Here’s an example of the pornographic material your 10th grader will be required to read under the Common Core Standards. There is plenty of good, sound literature available that is not pornographic. Why did the curriculum authors include this book?
**WARNING! What follows is disturbing.**
“Dreaming in Cuban”
by Cristina Garcia
Hugo and Felicia stripped in their room, dissolving easily into one another, and made love against the whitewashed walls. Hugo bit Felicia’s breast and left purplish bands of bruises on her upper thighs. He knelt before her in the tub and massaged black Spanish soap between her legs. He entered her repeatedly from behind.
Felicia learned what pleased him. She tied his arms above his head with their underclothing and slapping him sharply when he asked.
“You’re my bitch,” Hugo said, groaning.
In the morning he left, promising to return in the summer.
Because the student assessments link back to the curriculum common core suggests which in the end determines the teachers’ evaluations, many schools will be forced to include this book as reading/study material. Be sure to click on the source link below to read how Common Core is nothing but a marketing tool for these books and these authors.
- Common Core: Porn for 10th graders (standupforthetruth.com)
- 10th grade class reads erotic novel recommended by Common Core proponents (eagnews.org)