Skip to comments.Attorney Claims Homosexual Students Often Incite Reactions on Campus
Posted on 01/14/2004 3:24:23 PM PST by Federalist 78
A Christian attorney says homosexual groups are teaching student activists in public schools to use provocative behavior to goad other students into acting hostilely toward them.
Five years of litigation recently came to a close when six homosexual students represented by the American Civil Liberties Union won a $1.1 million settlement against the Morgan Hill Unified School District [PDF] in California. The students claim they were bullied and harassed because of their sexual orientation. As a result of the settlement, the entire school district is now required to implement a "sensitivity training" program designed to shield homosexuals from bullying.
Scott Lively, president of the California-based Pro-Family Law Center, believes this is the latest in a series of settlements resulting from a deliberate strategy by the homosexual political movement.
"Their goal is to transform American public schools into centers of pro-gay activity and training," he says. "They want the schools to advance the gay agenda through 'sensitivity training,' 'diversity' days, [and by] including homosexuality in curricula, etcetera."
Lively says student activists who flaunt their homosexual behavior in front of students considered to be "rednecks or jocks" often succeed in forcing their school to adopt an anti-bullying policy that embraces a pro-homosexual perspective, because if the school does not take action they are likely to be sued. The attorney says schools do not need a special anti-harassment policy for homosexuals only.
"Instead of following the 'civil rights model' of dividing people according to color or race or whatever and then giving them protection based on their membership in the group, [schools' should give them protection based on the fact that they're an individual human being worthy of respect," he says.
Lively advises parents who do not want their children to be indoctrinated with a pro-homosexual point of view to put their children in a Christian school or home school them.
Texas has a legitimate interest in regulating public health, and the CDC has identified sexually transmitted diseases ("STDs") as a public health problem. Sodomy is an efficient method of transmitting STDs. And regardless of the reason, same-sex sodomy is far more effective in spreading STDs than opposite-sex sodomy. Multiple studies have estimated that 40 percent or more of men who practice anal sex acquire STDs. In fact, same-sex sodomy has resulted in the transformation of diseases previously transmitted only through fecally contaminated food and water into sexually caused diseases primarily among those who practice same-sex sodomy.
The homosexual historical footprint is large when it comes to the rape and murder of children.
The conclusion arrived at by the researchers, based upon these figures, is that the rate of abuse between urban homosexual men in intimate relationships "is a very serious public health problem."
Butler said the two men raped Dirkhising at least six times. Each was charged with six counts of rape in addition to capital murder. Butler said the boy was left bound and gagged after the last rape while the two men went to get a sandwich to eat. When the men returned, Butler said, they found the boy, apparently dead, and made the 911 emergency call.
Powerful gay men. Vulnerable teen-age boys. Murder. For years, some prominent local men who led secret lives were rumored to be protected. Whispers surrounding another important man's death prompt the question: Is there really a conspiracy? Why we wrote these stories A conspiracy theory born in the late 1970s and early '80s had become a long-forgotten legend until last September, when the slaying of Assistant District Attorney Stephen M. Tauzer gave new life to speculation about "The Lords of Bakersfield." We felt this legend and the crimes that spawned it warranted a closer look.
The top six U.S. male serial killers were all gay.
They say gays suffer from a "narcissistic" personality disorder and they give this clinical description: "pathological self absorption, a need for constant attention and admiration, lack of empathy or concern for others, quickly bored, shallow, interested in fads, seductive, overemphasis on appearance, superficially charming, promiscuous, exploitative, preoccupied with remaining youthful, relationships alternate between over idealization and devaluation."
The authors say gays tend to deny reality in various ways: wishful thinking, paranoia, illogic, emotionalism and embracing crackpot ideas.
I repeat, 13 years old.
I do not think that it is a cooincidence that she is progressively rejecting all family influence.
I repeat, 13 years old.
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