An English teacher in California claims that exposing children to clouds is no different than teaching Shakespeare
High School English Teacher in California – Who Sexually explicit class materials Previously led districtwide investigation – said there’s no difference between teaching children Shakespeare’s plays and introducing them to clouds, Fox News Digital is the first to report.
English teacher working in The San Juan Hills are high at the Capistrano School District, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The teacher is known as “Flint” and is identified on the school’s website as Daniel Serio.
On March 7, Flint said, “The same people who usually shout to themselves in purple about keeping weirdness out of the classroom and the inherently harmful nature of clouds are usually the first to tell me I should stick to teaching the classics in my English class like Shakespeare. So let’s check.” Of the nearly 40 surviving plays, one in five plays a central role in the plot,” she said. “It’s as if these people might not be the best agents of education.”
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Flint included too Explicit sexual books in the “Gay Classroom Library”, which covered topics such as orgies, BDSM, and a social networking website. She later claimed that the classroom books helped the children’s identity development.
“People get really mad at my queer library. I have 200 LGBT titles that I’ve been curating for over eight years. Don’t get me wrong, my students love this library. It’s been so amazing. Helpful for a lot of students in knowing who they are, and how to connect with their peers.” ” Public school teacher He said.
A previous book discussed in the classroom library, “Everything You Wanted to Know About Being Trans…” BDSM, fetish and kink Social networking site.
“I find BDSM/kink community being very open and welcoming in every way; The book stated that it is a place of sexual liberation. “There is often an overarching level of acceptance for trans people within the kink/BDSM scenes and sites like FetLife.”
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FetLife is a social networking site for the “kink community”.
Conceiving why there is criticism of class content, Flint responded, “It’s really cool to meet people who are upset that I’m a transgender teacher because almost all of them think I’m going rogue during school today and recruiting kids to be transgender when I’m already an English and film teacher.”
Another book in the Flint Library is titled “This book is gayDiscuss the 18+ hookup app, Grindr.
“We all want to have sex with lots of people,” the book says. “[T]Prostate gland… feels amazing when massaged. A lot of guys, gay or straight, like what this feels like.”
“Let’s talk about dildos: I think many people assume that in the absence of a penis a desperate sexual void is created, of which there is something [bleep] It must be the ultimate slot in order to please,” the authors continued. “I have only slept with two women who enjoyed using dildos. I hate wearing a belt. I only did it once and never again!”
It also included information about sex parties and orgies.
“Saunas, or ‘bathhouses,’ are all over the country, and completely legal. People (many saunas for lesbian nights) pay some money to get in and then have a little sauna and some random sex. Again, that’s fine as long as you’re safe.” “.
When a TikTok user asked whyQueer Library“The books are not generally in circulation at the school. The library has some of these titles, but getting them ‘into circulation’ is quite a challenge,” Flint said.
At one point Flint interviewed Secondary school principal, Dr. Manoj Mahendrakarwho indicated his support for the library.
Flint asked Mahendrakar if he thought it was “important to have a file Queer Library on CampusHe said, “In my educational experience, books are always a good thing and any books that support our students, I’m for.” “
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Flint, in another video, asked why it was so difficult for parents to trust teachers.
“I’ve been wondering lately why it’s so hard to trust teachers about education – something we teach and do every day to so many people in the general public. It’s been so long since they’ve been in school, I wonder if they have outmoded or outdated views about what happens in class Flint said.
The district told Fox News Digital in December that it launched a district-wide review of classroom library books after exposure to Flint’s material.