A father’s quest to warn fellow parents about explicit sex books being pushed in the Anchorage School District has made national news.

First reported by the Alaska Watchman, the story of Jay McDonald’s testimony at the Anchorage School Board’s Feb. 7 meeting was picked up by Fox News on Feb. 16.

McDonald was ultimately silenced by the school board after he began reading segments of a book titled, “Let’s Talk About It.” The book, which has been circulated in school libraries, tells kids about the benefits of anal sex while instructing them on how “safely” create their own online porn.

McDonald told Fox news that he has pulled his kids from the district, and currently homeschools them. He now wants to alert other parents about the materials the district believes are suitable for children.

He said his daughter has already learned about gender identity when she was in kindergarten and first grade.

“We came to realize that they had already been talking to her at that point about the gender stuff,” he told Fox on Feb. 16. “It sounds harmless and innocuous, but… what it does in their little minds, it’s very confusing to them. And I’m glad that we got her out of school when we did.”

McDonald added: “It’s not about one book or two books or 10 books. This is a much larger push. They’re pushing critical gender theory on kids starting in elementary school. They’re encouraging them to get what they call ‘gender creative,’ and they’re transitioning them in the public schools, and they’re doing it without prior notification or consent from the parents. And in some cases, they never tell the parents. So I’m encouraging people, like if you’re not able to homeschool, please just sit down with your kids and talk to them about what they hear in school.”

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Fox picks up story on dad who challenged Anchorage school board over explicit sex books

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.