, and others called “The Bride Was A Boy,” “Boy Meets Boy,” and “Being Jazz: My Life As A (Transgender) Teen.”
She also appealed to outside donors to purchase books such as “Ghost Boy,” and promoted an effort by a gay group to donate books to the library.
The American Library Association has increasingly promoted to children comic books that contain overt sexual messages.
In April, it chose a self-described “Marxist lesbian” as its president-elect.
Her platform seemed to have little to do with literature, saying “So many of us find ourselves at the ends of our worlds.
"The consequences of decades of unchecked climate change, class war, white supremacy, and imperialism have led us here.”