DeSantis’ School Book Reading So Graphic TV Station Cut The Feed

STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT - AUGUST 31: Bookshelves of library books stand reflected in the media center of the Newfield Elementary School on August 31, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. The school library, like many around the U.S., will be largely closed to students due to the coronavirus pandemic. Stamford Public Schools is opening the fall semester using a hybrid model, although many families have chosen the distance-learning option. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
  • A TV channel had to cut its live feed Wednesday after Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis read aloud a pornographic book kept in Florida schools, according to a reporter.
  • DeSantis held a press conference titled “Exposing the Book Ban Hoax” where he presented a five-minute-long video reading from books the administration has banned from classrooms in the state.
  • The books include “Gender Queer,” which depicts masturbation and oral sex between girls, and “Flamer,” which describes explicit sex acts between boys. “Let’s Talk About It” is another book that explains to how men and women can masturbate, and shows how to perform anal sex.
  • “Some of the media had to cut their feed when books with graphic content were displayed that were found in K-12 school libraries,” DeSantis Press Secretary Bryan Griffin said on Twitter.
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