Screenshot from TikTok via FoxNews.com

A California high school teacher’s ‘queer library’ makes its rounds on TikTok after the teacher posts about it. With over 100 books in the library, the graphic books included kink/BDSM which was defended for being sexual liberation, as opposed to perverse content. Along with the graphic sexual content, books about gender and transgender ideology were in the mix as well, the books shown in the videos include “They/Them/They’re”, “The A-Z Of Gender And Sexuality”, and “The Boy In The Red Dress”.

Content for Libs of TikTok just keeps coming. Libs of TikTok, an account that has been doxxed, suspended, and harassed by those not approving of the content has been reporting stories of this nature for almost 2 years. While people, typically those on the left, don’t approve of the account’s content, the issue is that they’re not actually original content creators. People, including multiple occurrences of teachers, post these videos to TikTok willingly, then are met with a different reaction than they intended.


 

While Libs of TikTok isn’t behind this highlight, they’ve been doing similar content for years, and this highlights the issue of those who call out the perverse teachers who attempt to spread their ideology to children receiving less heat from the media and Twitter masses than those who post the exact same content in an effort to call attention to these teacher’s actions. Books containing graphic sexual imagery or descriptions, books encouraging minors to question or change their gender, or anything of this nature has no place in a school setting. The teachers who decide to proudly post this content should receive the heat from the media and Twitter masses, not those who call it out, whether it be Fox News in this case, Libs of Tik Tok, or anyone else shedding light on this issue by reposting or discussing the videos originally posted by the teachers themselves.

 

According to FoxNews.com,

 

The teacher at San Juan Hills High School, identified on the school’s website as Danielle Serio, is known as “Flint.” Flint posted repeatedly on TikTok about books in the “queer library” and said it was available to students and has been active for five years. 

Many of the details covered in the books are being withheld from this story due to its extremely sexually-explicit nature. 

One of the books, “Juliet Takes a Breath” by Gabby Rivera, contains extremely graphic imagery of sex between women. 

“Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Being Trans…” discusses BDSM, fetishes and a kink social media networking site. 

“I find the BDSM/kink community to be extremely open-minded and welcoming in every way; it’s a place of sexual liberation,” the book states. “There is often more blanket level of acceptance of transgender people within the kink/BDSM (bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism) scenes and sites such as FetLife.”

FetLife is a social media networking site for the “kink community.”

Another book, called “This Book is Gay,” discusses the casual hookup site “Grindr” and includes detailed information on how to have anal and “girl on girl” sex.

“We all want to have sex with loads of people,” the book states. “[T]he prostate gland… feels amazing when massaged. Lots of men, gay or straight, like how this feels.”

“Let’s talk about dildos: I think a lot of people assume that where there is no penis, a desperate sexual void is created, out of which something [bleep] shaped must ultimately slot in order to satisfy,” the book continued. “I’ve only every slept with two women who enjoyed using dildos. I hate wearing a strap-on. I’ve only every done it once and NEVER AGAIN!”

It also included information on sex parties and orgies. “Saunas, or ‘bath houses,’ are dotted all over the country, and they are perfectly legal. People (many saunas run lesbian nights) pay some money to enter and then have a bit of a sauna and some random sex. Again, this is fine as long as you’re safe.”

At one point, Flint interviewed the school’s principal at San Juan Hills High, Dr. Manoj Mahindrakar, and posted it on TikTok. 

Flint asked about whether he thought “it’s important to have a queer library on campus,” and he said, “In my educational experience, books are always a good thing and any books that support our students, I’m for.”

Another book, “The A-Z of Gender and Sexuality,” also discusses kink and fetishes as well as “tucking” – the process of hiding one’s penis and “whorephobia” – stigma against prostitutes. 

In another TikTok video, Flint questioned why parents have a hard time trusting educators. 

“I’ve been wondering lately why it’s so hard for so many people in the general public to trust educators about education – the thing that we studied and do every day. It’s been so long since they were in school, I’m wondering if they have extreme or outdated views about what’s happening in the classroom,” Flint said. 

It’s unclear whether the principal of the school, Dr. Manoj Mahindrakar, actually read the books in question, as he was not descript in his defense of the books. However, Flint, the teacher, and TikTok user, is only part of the problem in a much larger issue. There are countless examples of multiple teachers doing roughly the exact same thing as Flint, and while it’s wrong and perverse to be showing this content to minors, Flint and teachers like her have been emboldened and accepted by the system, their superiors, and the political attitude of the country. Their videos and their actions should be called out and reposted in an effort to stop their manipulation of children.

Concerned parents, everyday citizens, right-wing politicians, along with the majority of the masses of average people who have no intention of grooming children have been concerned, or have called out the behavior of educators like this. While graphic sexual content of this nature, along with critical race theory, has been seen in colleges for years, at least the adults in college are old enough to make their own decisions. College students are impressionable, and the typically left-wing teachers and professors who are obsessed with power dynamics and hierarchy know this. As impressionable as college students are, minors and school children are essentially play-doe in comparison, and teachers have the ability to normalize whatever they’d like into their impressionable brains.



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