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11-year-old rips sexually explicit material in his Maine middle school: ‘The librarian asked if I wanted more’

The boy’s father also spoke up to the board, saying ‘I will be a thorn in your sides’

An 11-year-old in Maine spoke out against “pornographic” content in his middle school and wants the administrators to be prosecuted.

PROGRAMMING ALERT: Tune in to Fox News Channel Tuesday at 10 pm ET to catch an interview with Knox Zajac and his father on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’

Knox Zajac, an 11–year-old sixth grader, spoke up at a school board meeting last week to read aloud from the book “Nick and Charlie” that he had checked out of his school’s library. The age advisory in this book is 14 years of age and older.

“Nick and Charlie,” written by Alice Oseman, begins with two early teen boys stealing wine from their parents and proceeding to experiment sexually with one another.

“This book was on the stand. I would like to read you a page,” Zajac said at the school board meeting, according to a video posted in The Maine Wire.

Zajac proceeded to read, “My back over my hips. I asked if he should take his clothes off. He was saying yes before I finished my sentence. He’s pulling off my T-Shirt, laughing when I can’t undo his shirt buttons. He’s undoing my belt. I’m reaching into his bedside drawer for a condom.”

Zajac read more of the sexually explicit material in the book.

“When I rented it out and showed my dad it, the librarian asked if I wanted more and if I wanted a graphic novel version,” Zajac said.

Zajac’s father, Adam, spoke up to address the Board of Windham Raymond School District, also known as RSU-14.

“I’m that kid’s father… That’s my son, 11 years old and went to his library and found it by the entry door of our library. This is the smut that he is finding, alright? I don’t care whether it’s gay, straight, bisexual, or whatever the terms are for all of this stuff – it doesn’t need to be at our school. It doesn’t need to be at my 11-year-old’s library.”

Adam Zajac spoke up to address the Board of Windham Raymond School District about the book “Gender Queer”

Adam proceeded to blast the book “Gender Queer,” which also shows sexually explicit depictions of two minors. The age advisory in the book is for readers 18 years of age and older.

“This is bulls***,” he said.

“We do not need to be having literature that is showing boys how to s*** d*** … you may think the schools know what’s best for our children. You know who knows best for our children? The parents.”

Fox News Digital reached out to RSU14 for a comment but did not immediately get a response.

State and federal law prohibit the possession or distribution of pornographic material involving children.

Parents across the country are paying closer attention to school boards by challenging progressive curricula and contesting books they deem inappropriate.

The issue of education has become a top concern among voters. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, school board meetings have oftentimes become battlegrounds between parents and school board officials, reigniting the debate over how much control parents have over their children’s education.

 

 

 


‘It’s smut’: Kid reads sexually graphic book he got from school library to school board members

Knox Zajac, an 11-year-old middle school student, reads from a sexually explicit book that was available at his public school library before a school board meeting in Windham, Maine, on Feb. 15, 2023. Screengrab: YouTube/Flood It Again

An 11-year-old boy gained national attention after he spoke at a school board meeting where he read aloud from a sexually graphic book that his father said was displayed at his son’s middle school library.

At a meeting of the Windham Raymond School District RSU14 on Feb. 15, student Knox Zajac read from the school library book Nick and Charlie by Alice Oseman, which was marked as inappropriate for children under the age of 14.

Nevertheless, Knox was able to check out the book, which has a plot centered on two teenage boys sexually experimenting with each other, and read it aloud to school board members.

“My back over my hips. I asked if he should take his clothes off. He was saying yes before I finished my sentence. He’s pulling off my T-shirt, laughing when I can’t undo his shirt buttons. He’s undoing my belt. I’m reaching into his bedside drawer for a condom,” said Knox as he read the expletive book for the record as seen in a video shared by 1776 Project PAC.

Knox added, “When I rented it out and showed my dad it, the librarian asked if I wanted more and if I wanted a graphic novel version.”

His father, Adam Zajac, told The Maine Wire that many “parents just don’t know what’s going on in the school.”

“What I don’t understand is how we have books in the middle school library that adults would be fired for having at work, or potentially prosecuted for sharing with children given their pornographic content,” said Adam Zajac. “It’s smut, really.”

Public school districts across the United States have seen passionate debates over their decision to allow sexually explicit books in school libraries and classrooms. One such book, Lawn Boy, promotes pedophilia by depicting scenes where an older man grooms an underage boy. Another book is Gender Queer, which features violent nudity and other adult content

Last November, Dearborn Public School officials announced that they were removing a couple of their sexually explicit books in response to protests by Muslim and Christian parents.

These included Push by Sapphire, which features a girl being sexually abused by her father, and Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston, a sexually explicit LGBT romance story.

In April of last year, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed a law requiring school boards to inform parents of when books used in their kids’ classrooms contain sexually explicit content.

According to a press release by the American Library Association last September, efforts to ban or restrict books in school libraries were increasing, with 681 attempts to ban or restrict library resources occurring during the first eight months of 2022.

ALA President Lessa Kananiʻopua Pelayo-Lozada was quoted in the press release casting these efforts in a negative light, believing that they reflected “coordinated, national efforts to silence marginalized or historically underrepresented voices.”

“Though it’s natural that we want to protect young people from some of life’s more difficult realities, the truth is that banning books does nothing to protect them from dealing with tough issues. Instead, it denies young people resources that can help them deal with the challenges that confront them,” she stated.

 


Sixth Grader Stands Up Against Sexually Explicit Material in His Middle School

Public schools are teaching children their LGBTs using vile methods.

An 11-year-old boy in Maine is speaking out against sexually explicit material in his middle school library and calling for administrators to be prosecuted. At a Windham Raymond School Board meeting on February 15, Knox Zajac read aloud from the book Nick and Charlie, which he had checked out of his school’s library. This book, written by Alice Oseman, graphically describes two teen boys stealing wine from their parents and having sex with one another.

Zajac told the board that he found the book near the library entry door and showed it to the school librarian. But the librarian only asked him if he wanted the graphic novel version. So he took it home and showed it to his father, Adam Zajac, who was furious. After Knox read aloud from the book Nick and Charlie for the school board, Adam Zajac got up and said: “This is the smut that he is finding, alright? I don’t care whether it’s gay, straight, bisexual, or whatever the terms are for all of this stuff—it doesn’t need to be at our school. It doesn’t need to be at my 11-year-old’s library.”

Adam Zajac then blasted another book, Gender Queer, by Maia Kobabe, which is even more explicit in depicting sex between teenage boys.

Both federal and state laws prohibit the possession or distribution of pornographic material involving children, so parents should pay closer attention and contest inappropriate books. This is not just a problem in the Windham Raymond School District but in school districts across the United States of America.

More than 60 books are under review in the Central Bucks School District in Pennsylvania, according to district employees, now that the district has outlined rules governing its policy prohibiting “sexualized content.” One of these books is Gender Queer. Other concerning titles are This Book Is Gay, Lawn Boy, Beyond Magenta, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, After, All Boys Aren’t Blue, All the Bright Places, All the Things We Do in the Dark and Two Boys Kissing. The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania has filed a complaint against the Central Bucks School District for trying to ban these books, saying that doing so might create a hostile environment for homosexual and transgender students. But like Adam Zajac, many Pennsylvania parents are adamant that such sexually explicit material has no place in an American middle school.

Legislation in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and other states has made it difficult for students to get sexually explicit material at school. But some liberal states are fighting back. Legislatures in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey and Oregon have mandated the teaching of gender ideology in all grades, so radical social engineers in these states can claim that books like Nick and Charlie, Gender Queer and Two Boys Kissing are protected by law.

There is a well-organized campaign to normalize homosexual and transgender behavior at any cost. The radical social engineers behind this campaign are actively trying to expose your 11-year-old and all youth to pornographic material.

The founder of the 1960s New Left movement, Herbert Marcuse, argued that the nuclear family as a building block of society had to be abolished. He pushed for alternative relationships without defined gender roles or the ability to produce children. It is not a coincidence that the same school boards fighting to keep sexually explicit material in their libraries also push critical race theory and other neo-Marxist thought. Their goal is to twist children’s minds so they cannot form stable families and, therefore, must rely on the nanny state for support.

Marx wrote in Communist Manifesto that communism “abolishes all religion and all morality.” In his poem “The Fiddler,” he expressed a tremendous thirst for destruction: “Till heart’s bewitched, till senses reel: With Satan, I have struck my deal. He chalks the signs, beats time for me, I play the death march fast and free.” Like other 19th-century socialists, Marx employed Satan as a symbol of workers’ revolt against divine authority. It shouldn’t be surprising that Marx’s modern disciples are involved in some of the most satanic social-engineering projects imaginable.

The Apostle Paul warns us not to be ignorant of Satan’s devices lest he get an advantage over us (2 Corinthians 2:11). The Apostle Peter warned, “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour” (1 Peter 5:8). Lions stalk their prey by hiding in the grass—until it is too late. That is why Peter warns us to be vigilant. You have to see the lion while it is still hiding in the grass to have any chance of escaping.

Many conservative parents don’t know about the sexually explicit material in their child’s school library because they have not paid much attention to their child. But Satan is paying attention and beating time for a vast army of social engineers who want to destroy God’s purpose for marriage and family. Conservative commentator Glenn Beck released a program called “Project Groomer”; it included a shocking clip from Yuval Noah Harari. This transhumanist has spoken several times at Klaus Schwab’s influential World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland. He predicted that, as humanity reengineers bodies, brains and minds, there will be no such thing as gender in 50 years.

People do not understand the true nature of evil. They think we can coexist with it. That is why society is overwhelmed by evil. That is why, when Florida’s governor made it illegal to teach perverted sex to 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds, he was branded an extremist and other states boycotted Florida. That is why America’s assistant secretary for health is transgender and was made a four-star admiral in the U.S. Navy. That is why the number of people identifying as lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender is skyrocketing. And that is why the media celebrate this trend as a success.

A decade ago, the culture war was over homosexual “marriage.” Now most conservatives have accepted such “marriage” as the law of the land so they can focus on battling transgenderism. Next, they will surrender that to focus on “adult-child relationships.” Society is changing so fast it is nearly impossible to maintain the appropriate level of godly indignation and anger over the depravity. That takes real effort and becomes more challenging to sustain over time.

We tend to get tired of fighting, but Satan never does. And the way the radical left fights shows you how the devil thinks. Do you disagree with transgenderism? Too bad—they will teach it to your kindergartner and not even tell you! Push back, and they will insult you, shout at you, bully you online, and threaten you. Satan forces people to obey his will.

This is why God tells us to hate evil as He does (Psalm 97:10; Proverb 8:13). Parents, take your God-given responsibility seriously to be your child’s educator. Know what he or she is being taught in school and what he or she is watching and reading. Take every step necessary to defend them. Train him in the way you know he should go (Proverbs 22:6).

To understand the deadly deceit behind pornography, homosexuality, transgenderism and other sexual sins, request a free copy of our booklet Redefining Family, by Trumpet managing editor Joel Hilliker.

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