Friday, May 22, 2009

Gay-activist tolerance

Fox News is reporting that,
A group of parents in a California school district say they are being bullied by school administrators into accepting a new curriculum that addresses bullying, respect, and acceptance--and that includes compulsory lessons about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community that will be taught to children as young as five years old.
Five years old?! Are they kidding? Someone should file sexual abuse charges against the school district!

This is supposedly about teaching kids not to bully, but you can teach kids to be kind and not to bully without teaching five-year-olds about sexual preferences! Do the schools single out every possible group that might be subject to bullying: African-Americans, Asians, Hispanics, the disabled, people who are too short, tall, or fat, Jews, Muslims or Evangelical Christians? Of course not! Why make this about homosexuals--unless the agenda is to promote homosexuality?

But it gets worse! What about parents who have religious convictions against homosexual behavior? What about their First Amendment rights?What about parents who just think five years old is just too young to teach children about homosexuality?

The school board has no tolerance for such people!

its attorneys say that if the curriculum is adopted, the parents will have no legal right to remove their children from class when the lessons are being taught.

"By not allowing kids to opt out," says David Kirwin, who has two children in the system, "the school district is violating a First Amendment right for those who have a religion that doesn't support homosexuality."

California is not the only state to refuse to let parents opt out of such state-brainwashing. Massachusetts did the same. You can expect more states to follow as "gay-rights" becomes accepted public policy.

This is the Left's version of tolerance. This is tolerance gay-activist style. The gay-rights debate is not about whether Adam and Steve should get the same benefits as a married couple. That is purely a smoke screen. This debate is about the future of freedom of speech and religion in America.

The sound you hear is your children's freedom being flushed down the toilet.

1 comment:

Phil said...

They can opt out and really stick it to the school district... two words:

Home School

(or private school for that matter, but I realize some can't afford that either)