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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Public Schools and Gender-Bending

Funny skits have always been a part of growing up. I remember seeing a skit (can't remember where) when a group of boys dressed up in borrowed cheerleader outfits. It used to be funny. But that was when it was a joke. Today, it's no joke. Kids are being urged to consider the possibility they are lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered, queer, etc. (The list keeps getting longer.). They are titillated with graphic sex ed that includes describing not only heterosexual sex, but the depraved acts of homosexuals. They see pictures and illustrations of sex organs from the time they are in middle school if not earlier. (There are plenty of picture books on "safe touch" programs for the little ones that are a pedophiles dream. 

So a school "gender-bending" day where kids are encouraged to cross dress is no longer innocent fun, it's homosexual indoctrination which is why one Milwaukee mom did not send her seven-year-old son to school on "Switch it Up Day" May 24th.

At least one Milwaukee mom won’t be sending her child to school on cross-dressing ‘Switch It Up Day’

This is not an isolated incident. It's been going on for years. And there are lots of other activities, often billed as "anti-bullying" that are really about normalizing homosexuality and training kids to experiment - like the annual "Day of Silence." It's all about taking the future by bending the minds of the children. Many of the programs target kids from K-12. What does a Kindergartner know about sex? Plenty if the gays have their way. 

Parents wake up! Congratulations to the mom who kept her son home. But one day is not enough. Bring the kids home for good. There may be some public schools out there that aren't playing mind games with the kids, but with federal programs developing core curriculum and input from the pro-homosexual National Education Association, they are few and far between. 

Besides, home schoolers have more fun. 

1 comment:

Elisa said...

Thought this story from "National Review" online would be of interest:
Especially the last sentence!