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In that inquiring mind there is evidently only a crime if it happens by a librarian, in the library, and is reported in the news.
According to the Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology:
According to HealthyChildren.org:
According to EMDR Healing:
According to Brave Mind Psychological Services:
"Children who are exposed to hard-core pornography are at increased risk for depression, sexual exploitation, and pornography addiction to name a few. Furthermore, because young brains are still developing pornography can shape their sexuality, arousal patterns and their understanding of romantic relationships.
There is a great deal of concern that increased exposure to online pornography is related to an increase in teens acting out these behaviors with younger children. Indeed, 23% of reported cases of child sexual abuse are from those that are under the age of 18.
Moreover, the part of the brain that is responsible for impulse control and good decision making isn't fully developed until the mid-twenties. You read that right, mid-twenties!! Obsessive and graphic pornography use can have a huge impact on teens."
According to the American Medical Association
Finally, according to What's Inside Childrens' Books?:
Wyoming Statute 6-4-303 has exemptions for specific entities including law enforcement, counselors, pastors... but NOT schools and libraries. Each sub-section has different exemptions.
On page 118:
There is no exception under that statute for schools or libraries. There are itemized exemptions for law enforcement, religious leaders, and counselors.
"Sexual abuse is any sexual activity that a child cannot understand or consent to. It also includes exposure to pornography."
Objectively, these library materials have motivated some teenagers to try sex, just as they were intended to. Those teenagers now sit in Wyoming jails. Recently a blotter item talked about a 14 year old and a 13 year old getting in a fight in the county jail (not necessarily incarcerated due to sex crimes). Why is it we have plenty of room for underage kids in the jails, but librarians have get-out-of-jail-free cards?
Not that long ago, sodomy was a criminal offense for adults. Now ALA librarians are teaching underaged kids (and specifically targeting birth+) what anal beads are and how to use them, because "it feels good."
Perversion has been a hot topic for adult literature since the beginning of time. What is new is the idea that it is okay to impose all forms of sexual fetish and perversion on every child, and to call anyone who wants even their own child left out of the deviant fetish training "a bigot" while accusing them of "imposing morals on others."
Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.