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Published:March 6th, 2008 05:19 EST
English Pornography 101

English Pornography 101

By SOP newswire

Deerfield, IL-- North Shore Student Advocacy has learned that Deerfield High School, in Deerfield, Illinois, is offering the books "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes" (Part One & Two) -- laced with graphic sexual content, including gay sex, pervasive expletives, religious denigration and mockery -- in English classes this spring.

References: Link to complete excerpts at,, (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC SEXUAL CONTENT)

Sample excerpts:

Man: What do you want?
Louis: I want you to f*ck me, hurt me, make me bleed?
Man: I want to.
Louis: Yeah?
Man: I want to hurt you.
Louis: F*ck me.
Man: Yeah?
Louis: Hard?
Man: Yeah? You been a bad boy?

(They begin to f*ck.)

(Louis slips his hand down the front of Joe`s pants. They embrace more tightly. Louis pulls his hand out, smells and tastes his fingers, and then holds them for Joe to smell... they kiss again.)

Roy: ...move your n*gger ass out of my room... move your n*gger c*nt spade faggot lackey ass out of my room.

Belize: Sh*t-for-brains filthy-mouthed selfish motherf*cking cowardly c*ck-sucking cloven hoofed pig.

Suck my d*ck, Mother Teresa . . .

"After almost 15 years of school advocacy and reviewing many objectionable books and curricula, I have never seen anything this vulgar and harmful to students," says Lora Sue Hauser, Executive Director of North Shore Student Advocacy. "Parents, taxpayers and concerned citizens must force themselves to read these excerpts, as horrific as they are, so you know what kids are being exposed to. The school justifies this egregious choice because of its themes of hope. Evidently, all great literature with themes of hope have already been exhausted so teachers need to start offering pornography. We say - enough."

North Shore Student Advocacy (NSSA) was made aware of these books last fall when a parent complained. The books were part of required reading until NSSA filed a formal complaint with the school, asking the books to be reviewed and removed. The school decided to remove the books from required reading but continued to offer them in the classroom as an optional title. "Optional Title," according to the principal, means that the student may select the books to study with peers and be guided by the teacher.

Deerfield High School has had a long history of presenting inappropriate curricula to students. Last year, teachers made Freshman students sign a "Confidentiality Agreement" in a class where they were allowing presentations by homosexual and transgendered students.

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