Letters for You to Send to Your School and Newspaper!
Here's a letter you can use and modify as needed in your situation.
Dear (Principal, Superintendent, School Board member):
As a taxpayer in the ____________ School district, I am appalled to discover that homosexuality (and cross-dressing) is being promoted in our schools.
This is being done by (your use of_________ as a recommended novel; a "gay" club at ______School; a "tolerance" program that encourages acceptance of homosexual behavior; observation of ________Day to spotlight homosexuality; employing openly homosexual teachers; passage of a policy of "non-discrimination" regarding "sexual orientation"; passage of a special policy against harassment based on "sexual orientation"; allowing "gay" activist groups like _______ a forum in our schools).
Homosexuality has no place in our schools. This is not an issue where there are two valid sides, any more than there are two valid sides to drug or alcohol use by students.There is no rational reason to recommend homosexual experimentation to vulnerable and impressionable students. As a behavior, it is totally unnecessary for those participating in this lifestyle. While I feel compassion for those students involved, they need help, not so-called "support" to continue down a dangerous path.
I would like a reply to this letter at your earliest convenience and an explanation for these actions.
Letter to the Editor
To the Editor:
As a parent and taxpayer in the ___________school district, I was appalled to discover that homosexuality is being validated and promoted to impressionable students.
This is being done by (select as appropriate---the use of_________ as a recommended novel; a "gay" club at ______School; a "tolerance" program that encourages acceptance of homosexual behavior; observation of ________Day to spotlight homosexuality; employing openly homosexual teachers; passage of a policy of "non-discrimination" regarding "sexual orientation"; passage of a special policy against harassment based on "sexual orientation"; allowing "gay" activist groups like _______ a forum in our schools).
There are not two sides to the issue of homosexuality when it comes to children. There is no place for this in our schools. This only opens the door to dangerous practices that will have life-long consequences for our precious children. It is obvious that aggressive "gay" activist groups have gotten a toe-hold in the schools.
I would encourage other parents to call school board members and the superintendent. If something isn't done, I would suggest we remove our children from these schools--and vote accordingly in the next school board election.
(Your Name) http://www.missionamerica.com/agenda22.htm
posted on 07/07/2003 1:42:49 PM PDT
by AZ GRAMMY
To: AZ GRAMMY
_ Programs to stop "homophobia," "hate" or "bias"
Assumptions: That there is something wrong with objecting to homosexuality. That homosexual behavior is a minority issue like racial status. Any objections to homosexual behavior are said to originate from "hate" and are connected to violence against homosexuals. Such programs also claim there is no difference between expressed hatred of homosexuals and commonplace moral objections.
Problems: Puts those who object to homosexuality for any reason on the defensive. Causes those who have objections to remain silent, leaving an open field for radical student, teacher or outside groups to define "hate" and discrimination however they wish. Flies in the face of freedom of religion, freedom of association and freedom of speech.
I read a good one on another thread. If they call you homophobic ask.... why do you HATE my child?
You are trying to change the subject. Objection to Homosexuality for my child is not hateful. As a parent I don't have to justify to you, or give you STATS, it is my JOB to protect my child. I think after thousands of years the best life for my kid is hetrosexual and the most natural.
Then was a GREAT link
how to protect your child
posted on 01/26/2004 7:28:25 PM PST
by The UnVeiled Lady
(RATs are asking the wrong ?, should be asking "who would be the best President?")
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