Musical superstar Pink has come out and stated that she is planning to hand out thousands of copies of what she referred to as “banned” books, which is really just codespeak for what amounts to pornographic material being stocked in school libraries in an attempt to normalize a wide variety of sexual deviancy in the minds of our nation’s children. The announcement comes after a piece of Florida legislation was put into action that prohibits instruction in the classroom concerning topics like sexual orientation and gender identity. Which is a good thing, particularly for young kids who don’t really even think about such things when they are children.
According to the Daily Wire, Pink discussed her plans during livestream broadcast on Instagram. The 44-year-old said that she was partnering with PEN America, a non-profit group, in order to hand out 2,000 books through four tour stops in the state, which she referred to as “banned.”
Seeing as these books are graphic in nature and are inappropriate for those under 18, I don’t think the books are banned. I think they have rightly been removed from the hands of kids who aren’t mature enough to understand this kind of complex material.
“Books have held a special joy for me from the time I was a child, and that’s why I am unwilling to stand by and watch while books are banned by schools,” Pink said in a press release.
“It’s especially hateful to see authorities take aim at books about race and racism and against LGBTQ authors and those of color,” she continued. “We have made so many strides toward equality in this country and no one should want to see this progress reversed. No more banned books.”
Periodic reminder that when they accuse us of “banning books” they’re referring to p0rnographic books which are offered to kids in schools across the country. For some reason they never provide visuals…
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“I’m a voracious reader and I’m a mom of two kids who are also voracious readers,” Pink said during her Instagram Live. “I can’t imagine my own parents telling me what my kids can and cannot read — let alone someone else’s parents, let alone someone else that doesn’t even have children that are deciding what my children can read.”
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In 2022, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed the Parental Rights in Education law 1557 which prohibits classroom instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in schools in the Sunshine state, as previously reported.
The “Just Give Me A Reason” hitmaker has been an outspoken advocate for the LGBTQ community and previously talked about the queer community’s support of her.
“I think [my LGBTQ+ following] just speaks to who I am and what I believe in, and what I’ve always been,” Pink said in an interview with the Gay Times. “I am definitely an ally and to be understood for that is a wonderful feeling. For any of us to be understood, that’s what we want in life, right? We want to love, be loved and be seen.”
Pink is part of the problem with the entertainment industry, which is primarily led by feelings and emotions rather than objective truth and facts. And this whole thing reeks of that sort of thinking.