“He Wanted To F*** Her” – Common Core Reading For 11th Grade Includes Incest & Explicit Sex

Mr. Conservative

Common Core, a controversial set of education standards that several (Democrat-governed) states have been adopting, suggests that 11th grade English students read a book that most parents will find morally revolting. Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye covers, in graphic detail, such topics as pedophilia, incest, rape, and just plain sex.

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For those parents who check out their child’s reading list on the Common Core website will learn that it’s an Oprah-recommended coming of age story about a young black girl who wishes she were white. They’ll even get to see a “representative” excerpt, which is innocuous although it certainly won’t teach their children about the beauty of the English language or the art of writing well:

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One winter Pauline discovered she was pregnant. When she told Cholly, he surprised her by being pleased. He began to drink less and come home more often. They eased back into a relationship more like the early days of their marriage, when he asked if she were tired or wanted him to bring her something from the store. In this state of ease, Pauline stopped doing day work and returned to her own housekeeping. But the loneliness in those two rooms had not gone away. When the winter sun hit the peeling green paint of the kitchen chairs, when the smoked hocks were boiling in the pot, when all she could hear was the truck delivering furniture downstairs, she thought about back home, about how she had been all alone most of the time then too, but that this lonesomeness was different. Then she stopped staring at the green chairs, at the delivery truck; she went to the movies instead. There in the dark her memory was refreshed, and she succumbed to her earlier dreams. Along with the idea of romantic love, she was introduced to another—physical beauty. Probably the most destructive ideas in the history of human thought. Both originated in envy, thrived in insecurity, and ended in disillusion. In equating physical beauty with virtue, she stripped her mind, bound it, and collected self-contempt by the heap. She forgot lust and simple caring for. She regarded love as possessive mating, and romance as the goal of the spirit. It would be for her a well-spring from which she would draw the most destructive emotions, deceiving the lover and seeking to imprison the beloved, curtailing freedom in every way.

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What the quoted passage hides, and what Common Core’s website doesn’t reveal, is that, in addition to its lardy, chaotic writing, The Bluest Eye contains large doses of smut. Even worse, it’s not old-fashioned man meets woman smut but is, instead, a toxic amalgam of rape, pedophilia, and incest, all written using filthy language.

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As Macey France, writing at Politichicks discovered when she read the book as part of her commitment to a group called “Stop Common Core in Oregon,” Morrison has written paragraphs that would make a self-respecting pornographer blush, both because they are revolting and because the pornographer probably writes better than Morrison does. France assembled these excerpts, which stand in stark contrast to the innocuous view Common Core tries to present. (The excerpts are reprinted at the bottom of this post.)

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France also dug up an interview in which Morrison explained that, in addition to being graphic, she wanted to be non-judgmental, even about incest and pedophilia:

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In fact, the author of the book, Morrison, says that she wanted the reader to feel as though they are a “co-conspirator” with the rapist. She took pains to make sure she never portrayed the actions as wrong in order to show how everyone has their own problems. She even goes as far as to describe the pedophilia, rape and incest “friendly,” “innocent,” and “tender.” It’s no wonder that this book is in the top 10 list of most contested books in the country.

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The only good thing that can be said about Morrison’s writing is that she makes sex so disgusting, demoralizing, and boring that she might just be the best abstinence program a school can offer. After reading her work, it could take students years to recover from her sex scenes, by which time they’ll be old enough to treat sex with the respect, reverence, and enjoyment it deserves.

WARNING — SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONTENT FOLLOWS:

Pages 84-85: “He must enter her surreptitiously, lifting the hem of her nightgown only to her navel. He must rest his weight on his elbows when they make love, to avoid hurting her breasts…When she senses some spasm about to grip him, she will make rapid movements with her hips, press her fingernails into his back, suck in her breath, and pretend she is having an orgasm. She might wonder again, for the six hundredth time, what it would be like to have that feeling while her husband’s penis is inside her.”

Pages 130-131: “Then he will lean his head down and bite my t** . . . I want him to put his hand between my legs, I want him to open them for me. . . I stretch my legs open, and he is on top of me…He would die rather than take his thing out of me. Of me. I take my fingers out of his and put my hands on his behind…”

Pages 148-149: “With a violence born of total helplessness, he pulled her dress up, lowered his trousers and underwear. ‘I said get on wid it. An’make it good, n*****, Come on c***. Faster. You ain’t doing nothing for her.’ He almost wished he could do it—hard, long, and painfully, he hated her so much.”

Pages 162-163: “A bolt of desire ran down his genitals…and softening the lips of his anus. . . . He wanted to f*** her—tenderly. But the tenderness would not hold. The tightness of her vagina was more than he could bear. His soul seemed to slip down his guts and fly out into her, and the gigantic thrust he made into her then provoked the only sound she made. Removing himself from her was so painful to him he cut it short and snatched his genitals out of the dry harbor of her vagina. She appeared to have fainted.”

Page 174: “He further limited his interests to little girls. They were usually manageable . . . His sexuality was anything but lewd; his patronage of little girls smacked of innocence and was associated in his mind with cleanliness.” And later, this same pedophile notes, “I work only through the Lord. He sometimes uses me to help people.”

Page 181: “The little girls are the only things I’ll miss. Do you know that when I touched their sturdy little t*** and bit them—just a little—I felt I was being friendly?—If I’d been hurting them, would they have come back? . . . they’d eat ice cream with their legs open while I played with them. It was like a party.”

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