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California teacher who boasted about a “queer library” which contained sexually explicit content, including information on BDSM/kink and orgies, said the books helped students “figur[e] out who they are.” 

The English teacher at San Juan Hills High, previously identified on the school’s website as Danielle Serio, is known as “Flint.” Fox News Digital found that Flint posted repeatedly on TikTok about sexually explicit books, which the district was later forced to respond to amid parents’ outrage.  

The school district previously claimed in an email to parents that the content was only available to a specific club – but that did not appear to be the case. The library was positioned in Flint’s classroom, and it was available to all students, according to Flint’s own commentary before Fox News Digital’s story.

In a video posted on November 21, Flint discussed the outrage surrounding the “queer classroom library.”

“People get really mad about my queer library. I have like 200 titles that are specific to the LGBT community that I’ve been curating for over eight years. Don’t get me wrong, my students love that library. It has been very helpful for many students figuring out who they are, how to relate to their peers,” she said. 

“Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Being Trans…” discussed BDSM, fetishes and a kink social media networking site. 

“I find the BDSM/kink community to be extremely open-minded and welcoming in every way; it’s a place of sexual liberation,” the book stated. “There is often more blanket level of acceptance of transgender people within the kink/BDSM (bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism) scenes and sites such as FetLife.”

FetLife is a social media networking site for the “kink community.”

Another book called “This Book is Gay” discusses the casual hookup site “Grindr” and includes detailed information on how to have anal and “girl on girl” sex.

California teacher who outraged parents with BDSM materials claims it helped kids' identity development
A California teacher said they spent years curating a “queer library”.

“We all want to have sex with loads of people,” the book states. “[T]he prostate gland… feels amazing when massaged. Lots of men, gay or straight, like how this feels.”

“Let’s talk about dildos: I think a lot of people assume that where there is no penis, a desperate sexual void is created, out of which something [bleep] shaped must ultimately slot in order to satisfy,” the book continued. “I’ve only every slept with two women who enjoyed using dildos. I hate wearing a strap-on. I’ve only every done it once and NEVER AGAIN!”

It also included information on sex parties and orgies. 

“Saunas, or ‘bath houses,’ are dotted all over the country, and they are perfectly legal. People (many saunas run lesbian nights) pay some money to enter and then have a bit of a sauna and some random sex. Again, this is fine as long as you’re safe.”

Another book, “The A-Z of Gender and Sexuality,” also discusses kink and fetishes as well as “tucking” – the process of hiding one’s penis and “whorephobia” – stigma against prostitutes. 

Following outrage from parents in the district, an email was sent out, which was obtained by Fox News Digital, that claimed the books were only part of an extracurricular club. The district also asked for “civility.”

“We are aware of a news article questioning the appropriateness of books that were in a student club library,” the district said. “The books referenced were available through a high school extra-curricular club and are not instructional materials. However, we have initiated a review of these books, which are currently not available to students.”

Fox News Digital asked about the status of the review but did not immediately receive a response. 

“There shouldn’t be porn allowed in classrooms,” David Averell, a parent in the district, told Fox News Digital. “What was in the classroom pretty much made me sick.”

It wasn’t the first time Flint responded to criticism following the controversy. On another occasion, Flint questioned whether “waves of criticism” against the teacher were legitimate. 

“So as a trans teacher with a pretty public platform, there will often be waves of criticism that I know better than to internalize. Every once in a while there will be that little voice that says something like, ‘What if they are right? What if all my efforts on this Earth are all for naught.’ In those moments, it is helpful to step back, take myself way out of it,” Flint said. 

On another occasion, Flint said, “I want people who follow me to know that I believe very much in what I’m doing, and I think my history as a teacher speaks for itself.”

The district, however, said at the time that they do not endorse Flint’s comments.

“The district does not endorse the personal statements of any individuals speaking in their capacity as private citizens. Our jurisdiction only extends to comments made by employees in their official capacities,” the Caspistrano school district previously told Fox News Digital. 

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