Is The Bluest Eye educationally suitable for underage students?

The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison is another title in CFISD libraries I filed a Formal Reconsideration on. 

CFISD libraries The Blue Eye is available in:

The Bluest Eye, purchased with our tax money by CFISD librarians, has numerous sex scenes which makes it pornographic and unsuitable for minors. 

Please look at some sample text from my personal copy:

Descriptive Pedophilia:

                                                         Descriptive Sex Scenes: 

                                             A sample of the numerous profane statements:

The descriptive rape of an 11 year old by her father:

These are the official CFISD Principal/Formal Reconsideration Committees responses citing The Bluest Eye is educationally suitable for minors:

 I am on CFISD SHAC committee. SHAC stands for School Health Advisory Committee. It is most famous for "sex ed." I was on the High School "Sex Ed" committee this year and I am very familiar with the latest TEKS. The Bluest Eye, and the other books I blogged about (with pictures) would NOT be legally allowed in "Sex Ed." There are educationally suitable ways to teach certain topics in school, The Bluest Eye in my opinion, is NOT educationally suitable for minors. I also believe it is pervasively vulgar. However, CFISD disagrees with me.


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