LibsOfTikTok founder Chaya Raichik came out with a new children's book on Saturday titled “No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern.” The book was inspired by Raichik's work which is exposing how children are influenced by educators and social media to embrace left-wing agendas.
The book itself follows a little lamb who is coerced into lying to her parents by a teacher with Raichik telling Human Events that “one of the first steps of predatory behavior is to sever the parent-child relationship to circumvent them.”
“I think I've done a lot to expose predators,” she said, “or to expose people who are targeting children to sexualize them and tear down their innocence and I figured, you know, I think the time has come together to actually give parents and kids a tool to counteract that and to get ahead of it.”
“If an adult tells a child to keep a secret from their parents, that’s a huge red flag. I wrote a kid’s book which will give parents and children a tool they can use to spot predatory behavior,” Raichik wrote announcing the book. “My goal is to get this book into as many homes, schools, and libraries in this country as possible!”
If an adult tells a child to keep a secret from their parents, that’s a huge red flag. I wrote a kid’s book which will give parents and children a tool they can use to spot predatory behavior.
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 26, 2023
Upon the release of the book, Raichik received pushback on social media from transgender activists who called her a “far-right terrorist” and argued that the children's book promoted “anti-queer violence.”
It’s important to remember that trans activists lie about everything.
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 27, 2023
“It's predators who seek to sexualize children and confuse them about their identity and tear down childhood innocence,” the LibsOfTikTok founder explained. “And those predators are everywhere and they obviously specifically hang around children.”
“Up until a couple of years ago, everybody in America would agree that a parent is the best advocate for their child and knows their child and has their child's best interest at heart,” she told Human Events. “Obviously, there are exceptions and extreme cases. But at the baseline, parents want what's best for their kids. And there are these bad actors who are trying to say that they know better than the parent and that they could raise their child and they could they can instill certain ideologies into children while cutting out the parent.”
“Kids have to know how to spot that behavior. If there's an authority figure, an adult figure who they're supposed to trust, and that person is saying ‘don't tell your parents this, keep this a secret, let's hide this from your parents,' children need to know right away, whether it's gender or anything else, that this can be harmful,” she continued, adding, “Parents need to have an open line of communication.”
“Parents have to be understanding, they have to build that trusting relationship with their kids. So my book actually touches on both those topics,” Raichik added.
The children's book can be found on Amazon here.
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