New York City private schools promote gender transition for toddlers, underage oral sex book
Reading lists for some of the most expensive schools in the city celebrate transgender children, cross-dressing, sexually graphic depictions of minors.
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The most elite private schools in New York City are getting children as young as 5 comfortable with transgender identity, social and medical transitioning to the oppose sex and crossing state lines to get an abortion.
National Review obtained summer reading lists for Nightingale-Bamford, The Chapin School and Saint Ann’s School. "When Aidan Became A Brother," promoted for kindergartners, is about a girl who decides she's a boy as a toddler, while "Too Bright to See," intended for 6th graders, is about "a transgender boy who lives in a haunted house."
"Pride Puppy" is on two schools' lists for kindergartners, featuring a dog who gets chased by a drag queen at an LGBTQ parade. "Fred Gets Dressed," intended for lower-school students, is "a picture book about a naked boy who is celebrated when he wears his mother’s clothing and makeup."
"If I Was Your Girl," for upper-school students, tells the story of a transgender teenager who comes out publicly after getting surgery and cross-sex hormones. "Unpregnant," for high schoolers, tells the "[f]unny, heartfelt, and incredibly timely" story of two girls who travel from Missouri to New Mexico to get an abortion without parental consent.
The most challenged book of 2021, "Gender Queer," also shows up. It features graphic depictions of one minor performing oral sex on another.
The schools praised the books on their summer reading lists to National Review.