Gail horalek considers the diary of the jewish girl pornographic
Anne frank, born in frankfurt am main in 1929, moved with her jewish family to the netherlands in 1934. When the nazis invaded and ordered the deportation of jews, she hid in a back house in amsterdam. In 1944 she was betrayed and sent to auschwitz and later to bergen-belsen, where she died of typhus in march 1945. What survived was her diary, which has become world literature and is read in many schools..
This is not appreciated by all parents: currently, the american mother gail horalek is making headlines with the demand to put the book under parental permission reservation, because it is harmful to young people.