Maybe the anti-gay activists should take a different slant at this argument.
We (Americans, Westerners, whatever…) are losing the war of attrition. Our enemies are breeding so rapidly they can send their children into the fight as suicide bombers, and have more lined up before the dust clears. They breed to feed their lust for death. “We” encourage homosexual relationships that cannot possibly procreate. It’s a recipe for loss that seems to fall right in with the anti-American liberal world view that so pervades our schools, our media, and our politicians.
Don’t get me wrong, whatever people want to do behind closed doors is entirely up to them, in my opinion; but I see it as an obvious fact that encouraging unnatural relationships (two penises is an unnatural combination, no matter how you try to argue the point) is detrimental to the future of our population, if not our way of life. And indoctrinating children into that way of thinking is simply another form of slow, cultural suicide.
Two Lexington, Massachusetts families last year filed the suit asserting that the reading of the book “King & King” and the handing out to elementary school students of other children’s books that discussed homosexuality without first notifying parents was a violation of their religious rights.
“What they fear is their children are being brainwashed,” Robert Sinsheimer, who represented the families, told the court in Boston. “It’s a form of propaganda specifically intended to wipe out their way of life.”
The plaintiffs, David and Tonia Parker and Rob and Robin Wirthlin, who describe themselves as coming from the Judeo-Christian tradition, also charged in their suit that reading out the book to a class of largely 7-year-old students violated a 1996 state law requiring parents to be notified of sex-education lessons.
The book “King & King” tells the story of a crown prince who rejects a string of princesses before falling in love with another prince. The two marry, sealing their union with a kiss.
Seven year olds don’t need more crap shoved into their heads. Schools should get back to the basics, where they’ve been failing miserably for so long. Schools should first be responsible for the proverbial “reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic”, not social indoctrination.