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Friday, March 1, 2024

Libs of TikTok Creates Anti-Predator Book for Kids

'Instead of reacting to all the new ideas from bad actors who are talking to children, we need to go on offense...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Libs of TikTok creator Chaya Raichik is going to release a children’s book that is meant to protect kids from pedophiles and other groomers who want to “sexualize them and confuse them about their identity.”

“We need to be proactive in this fight. Instead of reacting to all the new ideas from bad actors who are talking to children, we need to go on offense,” she said. “I want to get this message to kids before they encounter that situation.”

No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern, which is scheduled for release on March 14 by Brave Books, is the story of a young lamb whose teacher tells her to not tell one’s parents about the candy and cakes he gets from the teacher that, in the end, turns out to be a predator — specifically, a wolf, according to the Daily Signal.

Raichik explained that one of her goals in writing the book was to reconnect parents and kids, while navigating a leftist social media landscape that wants to sever that relationship.

“So, my book basically teaches that lesson, that if a kid spots that behavior where a trusted adult is telling them, ‘Don’t tell your parents. Keep a secret from your parents,’ and tries to circumvent the parent, you should know that’s predatory behavior, and it can lead to dangerous things, and you should obviously right away have that conversation with their parents,” Raichik said.

“I want [children] to be able to, when they see that behavior, right away be able to spot it and know that this is wrong, and then be able to have that confidence to go have a conversation with their parents.”

According to Raichik, the primary goal of the book is to protect children of the next generation by giving them tools to ward off those who want to destroy their childhood innocence.

“What kind of country are we going to have if we just have a society full of these adults who are just confused about their identity?” she said. “I think [the activists] just want a chaotic and destructive society, and I’m going to try to stop that.”

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