Has anyone heard about the book “Let’s Talk About It”? You might have heard how it’s an obscene book that’s been challenged in Ketchikan, Fairbanks, Anchorage and Mat-Su Valley. The cover bills it as a “Teen’s Guide to Sex, Relationships, and
Two weeks after narrowly voting to keep a graphic teen sex book in the youth section of the local library, the Ketchikan City Council voted 4-3 to override the head librarian and move the book to the adult section. In their July 6 vote the majority of the
Anchorage’s new chief librarian, Virginia McClure, doesn’t see a problem with young teens reading library books that include graphic instructions on how to have anal sex, explore sexual fantasies and gender identities, create their own personal digital
Alaska school districts and libraries that disseminate sexualized content, pornographic books or controversial sex-education material to minors have been officially put on notice by Attorney General Treg
The ACLU of Alaska has teamed up with another hard leftist organization, Northern Justice Project, in suing the Mat-Su School District for removing several highly sexualized books from school
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