In a Fox employee portal, employees are told to "expand [their] perspective" by reading books and other materials authored by transgender activists, including one particular memoir "about a precocious boy ... who would grow up to become a woman."
The book contains a scene in which one of the characters asks others what a glory hole is, to which they laugh about his innocence. One of them then proceeds to describe the filthy concept as "an opening drilled into the side of a restroom stall" where you "slide your **** through and someone on the other side gives you ****."
The same reading material, recommended by Fox to its employees as a way to celebrate pride, goes on to graphically describe what happens next. We will not go into it any further as you probably already get the idea.
(Related: Tucker Carlson was fired from Fox News for telling too much truth.)
Another book Fox is pushing on its employees centers around a fictional homosexual relationship between the Prince of Wales and the American president's son, which at the current time is Hunter Biden.
Describing the United States as a "genocidal empire," the book goes on to trash the British monarchy as well, explaining that "royal weddings are trash, the princes who have royal weddings are trash, the imperialism that allows princes to exist at all is trash. It's trash turtles all the way down."
After trashing both Great Britain and America, the two characters then proceed to engage in homosexual activity that is graphically described, much like in LGBT erotica for adults – though these books are seemingly for adults and young people.
There is also an entire section of LGBT books for children that Fox wants its employees to take home and share with the family. One of them features a unicorn that "comes out" as either homosexual or transgender – because who really cares anyway?
"The key to happiness is accepting your unicorniness," one of the pages of the book reads, featuring colorful animated animal characters celebrating the LGBT unicorn while holding up signs that say, "Go Cornelius!"
"For the rest of the week, Cornelius made his costume for his Hoofapalooza performance," the book goes on to explain about what the LGBT unicorn did after coming out as one of the colors on the LGBT flag.
"It had everything he loved: bright colors, glitter, and sparkles. While he worked on his costume, Cornelius tried not to think about all those mean things Mayor Mare and the other horses always said about unicorns."
In a section of the LGBT materials called "Support One Another," Fox further encourages its employees to donate to various LGBT organizations including the Trevor Project, the National Center for Transgender Equality, Rainbow Railroad, the Ali Forney Center, and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
The Trevor Project, by the way, is described by Fox as helping "LGBTQ young people." It hosts a sexually explicit chat room that connects underage children as young as 13 years old with "LGBT" adults, aka pedophiles.
The Ali Forney Center also focuses on underage children by feigning care for "homeless LGBT youth," which it routinely injects with cross-sex hormones that are known to cause sterilization.
Then there is the artificial intelligence (AI)-driven spying platform that Fox created to monitor its employees' devotion to the cult of DEI, which stands for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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