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Dad Says His Son 'Damaged' by Homosexual Indoctrination at State-Sponsored Program
Agape Press ^ | 02.09.04 | Jim Brown

Posted on 02/09/2006 5:36:17 PM PST by Coleus

Two Christian parents say their son was a victim of homosexual indoctrination at the prestigious "Governor's School of North Carolina."

The Governor's School of North Carolina describes itself as "program for intellectually gifted high school students, integrating academic disciplines, the arts, and unique courses." But one North Carolina couple is suffering some after effects of their son's involvement in the program. Jim and Beverly Burrows say after their son attended a Governor's School seminar called "The New Gay Teenager," he began telling them he was unsure of his "sexual orientation."

The parents believe the seminar was intentionally scheduled as the last optional one before classes ended in order to leave a strong, lasting impression on the students and bypass any parental notification about the seminar.

Jim Burrows says he noticed a big difference in his otherwise normal son upon his return from the school.

"He [said he] was thinking now that he perhaps was gay -- and of course I was floored by this [pronouncement] and was, like, 'where did this come from?' This kind of came out of left field," the dad says. After questioning his son for an extended period, Burrows says he discovered the source. "I found out that this was as a result of this seminar."

According to Burrows, his son was instructed by two openly homosexual staff members of the Governor's School to question his sexuality as well as Bible passages that condemn homosexuality. And the students were also encouraged by instructors to start a Gay Straight Alliance club at their schools, he says.

The North Carolina dad explains that his son's subsequent struggle with homosexuality has turned his family upside down. "As far as our family is concerned, the damage has already been done," he laments. "There's no way that we can go back and undo what has been done."

Still, Mr. Burrows feels he needs to warn other parents of the homosexual indoctrination his son encountered at the Governor's School. "[I]f I can keep one other family from having to go through this, then all this trouble has been worthwhile," he says.



TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Government; US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: aclu; amelia; burrows; chickenhawks; christians; glsen; governorsschool; gsa; homosexualagenda; meatmarket; queers; recruiting; sodomites; susanwiseman; teens; wesleynemenz
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1 posted on 02/09/2006 5:36:20 PM PST by Coleus
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To: DirtyHarryY2K

Homo agenda ping?


2 posted on 02/09/2006 5:39:08 PM PST by indcons (God has sent me to punish you Muslims for your insolence - Genghiz Khan)
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To: Coleus

seminars make people gay? Or was his son pretty much on the way to gay anyway?


3 posted on 02/09/2006 5:40:26 PM PST by When do we get liberated? ((God save us from the whining, useless, irrelevent left...))
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To: Coleus

The Governor's School of North Carolina describes itself as "program for intellectually gifted high school students,who don't yet know what their rectum is for." Here at governor's school we like our students to expand their sphincters as they expand their minds.


4 posted on 02/09/2006 5:40:36 PM PST by pipecorp (Let's have a CRUSADE! , the muslims never stopped. a 2010 useless reply odyssey.)
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To: indcons

Why on Earth is this permitted in schools at all? How did we let it get this far?


5 posted on 02/09/2006 5:41:08 PM PST by Hildy (The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth)
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To: Coleus
The parents believe the seminar was intentionally scheduled as the last optional one

Optional by who? The student or the parents? If it was optional to the parents why in the world would they allow their child to go a class called "The New Gay Teenager"?

6 posted on 02/09/2006 5:41:26 PM PST by taxesareforever (Government is running amuck)
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To: Coleus

Ass kicking time.


7 posted on 02/09/2006 5:41:35 PM PST by MarineBrat (Talk is cheap because supply exceeds demand.)
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To: Coleus
According to Burrows, his son was instructed by two openly homosexual staff members of the Governor's School to question his sexuality as well as Bible passages that condemn homosexuality

Oh, I see, its fine to quote the Bible if you are gay but it isn't okay if you aren't.

8 posted on 02/09/2006 5:42:12 PM PST by TXBubba ( Democrats: If they don't abort you then they will tax you to death.)
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To: When do we get liberated?

"seminars make people gay? Or was his son pretty much on the way to gay anyway?"

Well it is a choice. People that are weak can make bad choices with bad peer pressure.


10 posted on 02/09/2006 5:44:50 PM PST by HereInTheHeartland (Never bring a knife to a gun fight, or a Democrat to do serious work...)
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To: Pacemaker

Sue em for turning your kid into a homosexual. Could involve billions of dollars in damages.


11 posted on 02/09/2006 5:45:29 PM PST by Brilliant
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To: When do we get liberated?

I hope you later thought better of such a comment and now regret it. Purposefully encouraging an extremely dangerous behavior on young people who are just learning about their own sexuality is predation on the weak. That it was state sponsored makes it even more abhorrent when it operates under the rubric of being a government by the people.


12 posted on 02/09/2006 5:46:12 PM PST by thoughtomator
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To: Coleus

Somehow I think that one voluntary meeting at school where they pass out literature is not something that is going to cause a secure, heterosexual young man to get brainwashed into a life of homosexuality.


13 posted on 02/09/2006 5:46:54 PM PST by spinestein (All journalists today are paid advocates for someone's agenda.)
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To: Coleus

I googled the website for the terms "gay," "homosexual," and "homophobic," but didn't find anything.

I did find this interesting statement, however:

"When you visit our Web site to browse, read pages, or download information, we automatically collect and store the following information:

Internet domain and IP address from which you access our site

Type of browser and operating system used to access our site

Date and time you access our site

Pages you visit

If you came to our site from another Web site, the address of that site

We use this information to help us make our site more useful to visitors, and to learn about the number of visitors to our site and the types of technology our visitors use."

Big Brother at work?


14 posted on 02/09/2006 5:47:11 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: When do we get liberated?
Teenagers are impressionable. When they are invited to and attend a "so-called" gifted, advanced student seminar, put on by the Governor of their State, there is some expectation that authorities on various topics will be addressing them.

The trust and the position, IMHO, was violated here...and the coousre could have caused such a teenager, who is naturally questioning his parents at that age anyway, to begin thinking and looking at things differently.

15 posted on 02/09/2006 5:47:50 PM PST by Jeff Head (www.dragonsfuryseries.com)
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To: Coleus

I am so shocked. And I thought Maggie Walker in Richmond was the only gifted program to offer such diverse opportunities to explore ones pubescent urges.


16 posted on 02/09/2006 5:48:11 PM PST by gathersnomoss
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To: When do we get liberated?

"seminars make people gay? Or was his son pretty much on the way to gay anyway?"

I attended a gay seminar once and woke up the next morning in a bath house with a sore butt and a thankyou note in my hand. sarc/


17 posted on 02/09/2006 5:49:51 PM PST by beaver fever
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To: Hildy

The homosexual indoctrination in schools is scandalous....why can't they leave children alone? Oh well, we know the answer to that one, don't we.....


18 posted on 02/09/2006 5:51:37 PM PST by indcons (God has sent me to punish you Muslims for your insolence - Genghiz Khan)
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To: Coleus

The sad fact is that while North Carolina is a conservative state (in that most of its residents hold traditional values), and while it has reliably voted GOP for most federal races, the Democrats nonetheless dominate state politics.

We've had very few GOP governors (maybe just 2), and only briefly held the statehouse in the mid-90s. I think all but maybe one statewide office is held by Democrats. Thousands of people who have voted for Reagan, the Bushes, Helms, Dole, and Burr have turned around and voted Democrat for most other offices.

State House and Senate Democrats, many of whom run as conservative Democrats, won't even let a ballot initiative on gay marriage reach the people, even though it would likely pass with 70-75% of the vote, and even though Dem Gov Easley came out in support of it before being reelected in 2004 (that he did so in an election yr was no surprise, but he actually didn't need to do so as never failed to enjoy a healthy lead in the polls).

NC isn't alone in the South as a state which has gone GOP federally but retained strong Dem loyalties for state offices. Part of the problem is obviously the media, but the rather strong liberal element in the NC state legislature is very frustrating.


19 posted on 02/09/2006 5:51:53 PM PST by Aetius
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To: Cicero

My websites collect the same info. I suspect most others do as well. No conspiracy at work, at least as far as the data collection.


20 posted on 02/09/2006 5:51:53 PM PST by Straight Vermonter (John 6: 31-69)
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To: HereInTheHeartland

There's a South Park episode in here somewhere


21 posted on 02/09/2006 5:51:59 PM PST by Noumenon (Liberal activist judges - out of touch, out of tune, but not out of reach.)
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To: TXBubba

This school is linked with public education. Wouldn't it be funny if the parents could get the ACLU to go after the homosexuals for teaching religion in school ie use of the Bible...


22 posted on 02/09/2006 5:52:33 PM PST by oneofmany (Moral relativism is the intellectual refuge of the weak.)
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To: Coleus


The homosexual push to influence impressionable children to question their sexuality, as much as exposing children to pornography, is as bad as actually commiting physical molestation, and as long lasting, That this should occur in a "venue of learning" is absolutely criminal!


23 posted on 02/09/2006 5:53:09 PM PST by Paperdoll (On the cutting edge)
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To: When do we get liberated?

These seminars may not be designed to "make people gay." That said, they serve the useful purpose of sowing the seeds of doubt in children's heads.


24 posted on 02/09/2006 5:54:02 PM PST by indcons (God has sent me to punish you Muslims for your insolence - Genghiz Khan)
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To: Aetius

How do you explain the division of people's votes in NC?

My wife and I are considering a move there so it is more than just idle curiosity.


25 posted on 02/09/2006 5:54:11 PM PST by Straight Vermonter (John 6: 31-69)
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To: Hildy
Why on Earth is this permitted in schools at all? How did we let it get this far?

1) Because we let the Democrats get away with.

2) The American public keeps electing Democrats.

Peaceful dreams.

26 posted on 02/09/2006 5:54:42 PM PST by LasVegasMac (High octane gas and lots of horse power.....Let's do it!)
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To: Straight Vermonter

Yes, I suppose so.

AdMuncher has options to conceal what URL you have just come from and what kind of browser you are using, but I suspect that it slows things down, and I'm not that paranoid anyway, so I don't select these options.


27 posted on 02/09/2006 5:55:40 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: TXBubba
Oh, I see, its fine to quote the Bible if you are gay but it isn't okay if you aren't.

Don't be silly.

It's only okay to quote the Bible in school if you're attacking its veracity.

Being "gay" has nothing to do with it!

;^>

28 posted on 02/09/2006 6:00:08 PM PST by papertyger
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To: TXBubba

Maybe he should spread a rumor that these gay instructors were interpreting Koran passages. That would bring the program to a screeching halt.


29 posted on 02/09/2006 6:01:29 PM PST by rbg81
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To: Straight Vermonter

Others could explain it much better than me, but here goes;

Part of it is tradition.

Part of it is that the state is probably becoming less Red, with the influx of bluestaters (many of whom bring blue state values with them).

Part of it the ease with which state office Democrats can fraudulently run as conservatives, then never get called on it by the media when they govern as liberals.


I didn't mean to make it sound as though NC is unique in this, as obviously its not. Just think of all the Republican governors in blue states, and vice versa. But what is so frustrating and vexing about this particular issue is that the public overwhelmingly rejects the homosexual agenda in North Carolina, yet the legislature won't even let them have a direct vote on it. Tennessee also has a Democrat-ran state govt, yet they will get to vote on it this year (albeit on a watered down version). I wouldn't be surprised if the NC state sup court strikes down the statute banning gay marriage in the near future, and imposes at least civil unions.


30 posted on 02/09/2006 6:05:35 PM PST by Aetius
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To: spinestein
Somehow I think that one voluntary meeting at school where they pass out literature is not something that is going to cause a secure, heterosexual young man to get brainwashed into a life of homosexuality.

Are all heterosexual young men secure in their sexuality?

Is it at all hard to believe that some young men whose sexuality is late to develop, and who are thus insecure, might be led into homosexual experimentation which would interfere with what would have been normal albeit delayed sexual development?

Seems to me that (1) such things almost certainly happen to a significant degree, and (2) it's not by accident, but by design.

If two grown men want to engage in sodomy with each other, I don't care. But the homosexual community is explicitly targeting kids, and I find that abhorrent.

31 posted on 02/09/2006 6:10:40 PM PST by supercat (Sony delenda est.)
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To: gathersnomoss
Governor's Schools are in about 28 states now. Here's some info:

National Conference of Governor's School (NCoGS)

What is a "Governor's School"?

The Governors' School concept and practice began in North Carolina in 1963 when Governor Terry Sanford established the first one at Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC. The idea came from a member of Governor Sanford's staff, novelist John Ehle. This first school was initially funded through a grant from the Carnegie Corporation.  Later it came under the auspices of the North Carolina Board of Education of North Carolina and Department of Education.

After the first school was established, several states, including Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas, and Kentucky, quickly established similar schools. As of 1996, there were approximately 100 schools in 28 states. It should be pointed out that some of the NCoGS affiliated schools do not bear the words "Governor's School" in their titles, although many do. The mission and purpose of schools from individual states vary from one state to another and indeed from one school to another. The National Conference of Governor's Schools enjoys a very diverse group in its affiliated schools.

It is very important to note however, that there are both collective and common features in all states and schools.

  1. Each school is a summer program for gifted and talented youths of high school ages.
  2. Each school has highly selective criteria for student selection.
  3. Most member schools are supported entirely or in large part by their state legislatures and educational funding.
  4. Schools vary in the length of their sessions from two weeks to six weeks.
  5. All schools welcome inquiries regarding program and curricula.
[snip]
32 posted on 02/09/2006 6:12:34 PM PST by DumpsterDiver
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To: Brilliant

Seems to me Pacemaker must have been a troll. Did you get the sign in date?

Banned or suspended link below.

http://www.freerepublic.com/~pacemaker/in-forum


33 posted on 02/09/2006 6:14:59 PM PST by Arrowhead1952 (I never got a job from a person on a government program.)
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To: thoughtomator
Purposefully encouraging an extremely dangerous behavior on young people who are just learning about their own sexuality is predation on the weak.

When you were 15 or 16 or 17, could someone have talked you into becoming homosexual? What do you think they could have said to you to make that idea appealing?

34 posted on 02/09/2006 6:16:50 PM PST by Amelia (Education exists to overcome ignorance, not validate it.)
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To: 2ndMostConservativeBrdMember; afraidfortherepublic; Alas; al_c; american colleen; annalex; ...


35 posted on 02/09/2006 6:17:30 PM PST by Coleus (IMHO, The IVF procedure is immoral & kills many embryos/children and should be outlawed)
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To: Coleus
Of course children are damaged by this socialist insanity. Kids are, generally speaking, like most human beings. They are, by nature, heterosexual.

Of course, that won't prevent the Stalinists from engaging in indoctrination. They hate nature and everything it represents. And they hate human beings.

36 posted on 02/09/2006 6:17:42 PM PST by Reactionary (The Moonbats Need an Enema)
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To: Arrowhead1952

Looks like they deleted his post too.


37 posted on 02/09/2006 6:18:50 PM PST by Brilliant
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To: Arrowhead1952

S/he signed up tomorrow just to make that post today? Poof! Pacemakers and ozone were never a good combination ...


38 posted on 02/09/2006 6:19:04 PM PST by TenaciousZ
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To: HereInTheHeartland
Well it (homosexuality) is a choice. People that are weak can make bad choices with bad peer pressure.

THANK YOU! I have been trying to get this across to anyone who will listen. Gender preference is a choice. Almost every normal young child falls "in love" with someone of the same gender -- not sexual love, of course, but the idol worship of the young. A boy wants to be like a baseball star. A girl wants to be like a ballerina. A boy wants to be like a rodeo rider. A girl wants to be like a singer. That does not 'make' either a homosexual. It makes them 'normal' and it's a part of growing up. BUT you get those same children within eye-shot of practicing homosexuals/lesbians and they tell the child that the 'hero/heroine worship' is 'sexual' and that means that they are homosexuals.

NOT.

And the sad fact is that many psychiatrists and psychologists have a "homo-agenda" and also reinforce the "well if you weren't a homosexual you wouldn't feel 'love' for ___________ (fill in same gender hero/heroine)."

You don't want to get me started!
39 posted on 02/09/2006 6:22:01 PM PST by HighlyOpinionated (In Memory of Crockett Nicolas, hit and run in the prime of his Cocker Spaniel life, 9/3/05.)
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To: When do we get liberated?
No they don't MAKE you gay. However, they do prey on the sexually naive and fragile.

They intentionally confuse people about sexuality and open them up to the idea that everyone's sexuality is transient.

I actually saw one curriculum guide that said if you had EVER had any sexual thought or dream or fleeting question, no matter how trivial, about the same sex, you are probably gay or bisexual. That is garbage. Especially if they had just spent the last fifteen or twenty minutes talking about how being gay works. It wreaks of entrapment.

It was creepy and messed up. The scary part is that they were proposing that this curriculum be used with fourth graders.
40 posted on 02/09/2006 6:24:46 PM PST by pollyannaish
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To: Brilliant

Sure did. Must have been a retread troll.

BTW, I was passing a car on the way home today and the license plate had the following

IBZ 465

That was so funny, as many FReepers use IB4TZ as

In before the ZOT.

I thought I was FReeping on the way home.


41 posted on 02/09/2006 6:25:05 PM PST by Arrowhead1952 (I never got a job from a person on a government program.)
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To: TenaciousZ

You got that right.


42 posted on 02/09/2006 6:26:14 PM PST by Arrowhead1952 (I never got a job from a person on a government program.)
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To: Straight Vermonter

The people of North Carolina are mostly conservative, with the exceptions of Chapel Hill and segments of Raleigh and Charlotte.

I attended the Governors School of NC in 1975. It was an edgy place then too, but nothing about being gay. Then again, it was over 30 years ago. But Governors School did challenge some of our beliefs, which I think is a good thing. The kids there are pretty smart kids (even though they let me in). The school is meant to challenge you for six weeks in the summer after your sophomore or junior year.


43 posted on 02/09/2006 6:27:41 PM PST by NCLaw441
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To: supercat
I agree with everything you said, but the parents in the story seem to think something different.



["He [said he] was thinking now that he perhaps was gay -- and of course I was floored by this [pronouncement] and was, like, 'where did this come from?' This kind of came out of left field," the dad says. After questioning his son for an extended period, Burrows says he discovered the source. "I found out that this was as a result of this seminar."]


I was just refuting the notion that the simple exposure to a distasteful idea is going to turn someone to the dark side ala Annakin Skywalker.
44 posted on 02/09/2006 6:27:42 PM PST by spinestein (All journalists today are paid advocates for someone's agenda.)
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To: Amelia

>When you were 15 or 16 or 17, could someone have talked you into becoming homosexual? What do you think they could have said to you to make that idea appealing?<

Gifted kids especially boys often feel isolated and left out socially.If they don't gravitate to sports their are additional feelings of being different.Give a couple of "sensitive homosexuals 24/7 access to one of these kids for 10 weeks and it would be very easy to confuse the young man just by making him think he has found somone who understands.

Maybe you can explain why o hetrosexual teenagers accepting molestation by Gay teachers and preachers.What could have made that appealing?


45 posted on 02/09/2006 6:30:57 PM PST by Blessed
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To: When do we get liberated?

People are not born gay as far as science goes. It is a process of indoctrination and most gays claim to have been molested by men as children or during puberty.

There must be more to this story. They must not have spoken about the gay lifestyle with the kid because a lot of Christians think it is sinful to even talk about it. Also it sounds like a major case of rebellion and the gays know how to plug into and use that energy in a troubled kid. They do it all the time which is why they have their teen sex clubs open to "gays and straights." They try to convert the straights into gays or bi's by asking - how do you know unless you try it. They tell them - it is safest to do it with an experienced adult your first time. (Department of Education sponsored seminar for gay straight teen club)

Also this kid could have been marked as an easy target and molested throughout the week by gay men. They like to pick the kids who are unsure of themselves and they REALLY like to nail Christian kids and actully discuss amongst themselves on NAMBLA how to hit on Christian kids.

I have grossed out both my kids with the consequences of gay sex articles and pictures. I have spoken with them about recruitment and shown them Nambla conversations and articles on how sneaky and evil these creeps are in their desire to corrupt kids. They know about the bath houses; the drug use and all the diseases from medical journals and violence from studies of gay life. They were not surprised when I showed them the article of the guy who died having anal sex with a horse. When the schools approach them as if they are talking about Ozzie and Ozzie, my kids are educated to the contrary in very concrete and scientific terms. They ask uncomfortable questions of the indoctrinators. The bottom line for my kids is: This is why God say it grosses him out - it is an abomination. Warn people.

Parents reading this: You are living in a society that is filled with very powerful adults who are committed to actively recruiting your kids into behaviors and mentalities that will kill them. You pretend that if you ignore it, it will go away. It will not go away. When gays came out of the closet, something ugly arrived and they are demanding that we pretend it is not what it actually is and that it is "love" to be celebrated. They sexually own your kids on their turf and they are hugely aggressive in their authority over you and your kids. Get real. Read the awful truth and warn your kids because they won't find out from the gay "educator."


46 posted on 02/09/2006 6:32:06 PM PST by Galveston Grl (Getting angry and abandoning power to the Democrats is not a choice.)
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To: TXBubba

A good point. They had no right to be quoting the Bible under current law.


47 posted on 02/09/2006 6:34:54 PM PST by doug from upland (INDICTING HILLARY -- now that is something that's good for America)
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To: When do we get liberated?

"seminars make people gay? Or was his son pretty much on the way to gay anyway?"

No, the truth is that homosexuals hunt troubled adolescents and confuse them and recruit them during their most vulnerable period of development. In this case, the state assists in this molestation.


48 posted on 02/09/2006 6:38:29 PM PST by Monterrosa-24 (France kicked Germany's teeth out at Verdun among other places.)
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To: Coleus

You know I believe the school committed a tort, and this man is entitled to damages.


49 posted on 02/09/2006 6:39:41 PM PST by gaijin
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To: HighlyOpinionated

Interesting!

And yes, get started. LOL I'd love to hear more.


50 posted on 02/09/2006 6:41:32 PM PST by Fruitbat
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