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Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Remember that silly mother in Detroit who wanted The Diary Of Anne Frank banned in schools because it contains descriptions of female genitalia that might be disturbing to students, as opposed to the rest of the things in that particular book? Of course you do. Well, we have obtained the objectionable passage, which comes from the new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl .

“Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you’re standing, so you can’t see what’s inside. They separate when you sit down and they’re very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there’s a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That’s the clitoris.”

This passage is obviously inappropriate for preteens, because it alerts them to the existence of female genitals and even, dare I say it, the clitoris. That is supposed to be a secret! Before you know it, they’ll be exploring their own bodies and learning even more details about them, like the fact that it’s possible for human beings to gain pleasure from touching themselves in certain ways, or the fact that contraceptive use can be effective in preventing pregnancy and disease. Knowledge is dangerous!

This is especially ridiculous, considering the general idea behind having preteens read  The Diary Of Anne Frank is to humanize the victims of the Holocaust and show that they were not so different from “us.” And what could be more universal than the gradual, slightly scary, discovery of one’s own sexual organs? I also find it a great example of Anne’s descriptive powers as a budding young writer. I’ve always wondered what great things she would have gone on to write, had she survived.

And this has already been said by others, but in what world is the existence of ladyparts, something most kids are probably already aware of, more disturbing or deforming than reading about some of the most terrifying manifestations of human evil the world has ever seen? A: a world in which people believe the book takes the correct stance on genocide (against), but not on knowing what’s between your legs (also against). In the mind of this woman, a girl’s vagina is to remain a mysterious no-no place until the day her husband introduces her to it for the first time. Luckily, it seems unlikely the Northville School Board is going to acquiesce.

But, like most girls her age, Anne Frank also wallowed in the trivialities of adolescence: boys, gossip, stormy standoffs with Mom.

"They say she can't stand me. But I don't care, since I don't like her much either," Anne wrote about a classmate on June 15, 1942, shortly before the Frank family went into hiding from the Nazis.

Anne's sometimes irreverent observations, and references to her budding sexual awareness, are in a newly expanded version of her famous diary.

March 9 was the 50th anniversary of Anne's death in a concentration camp in 1945. She was 15. To mark the event, her diary was read aloud before an audience of 2,000, including Estelle Parsons, Celeste Holm, Garson Kanin and Michael Moriarty.

The words took on an endearing tone, sometimes prompting laughter: "J. is a detestable, sneaky, stuck-up, two-faced gossip. . Herman Koopman also has a filthy mind."

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Remember that silly mother in Detroit who wanted The Diary Of Anne Frank banned in schools because it contains descriptions of female genitalia that might be disturbing to students, as opposed to the rest of the things in that particular book? Of course you do. Well, we have obtained the objectionable passage, which comes from the new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl .

“Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you’re standing, so you can’t see what’s inside. They separate when you sit down and they’re very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there’s a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That’s the clitoris.”

This passage is obviously inappropriate for preteens, because it alerts them to the existence of female genitals and even, dare I say it, the clitoris. That is supposed to be a secret! Before you know it, they’ll be exploring their own bodies and learning even more details about them, like the fact that it’s possible for human beings to gain pleasure from touching themselves in certain ways, or the fact that contraceptive use can be effective in preventing pregnancy and disease. Knowledge is dangerous!

This is especially ridiculous, considering the general idea behind having preteens read  The Diary Of Anne Frank is to humanize the victims of the Holocaust and show that they were not so different from “us.” And what could be more universal than the gradual, slightly scary, discovery of one’s own sexual organs? I also find it a great example of Anne’s descriptive powers as a budding young writer. I’ve always wondered what great things she would have gone on to write, had she survived.

And this has already been said by others, but in what world is the existence of ladyparts, something most kids are probably already aware of, more disturbing or deforming than reading about some of the most terrifying manifestations of human evil the world has ever seen? A: a world in which people believe the book takes the correct stance on genocide (against), but not on knowing what’s between your legs (also against). In the mind of this woman, a girl’s vagina is to remain a mysterious no-no place until the day her husband introduces her to it for the first time. Luckily, it seems unlikely the Northville School Board is going to acquiesce.

anne frank bisexual passage

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Remember that silly mother in Detroit who wanted The Diary Of Anne Frank banned in schools because it contains descriptions of female genitalia that might be disturbing to students, as opposed to the rest of the things in that particular book? Of course you do. Well, we have obtained the objectionable passage, which comes from the new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl .

“Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you’re standing, so you can’t see what’s inside. They separate when you sit down and they’re very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there’s a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That’s the clitoris.”

This passage is obviously inappropriate for preteens, because it alerts them to the existence of female genitals and even, dare I say it, the clitoris. That is supposed to be a secret! Before you know it, they’ll be exploring their own bodies and learning even more details about them, like the fact that it’s possible for human beings to gain pleasure from touching themselves in certain ways, or the fact that contraceptive use can be effective in preventing pregnancy and disease. Knowledge is dangerous!

This is especially ridiculous, considering the general idea behind having preteens read  The Diary Of Anne Frank is to humanize the victims of the Holocaust and show that they were not so different from “us.” And what could be more universal than the gradual, slightly scary, discovery of one’s own sexual organs? I also find it a great example of Anne’s descriptive powers as a budding young writer. I’ve always wondered what great things she would have gone on to write, had she survived.

And this has already been said by others, but in what world is the existence of ladyparts, something most kids are probably already aware of, more disturbing or deforming than reading about some of the most terrifying manifestations of human evil the world has ever seen? A: a world in which people believe the book takes the correct stance on genocide (against), but not on knowing what’s between your legs (also against). In the mind of this woman, a girl’s vagina is to remain a mysterious no-no place until the day her husband introduces her to it for the first time. Luckily, it seems unlikely the Northville School Board is going to acquiesce.

Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam.

Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. Its message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions. The diary has been translated into 67 languages with over 30 million copies sold. Anne Frank’s story is especially meaningful to young people today. For many she is their first, if not their only exposure to the history of the Holocaust.

After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, seven months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.

The Center provides a whole host of information and educational tools for use in the classroom. These include downloadable materials for students and teachers, curriculum guides, and required reading. Learn more

See content from our partner, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and learn more about the history of the House.

Don't call me a sick minded bastard because I am bringing this to everyones' attention but I just felt it would be a good tid-bit to you all. For anyone that didn't know Anne Frank, the popular Jewish girl who wrote her crappy little diary was bisexual. I just put the complete lesbian term in to get everyones' attention.

In her diary there are exerps I've found saying this like, "I was at my friend's house (who is also female) and I couldn't hold my desire back any longer. I asked her if we could touch each others' breasts." Her friend agreed then they continued to kiss etc.

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I had to read parts of her diary for a school project. I want proof of this. Ive never read anything like that in there. Plus concentration camp women who are deprived from everything just turn me on.

u'll write every1 "thanks, your comment really helped the thread", cuz this is the second time i read it today

Remember that silly mother in Detroit who wanted The Diary Of Anne Frank banned in schools because it contains descriptions of female genitalia that might be disturbing to students, as opposed to the rest of the things in that particular book? Of course you do. Well, we have obtained the objectionable passage, which comes from the new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl .

“Until I was eleven or twelve, I didn’t realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn’t see them. What’s even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris…When you’re standing up, all you see from the front is hair. Between your legs there are two soft, cushiony things, also covered with hair, which press together when you’re standing, so you can’t see what’s inside. They separate when you sit down and they’re very red and quite fleshy on the inside. In the upper part, between the outer labia, there’s a fold of skin that, on second thought, looks like a kind of blister. That’s the clitoris.”

This passage is obviously inappropriate for preteens, because it alerts them to the existence of female genitals and even, dare I say it, the clitoris. That is supposed to be a secret! Before you know it, they’ll be exploring their own bodies and learning even more details about them, like the fact that it’s possible for human beings to gain pleasure from touching themselves in certain ways, or the fact that contraceptive use can be effective in preventing pregnancy and disease. Knowledge is dangerous!

This is especially ridiculous, considering the general idea behind having preteens read  The Diary Of Anne Frank is to humanize the victims of the Holocaust and show that they were not so different from “us.” And what could be more universal than the gradual, slightly scary, discovery of one’s own sexual organs? I also find it a great example of Anne’s descriptive powers as a budding young writer. I’ve always wondered what great things she would have gone on to write, had she survived.

And this has already been said by others, but in what world is the existence of ladyparts, something most kids are probably already aware of, more disturbing or deforming than reading about some of the most terrifying manifestations of human evil the world has ever seen? A: a world in which people believe the book takes the correct stance on genocide (against), but not on knowing what’s between your legs (also against). In the mind of this woman, a girl’s vagina is to remain a mysterious no-no place until the day her husband introduces her to it for the first time. Luckily, it seems unlikely the Northville School Board is going to acquiesce.

But, like most girls her age, Anne Frank also wallowed in the trivialities of adolescence: boys, gossip, stormy standoffs with Mom.

"They say she can't stand me. But I don't care, since I don't like her much either," Anne wrote about a classmate on June 15, 1942, shortly before the Frank family went into hiding from the Nazis.

Anne's sometimes irreverent observations, and references to her budding sexual awareness, are in a newly expanded version of her famous diary.

March 9 was the 50th anniversary of Anne's death in a concentration camp in 1945. She was 15. To mark the event, her diary was read aloud before an audience of 2,000, including Estelle Parsons, Celeste Holm, Garson Kanin and Michael Moriarty.

The words took on an endearing tone, sometimes prompting laughter: "J. is a detestable, sneaky, stuck-up, two-faced gossip. . . . Herman Koopman also has a filthy mind."