Loudoun County Public Schools removes book for 'sexual content' while Fairfax insists it's not obscene

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Loudoun County Public Schools will remove the controversial book "Gender Queer: A Memoir" from school library shelves. The school district in nearby Fairfax County has stood by the book, saying that it is not obscene and does not contain pedophilia. The decision was appealed, and the school board appeal committee met Thursday evening, voting 3-0 to uphold the removal.
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Loudoun County Public Schools removes book for 'sexual content' while Fairfax insists it's not obscene

Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will remove the controversial book “Gender Queer: A Memoir," written by Maia Kobabe, from school library shelves, a spokesman announced Friday. The school district in nearby Fairfax County has stood by the book, saying that it is not obscene and does not contain pedophilia, yet Loudoun Superintendent Scott Zielger decided to remove the book, calling it inappropriate for school.

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