Hey, parents! Here’s yet another example of what the public education establishment thinks ought to be pumped into your child’s soul.
Pushed into school classrooms and libraries by Scholastic Books, named a National Book Award finalist, and honored by the American Library Association in “Best Books for Young Adults,” Luna by Julie Peters (2006) tells the heart-warming story of a teenage boy who wants to be a girl. Why? Because that’s “his true self,” says the amazon.com blurb. “But are Liam’s friends and family ready to welcome Luna [that’s what he calls himself when he’s poncing around in his sister’s clothes and makeup] into their lives?”
This is the dreck they want your children to be reading. The boy “must free himself to become the woman who lives inside him,” says a review in… wait for it…the School Library Journal.
What is the bloody point of this? More importantly, how can parents be content to sit around watching the Kardashians and college football while a bunch of perverted screwballs rams this toxic waste into children’s brains?
Why are “educators” so fired up to get boys turned into girls? And what will be the next goody out of the public education job jar? Are they going to take us to The Island of Doctor Moreau? From turning boys into girls and girls into boys, is it such a giant step to turning humans into beasts?
We are creating in this age a grotesque parody of human life at which posterity, a thousand years from now, will laugh incredulously and use it as the stuff of horror stories. They won’t believe we ever did such things.
So long, Black Beauty. Bye-bye, Hans Brincker, or The Silver Skates. Books for young readers used to be beautiful and edifying.
Someday God will wake the human race from this nightmare. Pray He does it soon.