Bondage Specialist Is in Charge of WHAT?

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – If you’re a social conservative, look no further than this mind-blowing report about what is happening in school systems across the United States of America. The Fairfax County School Board in Virginia, led by chair Karl Frisch, a notable gay activist, has made a controversial decision that’s sparking widespread concern.

They appointed Laila Cooper, a sex therapist who openly promotes BDSM and other “kinky” activities, to the Challenged Materials Interdepartmental Review Committee. This committee plays a crucial role in deciding whether books deemed inappropriate by parents should be removed from schools.

Public documents reveal Cooper’s appointment on January 25, positioning her to influence decisions on book challenges. The committee, designed to respond to formal requests for removing books or media from the Fairfax County Public Schools, seems compromised by this appointment, according to worried parents.

Cooper’s professional statement sheds light on her approach: “I work from an affirming and social justice approach with the LGBTQIA community and people of color, and I am kink- and non-monogamy informed and affirming… My work is focused on sex and gender issues, sexual orientation, kink/BDSM, and interpersonal relationships.” Her practice includes advising on non-monogamy, kinky sex, sexual health issues, and supporting people through gender transition.

Following media inquiries, Cooper announced her resignation from the committee, stating her professional background had become a distraction. “Yes I was recently appointed to the Challenged Materials Committee,” she confirmed. “Although that was the extent of my discussion with Mr. Frisch regarding my desire to be on the committee, I understand that my professional background is causing distraction.”

Brooke Corbett, a Fairfax mother, expressed dismay at the school board’s decision. “A ‘professional’ with such credentials, assigned to a panel to adjudicate what is deemed appropriate material flagged by concerned taxpayers, will most certainly be biased,” she told the media. Corbett’s concern is that such bias could influence what content is deemed suitable for children’s education, potentially normalizing explicit and adult themes.

Frisch’s leadership and decision-making have drawn scrutiny, especially considering his background. Elected to the school board in 2019, despite having no children and lacking a college degree, Frisch has focused significantly on sexual orientation policies. His tenure has included controversies, such as his social media activity and the oath of office taken on a stack of books depicting gay sex.

The inclusion of books like “Gender Queer” and “Lawn Boy” in school libraries despite explicit content shows how heated the debate is about children’s education.