A Catholic school board in Ontario allows children to access in its library a sexually explicit pro-transgender book that includes an author’s description of how he stimulated sexual organs of “guys in my neighborhood” with his mouth as a six-year-old boy.
Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out (2014) by Susan Kuklik is on the shelf at the Ottawa Catholic School Board’s (OCSB) Mother Teresa and St. Joseph’s high schools, and is available electronically to all secondary school students.
And because fourteen of OCSB’s 15 high schools include Grades 7 and 8, that means students as young as 12 can access the book that positively recounts six teens “transitioning.”
It’s is also on the shelf at secondary schools Mary Ward in the Toronto Catholic school board; Resurrection in the Waterloo Catholic school board, and at Bishop Macdonell, Our Lady of Lourdes, and St. James in the Wellington Catholic school board, all of which schools run from Grades 9 to 12.
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