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  • Social Conservatives Take Aim at Gay Days in Orlando and at Disney

    04/02/2011 8:31:46 AM PDT · by NYer · 29 replies
    Sunshine News ^ | April 2, 2011 | KEVIN DERBY
    With thousands of people from around the world planning to visit Central Florida for the Gay Days festivities in early June, religious conservatives from the Sunshine State are warning families not to visit the Magic Kingdom on the first Saturday of the month. “Approximately 30,000 children will rush with their parents to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando on Saturday, June 4, only to be thrust into a crowd of approximately 15,000 people reveling about gay pride,” noted David Caton, the executive director of the conservative Florida Family Association, on Thursday. Caton, who has led numerous protests targeting companies that advertise...
  • Over 200 California schools have signed up for homosexual curriculum

    09/18/2009 10:22:08 AM PDT · by NYer · 21 replies · 2,041+ views
    cna ^ | September 18, 2009
    Pacific Justice Institute president Brad Dacus San Francisco, Calif., Sep 18, 2009 / 06:12 am (CNA).- A homosexual activist group is claiming that groups at dozens of high schools and middle schools in California, including at least one Catholic school, have signed up to show and discuss its explicit films. The films include one in which a boy “comes out” by wearing his mother’s bikini.Another film uses Native American spirituality to depict lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people as being “two-spirit” people.Parts of the discussion materials encourage students to question whether religious and cultural celebrations such as bar...
  • hicago children march in gay pride parade...or not

    06/26/2009 1:40:52 PM PDT · by IbJensen · 28 replies · 854+ views
    One News Now ^ | 6/26/2009 | Pete Chagnon
    The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Chicago's Nettlehorst Elementary School will be the first public school in the community to march in the city's gay pride parade. According to the Tribune, the school's fence is adorned with thousands of green, blue, purple, and red strips of fabric -- each hand-tied by a student. A sign by the gate stated that the elementary school will "be the first Chicago public school to march in the city's gay pride parade." The sign also stated that the school believes that family means everybody. OneNewsNow contacted Nettlehorst Elementary School and requested an interview with...
  • Pro-Homosexual Booklet to Be Distributed to All 16,000 US School Districts

    02/21/2008 4:32:13 PM PST · by wagglebee · 70 replies · 351+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 2/21/08 | Hillary White
    US, February 21, 2008 ( - At the same time that news has come out that the Toronto Catholic School board has refused to participate in pro-homosexual activities, homosexual activists are making significant inroads in US schools, as a booklet titled, "Just the Facts about Sexual Orientation and Youth," is set to be distributed to all 16,000 school districts in the country. The 24-page booklet by the National Education Association and American Psychological Association, tells students that homosexuality is a "normal expression of human sexuality". "What's so scary and dogmatic about this report is that it communicates that religious-based viewpoints...
  • Why Would Gays Want Children?

    12/10/2006 2:01:49 PM PST · by wagglebee · 823 replies · 9,745+ views
    Townhall ^ | 12/10/06 | Kevin McCullough
    Is there a more obvious product of heterosexual behavior than the creation of children? If so then isn't it somewhat peculiar that those who shun the behavior of heterosexuality so deeply crave the product that it brings? This week as I read the news that Mary Cheney, the 37 year old daughter of the Vice-President, was pregnant, I had many such questions running through my head. I'm not supposed to mind you. I'm not supposed to be allowed to think such things. I'm not supposed to openly wonder what such conclusions might mean. Such wondering might bash the belief structure...