Not only does Alaska ACLU want gender-confused biological males to have access to girls’ showers, dressing rooms and sports teams, but they are also now actively organizing and training hard-left activists to oppose the Mat-Su School Districts effort to remove highly sexualized children’s books from school libraries.

On Saturday, May 13, the ACLU is leading an organization and strategizing session at Black Birch Books in Wasilla (2901 E. Bogard Rd., Ste 104). The meeting runs from 5-7 p.m.

A notice about the event rails against efforts to protect girls’ sports from biological males who claim to be female. It also asserts that people have the “right” to use whichever bathrooms correspond with their preferred gender identity, regardless of their biological sex.

The main focus of the meeting, however, will be to brainstorm strategies to undermine the Mat-Su District’s effort to purge its school libraries from a host of controversial materials that include fiction and nonfiction books containing detailed descriptions of masturbation, anal and oral sex, sex toys, pole dancing scenes, sex parties, dominatrix, foul language, descriptions of graphic and violent rape, gay teen sex encounters, gender transitioning characters and much more.

The ACLU claims these books actually “tell mindful stories and provide important histories” for children. Any attempt to remove these books from school libraries is a threat to the First Amendment, the ACLU asserts.


— Those who wish to learn more about what the ACLU is up to, can RSVP for the meeting here or here.

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ACLU trains activists to fight Mat-Su’s effort to remove graphic sexual books from schools

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.