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Moms for Liberty believes that children should be children. Their education should be about reading, writing, arithmetic, civics, and acquiring basic social skills. The moms are opposed to graphic sex in the classrooms and to race-baiting education. For that, the left despises them, and it’s using race-based tactics and the threat of violent intimidation to make its case. What’s happening in Charleston, South Carolina, is a microcosm of what’s happening across America.

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In Charleston County, as is true in so many American schools, the schools have books that focus on explicit sex, often gay pedophilia. For example, 13 Charleston school libraries, including middle schools, have George M. Johnson’s All Boys Aren’t Blue: A Memoir-Manifesto (also available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, of course), which recounts in graphic detail the author’s sexual experiences—and I mean graphic. It’s indistinguishable from pornography in content but, to the left, it’s acceptable because it describes a gay man’s sexual experiences, along with his emotional responses. (Porn, of course, is sexual only.)

Then there’s the infamous Gender Queer, which is also in Charleston schools. As this link shows, it describes homosexual sex and transgenderism in exquisite detail. Moreover, when we use the word “graphic” in connection with Gender Queer, that’s the right word because it’s an illustrated novel, complete with uncensored pictures.

Those are only some of the books being forced on America’s children, whether in Charleston or elsewhere. That’s what Mom’s for Liberty is pushing back against. They’re not trying to censor books that stores can carry, or parents can buy for their children. They’re saying that children should not be exposed to this kind of stuff in school.