Opinion: Banned Books Week | September 18 – 24, 2022

Gay & Trans Kids The New Scary Evil Minorities

If so, banning queer literature will be genocide

Lucy M.
5 min readSep 25, 2022


Banning queer literature is genocide
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“The books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world its own shame.” — Oscar Wilde

They’ll be the first to tell you that unless you belong to the church and pay a priest, the delectation(s) of bonking should be out of bounds for straight people.

Religious conservatives are the people that gave sex a bad rap, after years of criminally engaging in it.

They’ve done little to chasten pederast priests or manumit their catamite, yet, we’re having to sit and watch them legislate their pretend anti-LGBTQ+ animus.

Conservative Christians in America have needed all the sideshows they could muster to try to destruct from who is really abusing children.

But aside from the devil and his temptations, queer cosplay has ironically remained prominent and unchallenged in the church.

Their savior from Nazareth continues to be depicted as he who flounced about Judea in long hair and loosely belted, fabulously flowing gender fluid gowns.

And despite the advent of the sewing machine, their clergy refuse to adopt a gender-conforming style of dress, especially on those whore-ly days on the calendar they gather to prey.

There’s no doubt that the religion business doubles as a sexual assault franchise. If it were run like any other, they’d be calls from everywhere to have it shut down.

But religion is lucky.

2022 has been a big year for book banning in America thanks to the efforts of conservative advocacy groups.

They’ve been attempting to block the gay agenda with the vigilance of a wild animal.

The modern scapegoating of societal degeneration on gay and trans people is not dissimilar to what the Nazis did with the Jews. They too needed a faulty element in society around which to direct the problems they said were taking place.

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Lucy M.

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