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Friday, October 14, 2022 

Librarian quits job because LGBT children's books promotion alienated her

Kelly Rothman tells how all the marketeering and mainstreaming of homosexuality in children's books discouraged her from continuing in a librarians job:
I have a master of arts in information science and learning technology. While my children were young, I worked on my degree with the intention of securing employment in a library once my children were older. I was overjoyed to realize this dream once I was employed by my local public library. I was employed by this library for nearly five years, three of which were as the children’s collection librarian, my dream job.

Yet the inner conflict between my Christian faith and the LGBT movement that is becoming more and more prominently portrayed in newly published children’s books caused me to increasingly consider walking away from this job I worked for years to secure. That moment came a couple of weeks ago when I tearfully handed in my letter of resignation to my director.

In the letter, I stated, “I have enjoyed all aspects of my job … but it is time for me to be done. As the world continues to change its perspective in many areas, including gender identity, it has become clearer to me that I can no longer do my job effectively; my faith, and therefore my conscience, will not allow it.”

All caregivers of children who adore their library as much as I do should know that the LGBT agenda has infiltrated even books for babies, and therefore, public library children’s story times in some areas. Books for children do this now even without explicitly mentioning sex, such as this 2022 Christmas picture book about a dog owned by homosexual men. Books such as the Kitty-Corn series subtly encourage the ideology underlying transgenderism, even without mentioning sex or gender, like many other newer books libraries are buying for very young children.
Obviously, it's a shame somebody's been discouraged from working in a library job because a whole bunch of far-left ideologues took over the asylum and is running it according to their belief that it's perfectly acceptable to indoctrinate children. But what's really sad is where this propaganda and indoctrination could've first had its roots: the Frog and Toad childrens books by Arnold Lobel (1933-87), who was homosexual himself, and the books about a pair of anthropomorphic amphibian buddies served as metaphors for his own sexual preference. I've noticed a number of ideologues on Twitter telling how they adore this book because of how Lobel preceded them in making a whole big deal out of their ideology as something acceptable for children, to the point of writing children's books serving as allusions to homosexuality.

Although Lobel was married and had at least 2 children, he and his wife Anita later split up, and he later died of AIDS in the late 80s. One could ask - he devalued his wife for the sake of LGBT ideology?!? That's certainly the perception you could get from how he went about his business. It's a real shame he had to obsess over being an ideologue, and was indoctrinated into believing homosexuality was an entirely positive direction. In any event, that the Frog & Toad books would serve such a purpose is disgraceful, and all parents who realize what they were really meant to convey should keep their children away from them. Sad as it is to say, they were, most unfortunately, an early form of propaganda meant to normalize and justify Opposite Sex Rejection.

I do wonder, however, if a children's book metaphorizing lesbian relations would've actually drawn visible opposition by contrast at the time? I ask because I'd noticed how Hollywood was far more likely to depict lesbians as criminals than male homosexuals in past decades on TV since the mid-1970s. If a book depicting lesbianism positively really did draw objections from family groups, yet a book normalizing male homosexuality didn't, that'd surely speak volumes loud enough to crack the sound barrier. And then we wonder how it got to a point where what amounts to a form of male supremacy became such a protected, priviledged class, while femininity was humiliated in the process?

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