'Czar' promotes explicit school reading lists

Pete Chagnon - OneNewsNow - 12/18/2009 5:00:00 AM Barack Obama's "safe schools czar" is coming under renewed attack.

Fox News has picked up on reports that Kevin Jennings, founder of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), has been surrounded by controversy concerning his organization as GLSEN has been accused of visiting middle and high schools where spokespersons engage in explicit sexual discussions with students.

In conjunction with the controversial talks, it has been uncovered that GLSEN has recommended an alleged pornographic reading list for underage students. Exact details of the reading list are too explicit for print, but the material includes frank descriptions and the glorification of adult-on-minor homosexual sex.

Brian Camenker, head of MassResistance, the pro-family organization that first brought these disturbing details to light, is encouraging the public to contest the progression of this promotion.

"The people of this country really need to understand that this is the mindset of Barack Obama, who by the way was a guest at Kevin Jennings' house during the presidential campaign, and they raised money together," Camenker explains. "So it's not like he doesn't know what this is all about...and people just need to stand up."

MassResistance is circulating an online petition calling for the resignation of Kevin Jennings.

Columnist Robert Knight contends the Obama administration has unleashed the liberal group Media Matters on Camenker's group in an effort to divert attention from the controversial Jennings appointment.