School district to pay $100,000 after banning moms from exposing sexually explicit material in schools’ library books


A Georgia school district agreed to pay $100,000 in legal fees after it barred a group of moms from reading sexually explicit material found in their children’s school library books aloud at school board meetings, Fox News Digital reported.

A group of mothers called the Mama Bears filed a lawsuit against Forsyth County School District, accusing district officials of violating the parents’ First Amendment rights.

One of the group’s members, who was attempting to sound the alarm on inappropriate books in her child’s school library, was banned from reading the pornographic excerpts at school board meetings.

Last February, Alison Hair, a Mama Bears member, read pages from the book “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” by Jonathan Safran Foer to the school board.

The novel, Hair explained, was available at her son’s middle school library.

Hair was interrupted by a school board member when she started to read, “I know that you give someone a blow job by putting your penis …”