School Board Member Sworn In on Stack of ‘LGBTQ-Themed Books’

A school board member in Virginia was sworn in on a stack of “LGBTQ-themed books” containing graphic sexual content.

Karl Frisch, who was sworn into the Fairfax County School Board Dec. 13, currently serves as its vice chair, according to a press release from Frisch’s campaign website. Frisch will become the chairman of the board beginning Jan. 1.

As he was being sworn in, Frisch’s partner was seen holding the stack of books such as, “Lawn Boy,” “Gender Queer,” “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” “Flamer” and the “Perks of Being a Wallflower,” instead of the Bible, as Frisch placed his left hand on them and right hand in the air.

“He was sworn in on a stack of the five LGBTQ-themed books most frequently banned by other school systems,” the press release on his website says.


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In “Gender Queer,” images of a boy performing fellatio on another man are shown, along with images of masturbation. Several television stations in Florida cut their coverage of Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) as he showed graphic content from books such as “Gender Queer” and “Flamer.”

In books such as, “Flamer” and “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” sexual interactions are shown.

During a school board meeting in Dearborn, Michigan, in November 2022, a mom read content from the book “Flamer.”

“We’re each bustin’ a load in this bottle,” the mother said as she read from the book. “If you don’t cum, you have to drink it.”

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In September 2021, a Virginia mom read passages from books with graphic content during the Fairfax County Public School board meeting. As she read, school board members attempted to cut her microphone by pointing out that there were “children in the audience.”

“Fairfax County residents want safe and inclusive schools with exceptional, well-compensated educators and equitable access to the rigorous academic and enrichment opportunities every student needs to succeed,” Frisch said in his press release. “I am grateful for the trust Providence District families have placed in me, and with tonight’s Oath, I commit to standing strong for these values and advancing these priorities with my new and returning colleagues.”

In 2019, Frisch was elected to represent the Providence District of the Fairfax County School Board after previously working as a Democratic campaign consultant.

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