Is Your Child Being Taught Homosexuality in School?

Friday, May 29, 2009

Multisexual indoctrination is spreading in California schools and elsewhere. This is quickly becoming a national issue. Find out about the issues, make sure your kids are protected. Social activists wishing to make political statements have no business in our schools.

Parents: How to Look for Homosexual Instruction in Your School

Families from several California school districts recently contacted Capitol Resource Institute, to say that their schools are implementing curriculum and assemblies that promote homosexuality.

“Alameda Unified had gotten a lot of the attention on this issue recently, but parents need to be looking out for it everywhere in California,” said Karen England, Executive Director of Capitol Resource Institute.

Whatever the district, the attitudes behind homosexual curriculum appear similar statewide, as are the special interest groups promoting it. Ron Mooney, Alameda Board of Education Vice President, voiced that attitude clearly when he spoke at last Tuesday night’s board meeting.

“You can have the wrong beliefs, but that’s something that should be taught at home,” he said.

In other words, Mooney told dissenting parents that only approval of multisexual behavior should be taught in school. Their beliefs would be countered in class. During the same meeting, Mooney and other board members successfully opposed an opt-out provision.

This anti-parent attitude is recurrent among those who promote homosexuality in education, though as one woman reminded Mooney, “Religion is another protected group.”

There are two key ways that families and communities can watch for the promotion of homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality in California public schools.
First, this instruction is often implemented under the guise of combating bullying, harassment, and name calling. Watch for programs like “safe schools” or “(your district) cares.”

They often fail to distinguish between mistreatment and disagreement. Students may be expected to support homosexual and transgender behaviors, without regard for religious or personal convictions.

Second, it helps to be aware that multisexuality is promoted in a variety of formats. In response to recent CRI emails, California parents have shared stories about curriculum and school assemblies.

One teacher said she is expressly barred from telling some parents that their children have a different gender identity at school. In this context, parents must actively seek information.

Parents with traditional values have become the enemy, in the view of many public school employees, but parents banding together are making an impression in places like Alameda.

Please contact Institute if you find that homosexual behaviors — or gender changes — are actively promoted in your school. Knowing what happens across the state is a great help, as we work to defend family values in the Golden State.

California School District to Teach Elementary Kids about Homosexuality
Compulsory LGBT curriculum pushes ‘political agenda’ on schoolkids, California parents charge

It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues In School part 1
It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues In School part 2
It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues In School part 3
It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues In School part 4
Louder than Silence

Parents Excluded from Multisexual Issues in Schools
Transgender Policies: Boys Will Be Girls
Can Parents Opt-Out Their Children?
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[Reposted from Beetleblogger]


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