I'm responding to your arguments, so I don't know why you claim I "cannot deal." But anyway.

What's happening here, to be clear, is that I'm making fun of your arguments, mostly because you seem to believe that the Holocaust can be taught as if it were simply a snapshot in time, an era, where multiple "themes" were at play. "Sexism" is a particularly funny one, in part because sexism was the least of the issues in the Third Reich. (Google Leni Riefenstahl).

It is necessary to show teenagers (because the book was being taught to 8th graders and not children) nude bodies when those nude bodies illustrate the horror of a genocide. Otherwise it's just being sanitized, which of course, as I point out -- is the whole point of this banning endeavor.

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