Skip to comments.The LGBT Bandwagon Rolls On
Posted on 07/27/2016 3:21:14 PM PDT by HomerBohn
Mainstream now means teaching LGBT to second-graders.
On July 14 the California board of education added LGBT mandates to the states new K-12 social studies program, revised for the first time in ten years. This ended a long struggle over school-based Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender studies, playing out for decades inside and outside the state.
The San Francisco Chronicle called the event a landmark move that puts the ongoing LGBT civil rights fight into the mainstream of public education.
The newly adopted state curriculum is not only acknowledging diversity, commented state superintendent of public instruction Tom Torlakson with customary insight, but celebrating our diversity as a strength.
California has had enormous influence on the nations history textbooks and curricula in the past. In 2011, after years of debate, state Senate Bill 48, the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful Education Act (called FAIR) required elementary and high schools to highlight LGBT issues.
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Romans 1:18-32 accurately describes these people.
There’s not enough asbestos underwear in existence to protect their precious butts if they don’t start repenting.
And here we have a conundrum. The kind of sin in which they are caught is basically a demonic protection racket. Until they find a better offer, they are well and truly CAUGHT.
God can cut this Gordian knot and look ahead in the life of a sinner to see what he would be willing to do before he even does it, before coming up with the offer of eternal salvation which breaks this protection racket. Neither Calvinism nor Arminianism does this full justice, emphasizing only different aspects of it.
And it is fair to ask about the repentance of evangelists, too... who will tell them that “God has provided even your pardon.” And not get distracted.
I can assure you that the homo behavior (as well as a number of other perversions) does NOT stand alone. It is serving as keystone of a large complex of sin. Addressing these OTHER sins is key! Nobody will want to pull the keystone if there is nothing ready to deal with the impending collapse of the whole arch.
If you live in Sin Francisco your “parents” are probably homosexuals and you already know all the details.
What do California voters think about this issue?
On more than a few occasions it’s been abundantly clear that there is a belief in the works that unless homosexuality is normalized that somehow the whole sexual revolution and licentious behavior of our culture will be rolled back too. Same with when I say that I’d have no problems burning all the porn.
Indeed, one self-professed lesbian chick over at Hannity (who takes extreme offense to what I write about homosexual acts, that they should have never been legalized) occasionally will throw up the fact that I’ve also said that there’s also no basis to say people have either an A4:S2:C1 P&I or 9th Amendment other right retained to engage in heterosexual sex outside of marriage.
The last is easy to demonstrate with 100% certainty: all you need to show is that ANY State, or the Common Law they honored, at the time of ratification actually outlawed such behavior means that they are simply not P&I.
Just imagine so-called “progressives” horror when I say that outlawing licentiousness is in the sweet spot of the powers that the several States should be exercising? Yet our culture is do debased, so impure, that people think that’s what it means to have a theocracy.
As if sexual liberation were the only true freedom....
“Diversity” in fact heralds the end of a nation. If they don’t melt in the pot they will just fight. The teachers deserve Hell for the excrement they are pinching off into the sponge-like minds of the young. If somebody tells you that they teach at a public school, slap their face. It is the least you can do, and the least which God requires IMO.
Um, have you seen the CA legislature? It's dominated by Rats, with a sprinkling of me-too Republicans to give them cover.
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