About 60 public libraries across Australia are displaying a 2014 book on transgenderism, which depicts lewd sexual behavior from children as young as 6 years old. At least one of those libraries is apparently promoting the book in a featured case.
What are the details?
The book, which is reportedly available in taxpayer-funded libraries’ youth sections, is titled, “Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out.”
The book features the story of boy who, from the age of 6 years old, said he enjoyed oral sex and other sexual behaviors. At least five other transgender teens and their stories of sexual awakening and transition are profiled in the book.
“Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out,” according to Binary Australia, blasts the notion that “gender is binary.”
Binary Australia aims to “challenge the aggressive agenda to de-gender our society in the areas of education, health, military, business, politics and the law,” according to its site, and insists that “gender is binary,” which means “male and female.”
“Our [organization] aims to promote and celebrate the inherent differences between boys and girls, men and women,” the group’s site also reads. “We uphold the biological assertion that there are two complementary genders.”
A portion of the book, shared by the group, reads, “From six [years old and] up, I used to kiss other guys in my [neighborhood], make out with them, and perform oral sex on them. I liked it. I used to love oral. And I touched their you-know-whats. … We were really young, but that’s what we did.”
In a statement, Kirralie Smith, director of Binary Australia, told the Daily Caller of the book’s availability in many libraries across the country.
“The book is in approximately 60 libraries in Australia,” Smith insisted. “I found the book in my local library: Greater Tree Library — two copies in Taree and Wingham.”
She added, “I know it is in the nest region in Port Macquaire as well. The book was on a promotional stand in Taree Library in the youth section.”
Smith concluded, “These stories are being promoted to young people who may not have had the capacity to judge whether this is good or bad behavior. And despite the illicit nature of their accounts, each [story] concludes by celebrating their transition.”
She also insisted that “such material has no place in tax-payer funded libraries and should certainly never be promoted to children.”