With the normalization of the LGBT+ movement comes the inevitable normalization of unimaginable depths of sexual perversion. There’s no way around it, and we are continually reminded of this fact with each sickening new headline we come across.
If there’s any benefit to the sordid secrets of the LGBT+ movement coming into the foreground, however, it’s that we can more easily call them out and stand up for their victims.
That’s exactly what has happened now that “Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out,” a hideously inappropriate book geared toward children as young as ninth grade, is being promoted by libraries in Australia.
According to an Amazon description, the book “profiles six transgender teens in both their own words and the author’s excellent photographs. The result is a strikingly in-depth examination of the sometimes clinical complexities of being transgender, even as Kuklin’s empathy-inducing pictures put a human face on the experience.”
“The profiles are evenly divided between FTM (female to male) and MTF (male to female) teens,” the description continues. “Also represented are a variety of races and ethnicities, and included are one teen who is intersex and another who regards themself as pansexual (several of the teens choose to identify themselves with the gender-neutral pronouns they, them, and their). Though their experiences differ, the teens often stress that, as Kuklin puts it, ‘Gender is one variable in a person’s identity, and sexual orientation is another variable. The two are not connected.’”
What sets “Beyond Magenta” apart from the usual hyper-sexualized drivel marketed for the young adult demographic is an anecdote of one of the six characters in which he describes enjoying oral sex, among other sexual antics, at just six years old.
Make sure you’re sitting down for this one, saints.
“From six up, I used to kiss other guys in my neighbourhood, make out with them, and perform oral sex on them. I liked it. I used to love oral,” reads an excerpt from the book. “And I touched their you-know-whats. We were really young but that’s what we did.”
When the book was released back in 2014, author Susan Kuklin was asked by CBS why she felt people were “afraid” of her book and didn’t want their children to read it. “This is dangerous knowledge,” Kuklin answered. “It’s scary to people because they don’t understand it. Once you get to understand it, it’s no longer frightening. But there’s that period before it happens, where there’s so much pushback and so much fear. And I think that’s what happened with my book.”
Anyone else eerily reminded of Genesis 3 by that statement? The sexual exploitation of children is truly demonic, yet people like Kuklin have eaten the apple and are proud to share a bite.
Kirralie Smith, director of Binary Australia, an organization dedicated to fighting gender-bending insanity in society, told the Daily Caller that the book “is in approximately 60 libraries in Australia. I found the book in my local library: Greater Taree Library — two copies in Taree and Wingham.”
“I know it is in the nest region in Port Macquarie as well,” Smith adds. “The book was on a promotional stand in Taree Library in the youth section.”
“These stories are being promoted to young people who may not have the capacity to judge whether this is good or bad behavior, Smith added in a statement on the vile book. “And despite the illicit nature of their accounts, each concludes by celebrating their transition.”
Check your local library for “Beyond Magenta” and, if they offer it, politely but firmly inform them of the offensive content and request that they get rid of it!
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