By Christine Favocci The Western Journal
If there's one good thing that came out of school closures, it's that parents finally had a window into what their kids were being exposed to in the classroom -- and many were horrified by what they saw.
That's exactly what happened in Carmel, Indiana, where parents learned the full scope of the perversion being peddled to their children.
The school libraries there are filled with storybooks pushing radical
transgender ideology, lessons on masturbation for middle schoolers, and
novels with explicit sexual scenes including one describing a bloody
At a meeting of the Carmel Clay School Board on Monday, outraged parents took turns reading excerpts from these materials.
They are so objectionable that it's necessary to issue more than our usual warning of graphic content.
WARNING: The following video contains graphic language that some viewers will find offensive.One parent spoke out against the "global campaign to promote sexualized material to grade school children which is heralded by the UN, championed by Planned Parenthood and is now making its way into the Carmel schools."
She noted some of the titles available at elementary schools, including "Introducing Teddy: A Gentle Story About Gender and Friendship," which uses a teddy bear to teach kids that gender isn't determined by biology. There is also "Sparkle Boy," about a toddler's cross-dressing tendencies, and "Call Me Max," in which a kindergarten girl gets a teacher to call her by a boy's name.