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May 04, 2005

Parents sue to block pro-homosexual curriculum

From WorldNetDaily:

Two parent-backed groups filed a lawsuit against a Maryland school district today to block a sex-ed curriculum that advocates homosexual behavior and includes a video illustrating condom usage using a cucumber.

Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum and Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays, or PFOX, complain the pilot program for 8th through 10th grade in six Montgomery County Public Schools, scheduled to begin Thursday, presents sexual variations and behaviors, including homosexuality, as morally equivalent to traditionally accepted norms....

PFOX and Citizens said every teacher resource they proposed to the board from an "ex-gay perspective" was rejected.

David Fishback, board chairman and chairman of the curriculum committee, called reorientation therapy "dangerous," resulting in "extremely bad outcomes."

Any discussion that homosexual preferences may change would "be destructive," he said.

Since I know several former homosexuals, I find the board chairman's argument one of total ignorance. But then that seems to be par for the course in Liberal Education these days.

Here is some of what the curriculum teaches:

Most experts in the field have concluded that sexual orientation is not a choice.

What field? Is homosexuality a field? Kind of deceptive comment given that the terms can be selectively defined to match the conclusion.

Sex play with friends of the same gender is not uncommon during early adolescence and does not prove long-term sexual orientation.

But telling kids this lie, encourages them to experiment. Quote a recruiting tool.

It is no more abnormal or sick to be homosexual than to be left-handed.

And what is the evidence for this?

Many religious denominations do not believe that "loving people of the same sex is immoral (sinful)."

No definition for the term "love" Remember, to Liberals love=sex. A sick mindset, but then what would you expect.

Heterosexual parents are consistently not found to be more loving or caring than gay parents.

Found by whom? What studies show this? Based on the ratio of abuse by homosexual parents v. heterosexual parents I'd say this would be pretty hard to verify.

Jesus said absolutely nothing at all about homosexuality.

He also said nothing about pedophilia. He also said nothing about smoking. A pretty weak argument for viewing a behavior as normal and acceptable.

Religion has often been misused to justify hatred and oppression.

So has perversity.

One's sexual and emotional orientations are fixed at an early age ... certainly by age five.

Says who? Using what evidence? Kinsey's pedophiles? Right, that's a good source.

Human sexuality is a continuum.

An idiotic contention made by radical feminists and homosexual activists. Not supported by any real research or evidence.

Many homophobic responses are born out of a fear that one's own sexual orientation may not be entirely heterosexual.

Another rationalization, never proven with actual studies.

It is perfectly natural to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, and/or transgender.

What any "Gay Pride" parade and see for yourself.

"[A]bstinence until marriage" is detrimental to "GLBT youth."

How? Because it denies them "fun" at the expense of learning self-discipline and self-respect.

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 4, 2005 10:38 AM

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