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Project Veritas Exposes School Dean Handing Out Sex Toys to Children, School’s Response Makes It Worse .

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Project Veritas has dropped another shocking video that’s going to raise a lot of eyebrows.

This video features Joseph Bruno, the Dean of Students for Francis W. Parker school in Chicago, Illinois, which charges $40,000 per year for tuition. In the video, Bruno is talking about people from an LGBTQ center coming into the school during Pride Week to talk about butt plugs and dildos with the kids, teach “queer sex” to kids, and things like whether to use lube or “spit.”

Bruno talked about how it was a “really, like, cool” part of his job, and that “dildos and butt plugs” were handed out to the kids who were between 14 and 18.

“They’re just, like, passing around dildos and butt-plugs,” he said “The kids are just playing with them. They’re like, ‘How does this butt-plug work? How do we do – like, how does this work?’ He also described how he had a drag queen come in. They passed out cookies and brownies and did photos.

When asked if everyone was cool with that he said, if the parents would complain, he said, “No. It’s queer sex.” He said he wouldn’t even run it by the trustees because he thought they would think it was “wonderful.”

It’s stunning not only that he talks about handing out sex toys to minors and sees nothing wrong with that, but that he also thinks that everyone would think that this is all just “wonderful.” I’m just guessing by the furious reaction that this video is receiving that most people — and most parents — would not agree.

So is the school concerned at all that the dean is handing out sex toys to minor children? Not only aren’t they upset with him, but they’re also upset with Project Veritas for exposing their “inclusive…affirming” teachings. This is a world-class spin in the letter they sent out.

So to them, the problem is that Project Veritas exposed this and brought it up, not that they have teachers or deans instructing kids in the use of sex toys for gay sex and handing them out. The problem is much bigger than the one dean.

But if the schools think it’s so appropriate, why did they delete their Twitter account?

The school is circling the wagons at this point, and we’ll have to see what the parents have to say to them.

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Justin Malonson is an American internet entrepreneur, Author, Investigative Researcher, Computer Scientist & SEO Expert.

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