Lawmaker Reads Aloud from Pornographic ‘Kids’ Books at Senate Hearing

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Sen. John Neely Kennedy learn from pornographic books at a Senate listening to on Tuesday amid a heated change about college boards eradicating such books from libraries.

Kennedy, R-La., learn from two books—“All Boys Aren’t Blue” and “Gender Queer: A Memoir”—each of which have been removed from bookshelves at school districts throughout the nation over their sexual content material. The hearing, titled “Guide Bans: Analyzing How Censorship Limits Liberty and Literature,” was held by the Senate Judiciary Committee.


“I put some lube on and acquired him on his knees, and I started to slip into him from behind. I pulled out of him and kissed him whereas he masturbated. He requested me to show over whereas he slipped a condom on himself. This was my ass, and I used to be struggling to think about somebody inside me. He acquired on high and slowly inserted himself into me. It was the worst ache I feel I’ve ever felt in my life. Ultimately, I felt a mixture of pleasure with the ache,” Kennedy learn from “All Boys Aren’t Blue.”

The guide is described as a “young-adult memoir [that] weaves collectively the trials and triumphs confronted by Black queer boys” on Amazon.

“I acquired a brand new strap-on harness in the present day. I can’t wait to place it on you. It’ll match my favourite dildo completely. You’re going to look so scorching. I can’t wait to have your cock in my mouth. I’m going to provide the blowjob of your life. Then I would like you inside me,” he learn from “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe.

Kennedy then questioned Democratic Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias of Illinois, a witness on the listening to, about whether or not he thought the guide needs to be out there to children, in addition to Cameron Samuels, a scholar who makes use of “they/them” pronouns and had a placard with the title “Mx. Cameron Samuels.”

“It’s pronounced Combine,” Samuels mentioned. “Senator, your definition of ‘sexual’ is synonymous with LGBTQ identification.”

Samuels went on to say that there needs to be “collaboration between college students, dad and mom, and educators” on the provision of books and defended the books from which Kennedy learn.

“All Boys Aren’t Blue, the scene you talked about, is about sexual abuse. It’s not erotic … College students who don’t learn books like ‘All Boys Aren’t Blue’ can not study what is suitable,” Samuels mentioned.

“All I’ve heard is the librarians [get to decide], and oldsters don’t have anything to do with it. If that’s your response, what planet did you simply parachute in from? Or what nation, extra appropriately? This isn’t China,” Kennedy mentioned.

“Mr. Secretary, I perceive that is good on your politics again house,” he informed Giannoulias. “It has every thing to do along with your politics. You got here right here with an issue. I’m attempting to grasp the answer, however you don’t have one.”

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