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California School District Launches Review After Fox News Digital Exposed Pornographic, BDSM Material

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EXCLUSIVE — A California district with more than 40,000 students has launched a review of the books teachers are bringing to classroom libraries at dozens of schools following Fox News Digital’s report of a high school teacher showcasing books with BDSM/kink material.

Fox News Digital reported in September that an English teacher at Top of the San Juan Hillspreviously identified on the school website as Danielle Serio and known as “Flint”, had a series of pornographic and sexually explicit books in a “classroom queer library”.

The Capistrano Unified School District told Fox News Digital on Monday that it launched a review of the books in the teachers’ classroom library in October. The email asked teachers at all 59 schools in the district to immediately remove any books that violate district policy.

“With these criteria in mind, if you find books that do not meet the criteria of BP 6163.1, please make them unavailable to students. If you are unsure, we encourage you to work with your colleagues at your grade level departments and teams, or contact your site administration to make this decision,” the email reads.

Professor ‘Flint’ brags about ‘Queer Library on TikTok
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A district spokesperson added that “we will present our library policy to the board for discussion and review in January.”

In a video posted Nov. 21, Flint addressed the outrage surrounding the “queer classroom library.“The teacher explained that the books help the students understand who they are.

“People really go crazy for my queer library. I have about 200 LGBT-specific titles that I’ve kept for over eight years. Don’t get me wrong, my students love this library. It’s been really helpful for many students discovering who they are and how to relate to their peers,” the teacher said.

A book previously in the classroom library, “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Being Trans…”, discussed BDSM, fetishes and a kink social media networking site.

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

Flint's 'Queer Library' includes 'This Book is Gay', which is about orgies and sex apps.

Flint’s ‘Queer Library’ includes ‘This Book is Gay’, which is about orgies and sex apps.
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FetLife is a social networking site for the “kink community”.

Another book previously in the library called “This book is gaydiscussed the casual dating site “Grindr” and included detailed information on how to have anal and “girl on girl” sex.

“We all want to have sex with lots of people,” the book states. “[T]he prostate gland… feels amazing when massaged. A lot of men, gay or straight, love how it feels.”

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

The professor named Flint's posts about being transgender on TikTok.

The professor named Flint’s posts about being transgender on TikTok.
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It also included information about sex parties and orgies.

“Saunas, or ‘bathhouses,’ are scattered all over the country, and they’re perfectly legal. People (many saunas have lesbian parties) pay a little money to get in, then have a little sauna and random sex. Again, it’s fine as long as you’re safe.”

When a TikTok user asked why “queer library“The books aren’t in general circulation in the school,” Flint said, “The library has some of these titles, but getting them ‘into circulation’ is pretty tough.”

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In other TikTok VideoFlint asked why parents find it hard to trust educators.

“I’ve been wondering lately why it’s so hard for so many in the general public to trust educators when it comes to education – the thing we study and do every day. It’s been so long since they haven’t weren’t in school, I wonder if they have extreme or outdated views about what happens in the classroom,” Flint said.

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