Maine 11 year old speaks out against “pornographic” content in his middle school And he calls for the prosecution of administrators.
Knox Zajac, An 11–year-old sixth grader, spoke up at a school board meeting Last week’s reading aloud from The book “Nick and Charlie” That he’d checked out his own. school’s library. This is the age advisory. book Age 14 and over
“Nick and Charlie,” Alice Oseman wrote the following: Two teenage boys steal wine from their parents. from They began to have sex with each other after their parents had died.
“This book was on the stand. I would like to read you a page,” Zajac at The school board meetingAccording to an unpublished video The Maine Wire.
Zajac Continue reading “My back over my hips. I asked if he should take his clothes off. He was saying yes before I finished my sentence. He’s pulling off my T-Shirt, laughing when I can’t undo his shirt buttons. He’s undoing my belt. I’m reaching into his bedside drawer for a condom.”
Zajac You can read the full text of this explicit content in the book.
“When I rented it out and showed my dad it, the librarian asked if I wanted more and if I wanted a graphic novel version,” Zajac said.
Zajac’s father, Adam, spoke up to address the Board of Windham Raymond School District, also known as RSU-14.
Adam began to explode the book “Gender Queer,” This also contains explicit sexual depictions of minors. You can find the age advisory on the book This is intended for readers aged 18 and over.
“This is bulls–t,” He said.
“We do not need to be having literature that is showing boys how to s–k d–k … you may think the schools know what’s best for our children. You know who knows best for our children? The parents.”
Fox News Digital reached RSU14 in an attempt to get a comment. However, they did not receive any response.
Federal and state law forbid the distribution or possession of pornographic material that involves children.