Skip to comments.Pro-Life High School Group Says Principal Banned Them From Using Life-Sized Fetus Models
Posted on 03/16/2014 10:37:48 PM PDT by Robwin
A high school student who founded a pro-life club says the principal banned her group from using life-sized fetus models as displays.
Samantha Bailey-Loomis, a 17-year-old senior at Branford High School tells WWLP-TV that the schools principal, Lee Panagoulias, refused to let them set up the fetus models during lunch.
He tells us that this topic in particular is too controversial to be talked about in public school, she explained to WWLP.
Samantha, founder of Students for Life Club, stated that other high school clubs have had no problem setting up their tables during lunch.
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Beyond that I am really quite amazed a CBS affiliate allowed this story to see the light of day.
Which were the size of typical dolls... hiding heads in sand here.
This is controversial. The school would rather teach about fisting.
The principal would not want the students to know the truth.
Arendt stated, and she understood the evil minds of the God Killers: “The aim of totalitarian education (which has been ours since the 70s) has never been to instill convictions, but to destroy the capacity to form any.”
Can’t ever have the “Truth” taught to the kids-—it is always Lies and half-truths and normalizing Vice.
That’s way too much reality for the delusional liberals that run the indoctrination centers they call ‘schools’.
Do little girls still play with dolls that are baby dolls, and not pre-adolescent "Bratz"-type dolls or Barbie dolls?
...”This is controversial. The school would rather teach about fisting”...
Government thought control can only work if the truth is hidden. Seventeen year olds are nearly old enough to fight our wars..They are certainly old enough to understand what happens to a baby during it’s murder. Lots of people are getting lots of money through the abortion industry and that fact needs to be explained, as well.
What displays are allowed and used in this schools sex ed classes?
It isn’t the models he objects to, it is their application.
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