How to find which sexually explicit books are in your child's school library

Exposing SOGI 123's founder, Pierre Barns, reveals to parents how they can track down sexually explicit books becoming normalized in schools under the guise of sexual education and gender inclusivity.

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In today's report, I bring you an important interview with the founder of Exposing SOGI 123, a website that has published extensive research on sexual misconduct cases involving Canadian educators and the indoctrination taking place in schools due to controversial sexual orientation and gender ideology programs like Western Canada's SOGI 123.

Barns, an Abbotsford, BC father of four, says he founded the site after one of his own children was exposed to sexually explicit materials in school and successfully advocated for the removal of that "learning resource."

“I was able to remove actually 3 books from the school of one of my child,” Barns said during the interview. After the removal Barns says he began researching further to locate similar sexually explicit materials found in other districts to inform school trustees about them.

 “I didn’t realize all the trustees were ideologically driven toward the sexual orientation gender identity ideology until I started to make them aware of it,” added Barns, who says came under fire from trustees who were opposed to him simply drawing the board's attention to these issues.

Watch the full video report to see the shocking content "for kids" that is being normalized as SOGI-inclusive "learning resources" in schools. You can view a list of all the books Barns is raising awareness about here and find out which Canadian school districts have carried them and for what grades.

For more reports on the sexualization of kids in schools and to sign our petition standing against it, go to

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