A far-left Utah parent has called for the Davis County School District to remove the holy Bible from its schools, calling it “one of the most sex-ridden books around.”
The lone parent argues the Bible violates a Utah law passed in 2022 to ban books that contain
“pornographic or indecent” content from Utah schools.
The ‘woke’ parent filed the angry complaint that pornographic books with cartoon depictions of sex acts were being removed from schools.
A spokesperson for the School district said they are considering the parent’s complaint.
A copy of the parent’s request to ban the Bible last was obtained by The Salt Lake City Tribune last week.
The demand reads as follows:
“Incest, onanism, bestiality, prostitution, genital mutilation, fellatio, dildos, rape, and even infanticide. You’ll no doubt find that the Bible, under Utah Code Ann. § 76-10-1227, has ‘no serious values for minors’ because it’s pornographic by our new definition,” the parent wrote.
The parent then demands the Bible be removed from the shelves at Davis High School, calling it “porn.”
“Get this PORN out of our schools. If the books that have been banned so far are any indication for way lesser offenses, this should be a slam dunk,” the parent adds.
The anti-Christian parent also blasted parental rights group Utah Parents United, calling them a “white supremacist hate group” for trying to protect children from pornographic content.
“Ceding our children’s education, First Amendment Rights, and library access to a white supremacist hate group like Utah Parents United seems like a wonderful idea for a school district literally under investigation for being racist,” the parent wrote.
Corinne Johnson, the Public Relations Director of Utah Parents United, criticized the false equivalency, calling it a “political stunt,” adding the parent does not understand the law.
“It is clear from the petition that this is a political stunt, and the parent does not understand the law or the seriousness of the challenge process,” Johnson told The Daily Caller.
“None of the passages from the Bible meet the Bright Line Standard for pornographic content. Not every reference to sexual activity meets the criteria for removal from a school library,” Johnson added.
Johnson explained that the 2022 law presents clear guidelines on explicit sexual content.
“If there are descriptions or depictions of human genitals in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal; acts of human masturbation, sexual intercourse, or sodomy; or fondling or other erotic touching of human genitals or pubic region, then it should not be allowed anywhere on the school grounds.”
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