Police called to school on report of sexually explicit book in use

 December 23, 2023

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

An anonymous complaint about what apparently was going on in a middle school classroom in Massachusetts has prompted police to respond and investigate.

It was because the report was that an eighth-grade classroom was being used "to read a notorious banned book on gender expression," according to a report from the Post Millennial.

Paul Storti, police chief for the Great Barrington department, said officers had a duty to investigate, and an officer was dispatched to W.E.B. Du Bois Regional Middle School to hunt for the book.

The book at issue is "Gender Queer, A Memoir," which features sexually graphic content and has been banned in multiple locations around the nation.

It is the memoir of Maia Kobabe.

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