The West Bend Library has been promoting books to children ages 11-17 that
promote homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality and transgenderism The books are
featured in the library´s YA Zone, a section for boys and girls in 6th grade thru 11th
grade. Citizens are not only concerned by the perverse, explicit and pornographic
content in many books, but there is also an absence of books that take opposing
viewpoints. In addition, this YA Zone introduces young people to the occult in their
paranormal section for teens. And on March 31st the West Bend Library is showing
a film to 11-17 years old at their teen movie night. The film is entitled, "Twilight"
showing how a teenage girl risks everything when she falls in love with a vampire.
There will be an open discussion for concerned West Bend community members to
address the Library Board in a public meeting that has been rescheduled for
Thursday, March 26th at 7pm. The meeting location will be at the Silverbrook
Middle School, 120 North Silverbrook in West Bend. West Bend Parents and
Taxpayers are encouraged to attend. In addition the West Bend library is part of the
SHARE library catalog which serves Dodge, Jefferson, Racine, Walworth and
Washington Counties including Germantown, Hartford, Kewaskum and Slinger.
That´s a public hearing before the West Bend Library Board, Thursday, March 26t at
7pm at Silverbrook Middle School in West Bend. Concerned citizens, taxpayers and
parents are encouraged to attend.