LGBT Activists Use Books As Their Latest Weapon To Target Innocent Children

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This summer looks a bit different for families, as many favorite destination places are still closed due to the pandemic.

To keep children entertained, many families are reading more books than ever, which under normal circumstances would be considered a good thing.

Except LGBT activists have taken the innocent act of a child reading a book and corrupted it into the unthinkable.

They’ve already taken over cartoon shows, movies, and children’s toys, and now they continue to thrust their perverted agenda into children’s books.

Even more horrifying, some parent groups are actually publishing a list of all the LGBT books, encouraging moms to purchase them and read them to their children.

While some of these books are geared towards impressionable teens who are already facing a host of confusion with their identity, some of the books target children as young as 3-years old!

One of the recommended books called “Mommy, Mama, and Me” is a story about two moms raising a little child.

The book received 5 stars on Amazon and its summary states:

“One of the only original board books about gay parents! A perfect purchase for Mother’s Day, new parents, baby showers, and more!

Rhythmic text and illustrations with universal appeal show a toddler spending the day with its mommies. From hide-and-seek to dress-up, then bath time and a kiss goodnight, there’s no limit to what a loving family can do together.”

As if toddlers need to learn about same-sex relationships!

Another recommended book called “George” is about a boy who thinks he’s a girl, and when he wants to try out for a girl part in the school play and the teacher (rightfully) doesn’t allow him, he comes up with a plan.

Amazon too gave this book nearly 5 stars with the summary that states:

“When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she’s not a boy. She knows she’s a girl.

George thinks she’ll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte’s Web. George really, really, REALLY wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can’t even try out for the part . . . because she’s a boy.

With the help of her best friend, Kelly, George comes up with a plan. Not just so she can be Charlotte — but so everyone can know who she is, once and for all.”

Of course, the book continues to refer to the boy as “she”, teaching children that they can pick the gender pronoun of their choice and ignore what they are born with.

These types of books continue to brainwash young children, and leftist librarians are pushing them.

After all, as Mommy Underground previously reported, a National Librarian conference actually trained library staff how to bring in “drag queens” while hiding it from parents.

And while drag queen story hours may be canceled due to the closures of libraries from COVID-19, LGBT activists are finding other ways to influence impressionable children.

Even books are no longer safe for kids to read.

Parents must continue to stay vigilant and no longer assume summer reading programs are suitable for young children.

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