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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Parents asked to take kids out of class for day

Parents whose children are in public schools across the United States are being asked to take them out of class for a day because of the “political usurpation of public school classrooms through silence.”

The plea comes from a large coalition of family and conservative organizations and targets Friday, when the pro-homosexual activist group GLSEN promotes the annual “Day of Silence.”

“The explicit purpose of DOS is to encourage sympathy and support for students involved in homosexual and cross-dressing behaviors whose voices have been allegedly silenced by the disapproval of society,” explains the organizers behind the ‘Day of Silence’ Walkout website.

“The implicit purpose is to undermine the belief that homosexuality and cross-dressing are immoral.”



Anonymous said...

Taking your kid out of school teaches your kid that it is OK to bigoted against people who are different. Nice life lesson (sarcasm)

Anonymous said...

Taking your kid out of school teaches them that you have morals and convictions.