| How did a book on transgenderism, hormone therapy, and sex change surgery end up on a popular list for elementary school students?
Emily Belz | 3/15/18, 10:42 am
Robin Prather, a retired children’s librarian in Oregon and a Christian, volunteers at a school library in the district where she used to work. A fellow librarian pointed out a title to her in an upcoming popular reading competition for third- through fifth-graders: George by Alex Gino.
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| Have diversity police created a culture of censorship?
Janie B. Cheaney | 2/01/18, 04:00 pm
In No Good Deed, a novel for and about teens, author Goldy Moldavsky offers a rare satiric view of political correctness through the eyes of a guileless youth attending a summer camp for social justice warriors. At Camp Save the World, campers identify themselves by their pet causes, such as Feed the Children, Feminism, Men’s Rights, and QUILTBAG.