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My organization, the Independent Women’s Voice, released Thursday a 30-second ad entitled “Worth 1,000 Words” that dares to show the sexually explicit materials that have been available to kids in Virginia public schools. IWV tried to buy time on late night television to inform adults about the content in Virginia schools, but Virginia TV stations refused to air it, claiming federal law prohibits putting pornographic images on air, even late at night, and even when it is news. 

For those who wish to see for themselves, the ad may be viewed at Parents also will find links to take action to support needed reforms.

“It’s shocking that images, and even some words, that federal law prohibits TV stations to share with adults are the same images being shared with Virginia students with no accountability,” said IWV Vice President of Communications Victoria Coley. 

Yet that’s no surprise given that in 2016, then-Gov. McAuliffe vetoed a bill that would have allowed parents to block sexually explicit books in schools. And, in 2021, he stated that he didn’t think parents should have a say about what is imposed on their children—despite the parental rights that Virginia law gives to parents in regards to their children.

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