Father angry after daughter brings home ’50 Shades of Grey novel for center …
September 3, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — A internal father is – in his difference – outraged, after his daughter brought a book home from a propagandize library that he says is “as tighten as we can get to a ‘50 Shades of Grey’ novel for a center propagandize child.”
Travis Vanhoy’s daughter is in a sixth class during East Forsyth Middle School. On Tuesday, she brought home a book called “Real Live Boyfriends.”
“She said, ‘Daddy, this is weird,’ and we started reading in it and we was only outraged. It’s insanity,” Vanhoy said.
On page 101, a book reads:
“And if we don’t like me that most anymore, because do we like grabbing my boob?
In fact, we consider we like grabbing my follower some-more now than we did before we left.
And oh, actually, that feels amazing.”
“It’s revelation my 12-year-old daughter — in my mind — that it’s OK for a child to hold her and do these things to her,” Vanhoy said.
The subsequent page talks about neck-kissing and says; “Eventually when his palm roamed adult my dress toward my butt…”
“That’s what it’s revelation them. Telling them this is how we act and it’s only OK, it feels good, and that’s unacceptable,” Vanhoy said.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Chief of Staff Theo Helm says he is not informed with a book in question, though a author is a Michael L. Printz respect winner.
“It’s critical to see whole work of a book so all can be seen in context,” Helm said.
Helm pronounced that a propagandize system’s media coordinators — in and with executive bureau staff — manage a book collections that go into a propagandize libraries. He continued to contend that if relatives have an issue, they should hit their child’s school.
“If they can’t only blatantly see because it’s wrong afterwards they have no business in a propagandize system,” Vanhoy said.
The book is listed as “young adult fiction” on a publisher’s website.