Friday, May 20, 2005


The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Educational Network initially denied distributing sexually explicit materials – Little Black Book: Queer in the 21st Century – at an event for middle and high school students:
"The allegations are simply lies,'' said Brookline High's SLSEN spokesperson Sean Haley. "We assign monitors to every workshop and event to assure that all policies are strictly enforced.''

But, Thursday, Fenway Community Health Center acknowledged the booklet had been on display.

"Fenway Community Health regrets accidentally making available a small number of copies of the `Little Black Book,' an HIV prevention publication for gay and bisexual men over the age of 18, at an event where young people were present,'' said Dr. Stephen Boswell, Fenway's president and CEO.
No doubt the booth featuring the brochure was the busiest at the event. While I couldn't care less what sort of sexual materials adults read or look at, it's isn't appropriate for kiddies to be given access to material that promotes fuckin', suckin', lickin' butt, piss play and fisting, either gay or straight. Heads need to roll over this, lefty heads.


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