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May 20, 2005

High schoolers received 'hard-core porn' homosexual 'how-to'

From WorldNetDaily:

After strong denials, a homosexual activist group admitted it made available to middle school and high school students an AIDS handbook described by critics as a "hard-core pornographic homosexual 'how-to.'"

The Boston Chapter of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, GLSEN Boston, said the distribution at an April 30 event at Brookline High School violated its policy that no sexually explicit materials be made available.

A Massachusetts-based group involved in opposition to same-sex marriage, the Article 8 Alliance, said the booklet was "prominently distributed at the first table, right after registration, where everyone would be sure to go."

Entitled "The Little Black Book – Queer in the 21st Century," the booklet contains what Article 8 calls "deadly misinformation on health."

I won't quote the rest because it includes stuff more graphic than I want on my blog. Liberals will deny that homosexuals try to use government schools to recruit, but the facts show different.

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 20, 2005 08:23 AM

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A info brochure, no matter how "hardcore", will not convert a person's sexuality. Straight boys will still be intersted in girls, while an open environment might help the queer ones to come out without getting harassed by the majority.

Personally, I'd rather have my children get their sex information from pro-homo groups than from Christians - at least they won't be told how deadly condoms are :).

Of course, good parents will give their children an overview over the functions of the human body and tell them that nothing is wrong with nudity, touching etc. even BEFORE they go to school.

That way, predators also have a harder time.

Quite normal here in Europe (my parents told me all about sexuality when I was 6, age-appopriate of course, but without resorting to birds or bees), apparently rather unusual in the good ol' US of A. Even my US-born wife agrees with me on that one, after a little while of geeting used to.

Best wishes to all of you,
- Markus

Posted by: Blackpriester at July 31, 2005 05:05 PM

You are starting from the fallacious assumption that one is born homosexual. That's been soundly disproven. By introducing imagery that involves homosexuality at a critical times as early puberty, teens will indeed be recruited by homosexuals. With very few exceptions homosexuals freely admit that they were "made aware" that they "were gay" by an older homosexual (pedophile) during their teen years.

If you want to trust your life to a flimsy layer of latex with 10 micron pin holes to protect you from the HIV virus which is only 1 micron across, then go ahead, but don't call it safe.

Telling kids there's nothing wrong with nudity and touching, primes kids for being exploited and molested. One has to wonder about the intentions of parents who do so.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at August 1, 2005 06:17 AM

In response to Danny:
Wow...so, people are dumb.
I like how, even though homosexuality is so disgusting and wrong, one glimpse of gay sex at that "critical time" will send would-be straight kids running for that good old homosexual lovin' Reminds me of that time I was exposed to a BOMBARDMENT of heterosexual images and norms throughout my childhood and it made me hetero- oh wait, nope, never mind. Also, just fyi, I freely admit that I was "made aware" that I "was gay" by viewing an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with ELiza Dushku in it at summer camp in the 4th grade. Good times.
Lastly, telling kids there is nothing wrong with nudity and touching helps them not have shame about their own feelings and bodies and gives them the tools to recognize unwanted sexual attention and the empowerment to report it without feeling guilty.
As my fellow young people would say, "OWNED!!!"

Posted by: Gabby at February 12, 2006 04:56 PM

Gabby, Teenagers, by and large, are easily influenced, which is why they are targeted so vigorously by homosexuals. And yes, it is possible to push a confused teenager into thinking that their confusion proves they are homosexual, and then convince them that unless they embrace that lifestyle they'll live a miserable life (when the opposite is the real truth)

I don't know what "OWNED" means, but I do know what denial means, and you are deep into it.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at February 13, 2006 05:40 AM

...what am I in denial about?
P.S. dude, I watched that scene at the end of the Disney version of Tarzan where Jane puts that animal skin bikini thing on like fourty times before I even knew what "gay" meant. I was pretty much influenced by me, me and also me. And pretty ladies on television but that is a whole other story. Or, ok, the same story.
Also, still a teenager here. Unless you are also in high school, I'm pretty sure I have a firmer grasp on what it's like to be my age than you do.

Posted by: Gabby at February 28, 2006 08:59 PM

LOL, that I've lived through the teen years means nothing. Only the naivete of youth would make you think that as a teenager you know more about what teenagers face that those who've been through it and can look back.

Admiring something does not mean a genetic disposition to have sex with it. If that were true there'd be marches to defend the rights of people to have sex with pepperoni pizza.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 1, 2006 07:24 AM

Well...

I do like me a good pizza...


I'm just wondering if comparing sex with food to sex with human beings (hetero or homo) is really somewhere we, as a group, want to go to. Thats not homophobia, just deeply, deeply misanthropic. And wicked greasy.

When was the whole "being born gay" thing disproved? Not only disproved, but disproved soundly, which I doubt.

Also, I would argue that telling children that there IS something wrong with nudity and touching primes them for sexual exploitation more then the alternative. It sets them up to believe that, if abused by a relative or other adult in their lives, that its somehow their fault because they did something "bad". Believing this, they might not come forward until years later, or worse, never. There aren't a lot of Lolitas in this world, but there are a lot of Humbert Humberts.

Posted by: Sean at March 3, 2006 09:53 PM

Hmmm, I never really liked pepperoni pizza THAT much but whatever floats your boat man, I'M NOT JUDGING.

Ok, I don't know how I can put this more plainly, I mean I'm trying not to get into too-much-information territory here but it doesn't seem to be getting through to you: I do not "admire" women, I find them attractive. I look at women and have SWEATY, NAUGHTY thoughts. No one told me to feel that way. In fact, everyone (society, popular culture) told me to like men, to be heterosexual. I mean, yes, hopefully there are more positive message about being gay out there than there used to be but as a child and middle school student I honestly almost never heard them, the subject just never came up.

I've yet to receive my invitation to the secret homosexual meeting where they teach you the handshake and instruct you on the "vigorous targeting" of the kiddies but I'm sure its in the mail.

P.S. Ok, this may seem intrusive but if you're still not buying my born and bred gay-osity, how do you know you're straight? Everyone told you to do that during you vulnerable childhood and apparently being sexually drawn to someone is a byproduct of that pressure. So what big shiny emotion are you feeling that I've been left out of?

::goes off to make love to pepperoni pizza::

Posted by: Gabby at March 3, 2006 10:04 PM

I'm just wondering if comparing sex with food to sex with human beings (hetero or homo) is really somewhere we, as a group, want to go to. Thats not homophobia, just deeply, deeply misanthropic. And wicked greasy.

The comparison is valid. To equate desire with sex is illogical.

When was the whole "being born gay" thing disproved? Not only disproved, but disproved soundly, which I doubt.

It's a behavior. Like all behavior, it's dependent on choice and free will, not genetics. Simply looking at the studies that claim to show a link is more than enough to soundly debunk the myth of a "Gay Gene", since all of them show only a marginal tendency. An obligatory, genetically imposed behavior would not be a marginal tendency.

Also, I would argue that telling children that there IS something wrong with nudity and touching primes them for sexual exploitation more then the alternative. It sets them up to believe that, if abused by a relative or other adult in their lives, that its somehow their fault because they did something "bad". Believing this, they might not come forward until years later, or worse, never. There aren't a lot of Lolitas in this world, but there are a lot of Humbert Humberts.

Nudity and touching are great, in their place. Their place is in a special relationship, bound by marriage vows, not with whoever you have a fancy for at the moment. You don't eat Lobster Bisque off the toilet seat—that would be bad. You do eat Lobster Bisque in the dining room—that would be good.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 4, 2006 06:41 PM

Ok, I don't know how I can put this more plainly, I mean I'm trying not to get into too-much-information territory here but it doesn't seem to be getting through to you: I do not "admire" women, I find them attractive. I look at women and have SWEATY, NAUGHTY thoughts. No one told me to feel that way. In fact, everyone (society, popular culture) told me to like men, to be heterosexual. I mean, yes, hopefully there are more positive message about being gay out there than there used to be but as a child and middle school student I honestly almost never heard them, the subject just never came up.

Yes, once you've been convinced that your desire must be acted upon sexually, you develop patterns that are self-confirming. The same patterns can produce a person sexually attracted to plastic. Sex is a strong desire, and once focused on a specific object or group, it fuels the continued desire for that outlet. But such targeting is in no way natural, nor inevitable.

P.S. Ok, this may seem intrusive but if you're still not buying my born and bred gay-osity, how do you know you're straight? Everyone told you to do that during you vulnerable childhood and apparently being sexually drawn to someone is a byproduct of that pressure. So what big shiny emotion are you feeling that I've been left out of?

I wasn't born straight, I chose that. But I had the benefit of a healthy upbringing that didn't involved outside forces trying convince me I would be miserable if I didn't indulge myself sexually in whatever happen to catch my attention.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 4, 2006 06:46 PM

I looked at your "about" page, and I noticed you're associated (or at least have posted the links to) two sites invloving pizza.

"there'd be marches to defend the rights of people to have sex with pepperoni pizza."

lol its all coming out now, Jack, you tease. Ohh I kid, I kid.

Posted by: Sean at March 4, 2006 07:41 PM

lmao, "...I didn't indulge myself sexually in whatever happen to catch my attention."

THE FIRE HYDRANT, IT CALLS TO ME! BRIGHT, RED, SHINY; IT'S PERFECT! I CAN'T TEAR MYSELF AWAY FROM ITS EYE CATCHY SAUCINESS! LETS! GET! SATISFIED!

::sigh:: ok, once more with feeling: no one "convinced me that my desire had to be acted upon sexually," no one told me I would be miserable if I wasn't gay. There is no special prize (beyond being allowed to be yourself) that you get for being gay, I'm not holding out for the commemorative watch before I jump ship and embrace the heterosexual within. I'm just gay. It's no grand battle of wills, no insidious secret agenda: it simply is.

Lastly, "Nudity and touching are great, in their place. Their place is in a special relationship, bound by marriage vows, not with whoever you have a fancy for at the moment."

I'm sorry, did I miss something? Have we returned to the 1950's? Geez man, get a grip, the sexual revolution happened, sex is good clean fun and we should all go out there and enjoy it as much or as little as we want to. Yes, yes, use protection and all that but honestly? In the kind of world we live in, you just have to let this kind of bull s*** go. No one has the grand plan, just because restricting yourself gets you a mental pat on the head from the moral majority doesn't make it right. Sex doesn't hurt anyone. Its not evil. You've hyped it up to be so much more than what it is: a simple, mostly pleasurable (occasionally unsatisfying, cause lets not kid ourselves, not ALL sex is good), facet of human existence.

Anyway, to summarize this post: your listening skills seem to leave something to be desired but feel free get down with your bad self there Danny.

Le Fin.

Posted by: Gabby at March 4, 2006 07:56 PM

P.S. Sean, you seem like a great guy, you remind me of my friend Nathan. Who is single, by the way. I'm just saying.

Posted by: Gabby at March 4, 2006 08:00 PM

I am a member of the gay-straight alliance and all we do is tell kids about gays and lesbians and the students ask them questions and we give fair answers I am straight by the way but honestly the world could so without people like you danny who just spread ignorance into people, (by the way we have people in our groop who realized they were gay at 5). You are just like one of those christians I meet all the time who proclaim that everyone is christian deep down and they have to bring it out. For that I just tell them the same thing I am going to tell you GET A GRIP. You know reality isn't as bad as you think. I also have to say to your statement

"LOL, that I've lived through the teen years means nothing. Only the naivete of youth would make you think that as a teenager you know more about what teenagers face that those who've been through it and can look back."

only the arrogance and condescending attitude of an adult would say they can't learn any form of wisdom from teens. Work as a teacher, you will learn all kinds about the teen culture.

Posted by: wateriestfire at May 1, 2006 04:54 PM

::sigh:: ok, once more with feeling: no one "convinced me that my desire had to be acted upon sexually," no one told me I would be miserable if I wasn't gay.

Interview anyone who's been conditioned to a response, and they will deny anyone has influenced them. Why would they? If they knew they'd been conditioned, that would be the first step in fighting against the conditioning. 

There is no special prize (beyond being allowed to be yourself) that you get for being gay, I'm not holding out for the commemorative watch before I jump ship and embrace the heterosexual within. I'm just gay. It's no grand battle of wills, no insidious secret agenda: it simply is.

Actually there is. First of all for many lonely teens who feel their life is meaningless and futile, belonging to a group is a strongly cathartic exercise. Second, there are two direction to pursue sex-excitement or meaning. To pursue meaning take time, effort and commitment, something not everyone is willing to do. To pursue excitement is quicker and handier, the drawback is that what's new and exciting today is old tomorrow, therefore homosexuality carries with it, not just a newness but the excitement of the forbidden. It can be more intense, yet ultimately it is self-defeating, because as all avenues of excitement, it will become old.

Lastly, "Nudity and touching are great, in their place. Their place is in a special relationship, bound by marriage vows, not with whoever you have a fancy for at the moment."

I'm sorry, did I miss something? Have we returned to the 1950's? Geez man, get a grip, the sexual revolution happened, sex is good clean fun and we should all go out there and enjoy it as much or as little as we want to. 

Wrong. Unfettered sex is dangerous and robs you of one of the most precious things a person has. Sex is a gift to be given to that one special person, not confetti to be thrown at everyone to eventually be walked upon as trash.

Yes, yes, use protection and all that but honestly? In the kind of world we live in, you just have to let this kind of bull s*** go.

Unfortunately for you, the BS is from the "free sex" crowd, and it's extremely dangerous.

 No one has the grand plan, just because restricting yourself gets you a mental pat on the head from the moral majority doesn't make it right. 

The futility of the materialist. Life has no meaning, therefore nothing in life has meaning. The problem with that philosophy is that it leads to a life time of rationalization and denial. We crave meaning and purpose. To try to believe life has no meaning and purpose means you must forever fight against what your heart tells you constantly, that we cannot exist unless we have some kind of purpose. If there is no "grand plan" the the Evolution you worship is a cruel sadist that has left you with a mind craving something it can never truly have.

Sex doesn't hurt anyone. 

Tell that to woman who've been raped. Tell that to children who've been molested. Tell that to the billions of people who've woken up to the realization that when you treat yourself as if you have no value, then you'll eventually start to believe that. Unrestrained sex is extremely dangerous, not just physically, but mentally as well.

Its not evil. You've hyped it up to be so much more than what it is: a simple, mostly pleasurable (occasionally unsatisfying, cause lets not kid ourselves, not ALL sex is good), facet of human existence.

No, you've degraded it into something it was never intended to be.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at May 2, 2006 03:26 PM

I am a member of the gay-straight alliance and all we do is tell kids about gays and lesbians and the students ask them questions and we give fair answers I am straight by the way but honestly the world could so without people like you danny who just spread ignorance into people, 

Ignorance would be your inability to comprehend that GLSEN Boston admitted that inappropriate material was distributed. 

(by the way we have people in our groop who realized they were gay at 5). 

Pedophiles are fond of that tactic. It feed right into their rationalization that young children want sex. You have people who are tricked into thinking they were homosexual at a young age. kids do not think of sex that young, and anyone who tries to convicne kids they do are either pedophiles or idiots who recruit for pedophiles.

You are just like one of those christians I meet all the time who proclaim that everyone is christian deep down and they have to bring it out.

Never met anyone who claimed that. I think you're making things up, now.

 For that I just tell them the same thing I am going to tell you GET A GRIP. You know reality isn't as bad as you think.

Someday you may look back on that sentence and shudder at how moronic it is, and be appalled that you actually posted it.

 I also have to say to your statement

"LOL, that I've lived through the teen years means nothing. Only the naivete of youth would make you think that as a teenager you know more about what teenagers face that those who've been through it and can look back."

only the arrogance and condescending attitude of an adult would say they can't learn any form of wisdom from teens. Work as a teacher, you will learn all kinds about the teen culture.

I never said one "can't learn any form of wisdom from teens". You, though, are a perfect example of how little many teens are capable of learning at all.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at May 2, 2006 03:34 PM

�You, though, are a perfect example of how little many teens are capable of learning at all.� Then I am sorry I got the idea that the statement

�LOL, that I've lived through the teen years means nothing. Only the naivete of youth would make you think that as a teenager you know more about what teenagers face than those who've been through it and can look back�

that you meant that you thought you could understand more about teens than teens could because you can �look back� (read what that was replying to again). That would in turn make you not able to learn anything about teens because you already know. Though because I was wrong what did you mean from that statement?

�Never met anyone who claimed that. I think you're making things up, now.�

This is understandable how you would think that, but try being a nonchristian who is active about gay rights.. you will get all of the craziest people around. Maybe I was to harsh though to compare you to them. Although when you said �We crave meaning and purpose� is the most favorable tactic in telling people that they deep down believe in a god/goddess/whatever.

�Someday you may look back on that sentence and shudder at how moronic it is, and be appalled that you actually posted it.�

I doubt it, it isn't nearly as moronic as what I am posting it against basically to paraphrase your opinion would be like this.

Beware the gays and lesbians they will rape your children and force them to be gay. Fear them because they are a threat to the American way by showing kids about sex. Supporting them is supporting the Homo gay agenda of dominance of your children because they can't have their own.

Now that is so moronic it is beyond comparison. You have really turned your back on any basic concept of reality and are creating your own. I mean I was just expecting to see something about � protecting your bodily fluids� but it never came up.

and look the reason why they gave out these pamphlets is simple teens like sex, they will jump at the opportunity to read about anything involving sex whether it be gay, straight, or even Necrophilia. Most of the questions we get are from teens is about how gays have sex. I feel that talking about it gives greater understanding of course by you saying �I had the benefit of a healthy upbringing that didn't involved outside forces trying convince me I would be miserable if I didn't indulge myself sexually in whatever happen to catch my attention.� This is just another way of saying ignorance. Honestly from what you have said so far you just grew up in ignorance of gay people. That is far more damaging than actually spending the time to learn about them first hand and maybe have an open mind?
It isn't damaging because kids will find out about sex anyway because they want to know, and they have every right to know.

�Pedophiles are fond of that tactic. It feed right into their rationalization that young children want sex.�

Really Pedophiles have nothing to do with being gay. If an older man rapes a young woman he is considered a pedophile too. Speaking of which if you want to know where all the pedophiles are just go to church your bound to find a few.

by the way I had many friends who were gay in middle school, high school, college, and in my field of work. I am straight and although I do not believe in marriage or even monogamy I live a very happy life and sex really isn't anything majestic it is really just fun, interesting, and a great way to solve those problems in those depressed teens you talk about, people who have sex are generally happier then people who don't, hence the new term "undersexed".

Well in closing you are pretty obviously just a cold-war wash-up (hint: replace pretty much every-time he says gay or lesbian with communist to see what I mean)

Posted by: wateriestfire at May 4, 2006 07:22 PM

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