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Posted on 04/16/2010 7:40:22 AM PDT by bs9021
Sounds of Silence Deborah Lambert, April 16, 2010
While voluntary prayer groups and/or two minutes of silence are discouraged by most public schools these days, some ideological movements appear to have a bit more clout with educators.
For example, on April 16th, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) sponsored a Day of Silence, when hundreds of thousands of public school students were encouraged to take a vow of silence for the entire dayeven during instructional time, according to the TownHall.com/blog.
GLSEN claims that this event is designed to call attention to anti-GLBT name calling, bullying and harassment in schools, but parents would be well-advised to make sure they understand how certain groups inflict their messages on unsuspecting audiences who are not aware of the politicized ideology involved in the seemingly innocent request....
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Finally. This self-righteous mob of self-loathers might shut up for a day.
Ahhhh! The one day a years when the “love that dares not speak its name” finally shuts the f*** up!
Oh, I’d be so happy if my chatty, hyper little 7th graders were silent for one day... LOL... I know, I know.
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