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Submitted by Wendy Morey (not verified) on Wed, 03/12/2008 - 6:44pm.
More parents should take an interest in what their kids are learning in school. We are able and encouraged to put parental blocks on our computers and we have ratings for movies to protect them from obsenities, pornography, violence, etc. How can we justify allowing such graphic literature to be introduced to our children in school? Statisticly, high school boys that are involved in pornography are more likely to become sex affenders and serial killers. It doesn't take much exposure to pornography (even in writen form that produces a mental picture) to fall into the trap of addiction to pornography. Is that what we want for our kids? It is my understanding that this book also presents thoughts and commissions of suicide, pedifilia, and beastiality as being "normal" for most high school students. As long as a child is under the age of 18 he must have parental guidence as to what books, movies, games, and education he is allowed to experience. I applaud these parents that have taken a stand for what is right not only for their son but to protect other children from unlawful exposure to obsenity.
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