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Two books contain obscene material for children, a Virginia Beach circuit court ruled as parents seek to limit graphic material in schools.

The two books, Gender Queer and A Court of Mist and Fury, were ruled by a judge on Wednesday as containing obscene material, which could affect access to the books in school districts in the metropolitan area surrounding Washington, D.C., including Fairfax County, according to ABC 7 .

The article goes on to state the following:

The ruling gave one Virginia parent hope that Gender Queer and another book, Lawnboy, could face similar restrictions.


Virginia attorney and state Del. Tim Anderson tweeted, “I am pleased to announce a major legal victory. Today, the Virginia Beach Circuit Court has found probable cause that the books Gender Queer and a Court of Mist and Fury are obscene to unrestricted viewing by minors.”

Fox5DC reporter Jacqueline Matter announced, “Parents have been fighting for months to have what they claim are sexually explicit books banned from schools and local libraries in Fairfax County. Now, a judge in Virginia Beach has issued a ruling in a lawsuit that could help their case.”

Stacy Langton, a Fairfax mother of six children, has been fighting to have sexually explicit books removed from the Fairfax County Public School system, including Gender Queer and Lawnboy.

Langton and her attorney, Mike Clancy, a congressional candidate in Virginia, now plan to file a request for those two books to be declared as containing explicit content.

“Amazing victory! 🇺🇸 Please tell Del. Tim Anderson to contact me so that I can duplicate his filing here in Fairfax County. 📢 I started this fight here last September, and I intend to finish it! 💪👍,” Langton tweeted.

Responding to those who have slammed the judge’s decision to restrict access to the books, Langton posted a page from the book, Gender Queer, which has been available to students in the school system.

WARNING: Offensive, graphic content.

Another Twitter user also shared pages from the Gender Queer book in March.  WARNING: Offensive, graphic content.

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