Skip to comments.Coalition: Keep Students Home on Homosexualist 'Day of Silence' [Catholic Caucus]
Posted on 03/16/2010 8:35:58 PM PDT by Pope Pius XII
A national coalition of organizations committed to preserving parental rights in public education is urging parents to keep their children at home from schools that are complying with the Day of Silence endorsing homosexuality.
The Day of Silence on April 16 is a political protest sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) that encourages acceptance of homosexuality and Gender Identity Disorder by asking students to refuse to speak in class, in honor of homosexual victims of bullying.
While GLSEN's purported goals are to end bullying related to such conditions, the Day of Silence Walkout (DSW) coalition alleges that GLSEN fails to admit that its modus operandi compels public affirmation of homosexual acts and cross-dressing as normal and moral behaviors.
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Gender Identity Disorder my arse. Can’t comment any further or I’ll get booted.
It’s the new, enlightened way of living.
As a side note, maybe all the homeschoolers should send all their kids to public school for the day just to make a statement.
Reciting Coventry Patmore’s poem’s might be better.
The Left hates being ridiculed.
When I went to school, we weren’t allowed to talk in class only because we were supposed to be learning about reading, writing and arithmetic not the glories of a deviant lifestyle.
Doesn’t California have Harvey Milk day coming up this spring? I think it’s in May. I am pretty sure our school district will ignore it, but concerned all the same.
Same here.If I were a student attending one of the schools involved w/this crap,I’d bring a cowbell or my thundersticks,which I got at a Lightning game.You should hear the things;when 1000’s of fans are banging them,it sounds like people are banging bricks!
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