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A felony that carries a maximum of five years in prison

West Virginia Republicans seek permission to file criminal charges against teachers and librarians who exposed children to sexual content after parents across the country complained about pornographic content in school books ing.

The proposed criminal liability law, House Bill 4654, was approved by the House and moved to the Senate for consideration on Tuesday.

West Virginia law currently allows schools, libraries and museums to waive obscenity laws, which are felonies punishable by up to five years in prison or a $25,000 fine.

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West Virginia Republicans are moving forward with a plan to pass felony charges against teachers and librarians who exposed children to obscene material. (Fox News Digitsl)

“An adult who knows the nature of the matter and knowingly and intentionally distributes, offers to distribute, or displays obscene material to a minor is guilty of a felony, and upon conviction, a fine of up to $25,000. , or confinement in a state correctional facility for not more than five years, or both,” states §61-8A-2 of the Act on Punishment for Exposure of Children to Obscene Materials.

The local American Civil Liberties Union chapter said it does not agree with eliminating the exemption.

“Citing concerns about pedophile librarians, lawmakers removed HB 4654 from committee. The bill would create confusion for educators about what types of materials they can teach or display. “We want you to tell your legislators to focus on the real issues that they are designed to…” the ACLU said in X.

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The ACLU said the Republican move is an attempt to censor classroom content.

Parents across the country have complained about sexually explicit materials in schools, with some parents raising the bar for pornographic images. One of his books that was frequently flagged as inappropriate for students was “this book is gayThe book includes information on sexually explicit activities such as orgies and how to navigate dating apps.

The book also describes the casual dating site “Grindr” and includes detailed information on how to have anal sex and “girl-to-girl” sex.

“We all want to have sex with lots of people,” the book says. ”[T]Prostate… it feels so good when it’s massaged. Many men, whether gay or straight, like this feeling. ”

“Let’s talk about dildos. I think a lot of people think that not having a penis creates a hopeless sexual vacuum, and something will come out of it.” [bleep] To be satisfied, it must eventually be inserted,” the book continues. I hate wearing strap-ons. I’ve only done it once and have never done it again! ”

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Fox News Digital reported that a “This Book is Gay” containing information about BDSM/kink was discovered at a DoDEA school. (Juno Dawson | iStock)

It also included information about sex parties and orgies. “Saunas, or ‘bathhouses’, are dotted all over the country and are completely legal. People (many saunas run lesbian nights) pay some money to enter and then enjoy a I enjoy saunas and random sex.Again, as long as you’re safe, that’s fine.”

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