California teacher with ‘miracle library’ slammed by parents for providing children with inappropriate content

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A California a high school teacher who told his thousands of followers TikTok about their “queer classroom library” has been heavily criticized by parents because of the overtly sexual content in many of the books.

A teacher who identifies himself as Flint and uses the pronouns they/they recently posted a video of them opening a box of new Pride flags while discussing their queer-focused library, which they say has helped students who are “figuring out who they are .’

“People are very angry about my amazing library. I have about 200 titles specific to LGBT of the community, which I have been overseeing for more than eight years,” says the teacher at 90 second video.

“Don’t get me wrong, my students love this library. It really helped many students to understand who they are, how to relate to their peers,” they continued.

“There should be no porn allowed in classrooms,” said David Averell, a parent in the district who spoke to Fox News Digital. “What happened in the classroom made me sick.”

In a video posted on TikTok, the teacher, identified as Flint, is wearing a shirt that says “Pride”

The teacher said in the video that they have amassed a collection of more than 200 amazing novels and books in eight years.

The teacher said in the video that they have amassed a collection of more than 200 amazing novels and books in eight years.

That video, along with hundreds of others posted on Flint’s page, sparked outrage from parents and family members of students in the district.

The library is located in an English and film teacher’s classroom, and books are free and available to all, despite previous statements by Capistrano Unified School District officials.

Previously, district officials said books could only be borrowed by students during a certain extracurricular activity.

One of the books in the transgender teachers’ library is called “Everything You Wanted to Know About Being Transgender” and contains references to BDSM, including a mention of FetLife, a networking website for the “kink community.”

“I find the BDSM/kink community extremely open and welcoming in every way; it is a place of sexual liberation,” the book says.

“There is often a more general level of transgender acceptance in kink/BDSM (bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism) scenes and sites like FetLife.”

“There shouldn’t be porn in classrooms,” said one LGBTQ+ graphic book parent

One of the books in the transgender teachers' library is called

One of the books in the transgender teachers’ library is called “Everything You Wanted to Know About Being Transgender” and contains references to BDSM, including a mention of FetLife, a networking website for the “kink community.”

One book in the queer library talks about Grindr, anal sex, girl-on-girl sex, dildos and strap-ons

One book in the queer library talks about Grindr, anal sex, girl-on-girl sex, dildos and strap-ons

A book called “It’s a Gay Book” is also in the classroom for students ages 14 and up to see. The book talks about the gay dating app Grindr, anal, girl-on-girl sex, dildos and strap-ons.

“We all want to have sex with a lot of people,” the book says.

It even details how many men, “gay and straight,” enjoy the feel of their prostate gland “when massaged.”

“Let’s talk about dildos: I think a lot of people assume that where there’s no penis there’s a desperate sexual void that something [bleep] the form must ultimately slot to satisfy,” the book says.

“I’ve only slept with two women who liked to use dildos. I hate wearing a strap-on. I only did it once and NEVER AGAIN!”

The book also discussed sex parties, orgies and “baths” or saunas.

“Saunas, or ‘bathhouses,’ are scattered all over the country, and they are perfectly legal. People (many saunas have lesbian nights) pay to get in and then have sauna and casual sex. Again, that’s fine as long as you’re safe.”

Another book in their library talks about “stuffing” a process used to hide the penis. It also addresses “blodophobia,” which is classified as a stigma against prostitution.

Flint said they were

Flint said they “strongly believe in what” they’re doing in providing students with access to LGBTQ+ books, despite backlash over the sexual content of some of them

In one video, a teacher responded to parents' concerns that they were

In one video, a teacher responded to parents’ concerns that they were “recruiting kids into trance” by joking that the only time they “get out of cheating” is to discuss plot holes in movies

The district said in a statement sent to parents and families that they are reviewing the books in Flint’s classroom and determining their “suitability.”

“We are aware of a news article questioning the appropriateness of the books that were in the student club library,” the district memo, obtained by Fox News Digital, said.

“The books referenced were made available through a high school extracurricular and are not instructional materials.

“However, we have initiated a review of these books, which are currently unavailable to students,” the letter said.

The county also said it does not “endorse personal statements by individuals acting as private citizens.”

Capistrano Unified School District officials said they are looking into it

Capistrano Unified School District officials said they are looking into the “compliance” of the textbooks after receiving backlash from families

This isn’t the first time a teacher has faced backlash over their library.

U SeptemberFlint addressed their 150,000 TikTok followers in a video titled “Where Have I Been?”

“A national far-right publication published an article ‘exposing’ the strange books in my library,” they wrote, describing why they haven’t published in nearly three weeks.

The teacher then shared screenshots of messages from people who found their email and sent revealing messages.

“It’s sad that you think it’s your job to educate young students,” one person wrote in an email. “I will pray for you.”

“You’re a groomer and now you’re going to work at McDonalds,” said another. “Stop sexually assaulting our children, you sick piece of shit.”

Flint used the video to raise awareness about the book ban in the United States.

Another time, a teacher addressed the wave of criticism they had received because of obscene books in their classroom.

“So as a trans teacher with a pretty public platform, there will often be waves of criticism that I know better than to absorb,” they said.

“Sometimes there will be a voice that says something like, ‘What if they’re right? What if all my efforts on this Earth are in vain.’ At times like this, it’s helpful to step back, to get out of it,” Flint said.

The film teacher also stated that they “very much believe in what they do.”

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