Article originally appeared on thefederalist.com.
A New Jersey mother is suing U.S. military officials and her local police chief over the orchestration of a censorship campaign she says coerced the deletion of a Facebook post she made that was critical of sex education.
Angela Reading, a third-year law student at Villanova and mom of two, filed the lawsuit Wednesday claiming an entourage of law enforcement portrayed her as a “security threat” when she objected to a “polysexual” flyer in school.
In November, Reading, who served on her county’s regional board of education until the incident, complained on Facebook after she said her 7-year-old daughter asked what “polysexual” meant at an elementary “Math Night.”
“Why are elementary schools promoting/allowing elementary KIDS to research topics of sexuality and create posters?” Reading wrote. “This is not in the state elementary standards (law) nor in the BOE-approved curriculum. It’s perverse and should be illegal to expose my kids to sexual content.”
Lt. Col. Christopher …
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