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In 2022 the State of Utah passed a bill called, “Sensitive Materials In Schools”, which was designed to weed out and ban any books that authorities thought were harmful to students.

The move backfired.

Last December, someone filed a complaint with one of the school districts requesting that the King James Version of the Bible be removed from its library shelves because of its “pornographic and indecent” content relating to incest, prostitution, rape, onanism, bestiality, genital mutilation, fellatio, dildos, and even infanticide.

Then to rub salt into the legislative sound, another complaint was filed last week asking that the Book of Mormon be taken away as well on the same basis. This is of course the religious text for the millions of adherents to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Utah.

The parent objecting to the Book of Mormon was frustrated by the number of books being removed from the schools so in a giant tit for tat, they struck back saying the revered text was “one of the most sex-ridden books around” and was violating the new law by remaining on the shelves.

The committee charged with deciding what stays and what goes is looking into both complaints.

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