Meet Gena Marker: The librarian who purchased graphic books spreading gender ideology

(Idaho Freedom Foundation) IFF’s recent article about public school libraries circulating radical, obscene books has naturally prompted outrage. People want questions answered.

Why, for example, would any school official think it’s appropriate to teach kids how to masturbate or normalize polyamory? How could a school district that’s supposedly accountable to taxpayers be so willing to distribute material harmful to kids?

For Idaho, Centennial High School provides answers to these questions. The Centennial High School library has many books containing explicit or concerning content about gender and sexuality. Public records requests yielded a long list of explicit and left-wing books circulating in five of Idaho’s public school districts (Idaho Falls, Nampa, Pocatello, West Ada, and Twin Falls). Two high schools stand out for the presence of such material: Centennial in West Ada and Magic Valley High School in Twin Falls.

We sought to discover how a book like “Let’s Talk About It: The Teen’s Guide to Sex, Relationships, and Being a Human” could make it into an Idaho public school.  (Read More)