By Jonathon Van Maren
Christopher Rufo, who has been exposing radical gender ideology in American schools for just over half a year now, has broken another story. The details are genuinely difficult to believe.
To summarize: Joseph Bruno, the dean of students at Francis W. Parker School, a private prep institution in Chicago that charges $42,000 per year, was filmed by Project Veritas boasting about bringing in the LGBTQ+ Health Center during “Pride Week” to introduce the students to various sexual practices and to distribute sex toys. (The week’s events also included the school bringing in drag queen Alexis Bevels).
“They were passing around butt plugs and dildos to my students,” Bruno boasted, sporting bright nail polish. “Talking about queer sex. Using lube versus using spit. They’re just like passing around dildos and butt plugs. The kids are just playing with ‘em…in a classroom, while I’m sitting there. They’re like, ‘How does this butt plug work? How do we—like how does this work?”
The children, he noted, are often as young as fourteen, and the drag queen is there to “pass out cookies and brownies and do photos.”
The Veritas journalist asked: “And everybody’s cool with that? The butt plugs and the dildos? Any complaints?”