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02-12-2022    08:54 PM    OPINION    Bloody drawings, violent themes, and transgenderism are all promoted in the toddler section of Wyoming Libraries

This comes in from Worland: The Federalist: Red State Public Schools Push Kids To Go Trans Behind Parents' Backs "A new report finds systemic racism, sexual obscenity, and anti-Americanism in U.S. public education, even in a deeply red state" (Idaho)

Parents are taking back their children's curriculums in schools after learning of sexually inappropriate reading materials being given out by teachers. ...Texas dad Josh Posey who found 100 books at Waller High School that contained sexually inappropriate passages: The book given to his 14-year-old son included the story of the sexual abuse of an 11-year-old girl written from the perspective of her adult abuser—glorifying ****phelia. Really disturbing stuff. This interview is full of details on what parents are doing and can do to ensure their kids get a wholesome and legitimate education at school. Full segment here: YouTuber Ivory Hecker Update on Inappropriate Reading Materials at Texas School.

Practicing those sex acts which are promoted to minors in library books has another male facing years - and possibly life - in prison. According to a Gillette News Record article, John Mills "is accused of sexually abusing two girls in Gillette over several years. The girls said they were paid by Mills, usually $200, because he knew they were destitute. Their mother joked with them about it and called having sex with Mills "the bank of John Mills," according to the affidavit. She was acquitted of all charges against her."

Another story in the same Gillette News Record, February 12, 2022, is about a Gillette man who is not a librarian. "Hiebert had been charged in Gillette with...and four counts of sexual exploitation of children. Those charges were recently dismissed because Hiebert had been charged federally with crimes based on the same event and circumstances."

Wyoming librarians are engaged in the exploitation of children. Exploitation includes grooming, and grooming includes "Sharing sexually explicit material." Saprea.org aka DefendInnocence.org

In Reno v. ACLU, 521 U.S. 844 (1998), the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that, "transmiting obscenity and child pornography, whether via the Internet or other means, is... illegal under federal law for both adults and juveniles."



What follows is quoted from The United States Department of Justice:

Obscenity:

Obscenity is not protected under First Amendment rights to free speech, and violations of federal obscenity laws are criminal offenses. The U.S. courts use a three-pronged test, commonly referred to as the Miller test, to determine if given material is obscene. Obscenity is defined as anything that fits the criteria of the Miller test, which may include, for example, visual depictions, spoken words, or written text.

Federal law makes it illegal to distribute, transport, sell, ship, mail, produce with intent to distribute or sell, or engage in a business of selling or transferring obscene matter. Convicted offenders face fines and imprisonment. Although the law generally does not criminalize the private possession of obscene matter, the act of receiving such matter could violate federal laws prohibiting the use of the mails, common carriers, or interactive computer services for the purpose of transportation.

Obscenity Law and Minors:

Federal law strictly prohibits the distribution of obscene matter to minors. Any transfer or attempt to transfer such material to a minor under the age of 16, including over the Internet, is punishable under federal law. It is also illegal to use misleading website domain names with intent to deceive a minor into viewing harmful or obscene material. For example, using a cartoon character or children´s television program in the domain of a website that contains harmful or obscene material may be punishable under federal law.

In addition, visual representations, such as drawings, cartoons, or paintings that appear to depict minors engaged in sexual activity and are obscene are also illegal under federal law. It is important to note that the standard for what is harmful to minors may be different than the standard for adults, and offenders convicted of obscenity crimes involving minors face harsher penalties than if the crimes involved only adults.

For more information, see Citizen's Guide to Federal Law on Obscenity



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