Her account has gained popularity with the right-wing community, including some powerful right-wing figures.
Libs of TikTok was heavily scrutinized for pushing a narrative that teachers were trying to get students to question their sexuality and gender identity by teaching them about the LGBTQ+ community in schools.
Now, Raichik is releasing a children’s book called No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern about a lamb attending school and being told to keep secrets from her parents from her “sheep” teacher Mr. Wooly.
Mr. Wooly keeps giving the students candy and cakes rather than teaching them and urges them not to tell their parents. But the lamb doesn’t listen and tells her parents. In turn, they find out Mr. Wooly is a wolf disguised as a sheep.
In a press release for her book, Raichik said, “Mr. Wooly uses phrases like, ‘don’t worry about what your parents said,’ ‘you can trust me,’ and ‘my class is a safe space.’ These are the very phrases that predators in authority positions use on children.”
The book preaches a moral standpoint that coincides with one of Libs of TikTok's goal of blasting LGBTQ-inclusive teachers on social media by claiming they are predatory.
\u201cLibs of TikTok creator Chaya Raichik, who helped set off the moral panic that has led to countless LGBTQ people being falsely accused of "grooming" kids, is publishing a book for children.\u201d
Raichik told the New York Post her goal in writing the book was to “give parents and children a tool that they can use to actually be able to spot predatory behavior.”
While the message of the book may be useful, people felt the motivation behind the book was wrong.
Matt Walsh, a columnist for The Daily Wire who often speaks out against transgender rights and issues, also wrote a children’s book called Johnny the Walrus which promotes an anti-transgender narrative.
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