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Protecting Minors

A library should be a safe place to learn – a place where a child might develop a lifelong love of reading, discover intellectual passions, and pursue dreams for a fulfilling career. A librarian should connect child readers with data that will help them become more informed, more thoughtful, and more productive members of our society.

Librarians and teachers are neither empowering nor liberating our children by connecting them with books that contain extremely graphic sexual content that is far from age appropriate for young audiences.

If this type of taxpayer-subsided sexualization of children has impacted you or your family, tell us about it below. Please use the form to share your experience with librarians, teachers, school board members, district superintendents, and/or library supervisors.

Your Information:

You are advised that information that you submit to our office may constitute Public Records and may be subject to production under the Public Records Law.