Laurie Higgins is upset there aren’t more anti LGBT books in our libraries
According to Miranda Blue, she also expects us to believe it is librarians who are censoring books for not promoting children’s books that promote anti LGBT hatred. What a sick bigoted person. She wants our libraries to carry books about how “wonderful” it is when a kid’s gay parents die.
Illinois Family Institute “cultural analyst” Laurie Higgins has had quite enough of the American Library Association’s Banned Books Week and the “self-righteous, dissembling librarians” who promote it.
In a blog post for IFI today, Higgins attacks librarians for their “hysteria-fomenting” efforts to prevent the banning of books about families with LGBT parents (or, as Higgins calls them, “children or anthropomorphized animals being raised by parents in homoerotic relationships”).
It is in fact the librarians, Higgins writes, who are censoring books by failing to go out of their way to seek “pro-heteronormativity books,” children’s literature that depicts the “harrowing fights” of “lesbian mothers,” or, even better, “picture books that show the joy a little birdie experiences when after the West Nile virus deaths of her two daddies, she’s finally adopted by a daddy and mommy.”