By Vic Bilson
Another part of the political agenda of the homosexual movement is
the ability to teach homosexuality in public
schools, the ability to get a license from the state to marry, to adopt
children, and to be counselors of youth groups.
- Among the demands put forth by organizers of the "March on
Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi[sexual] Rights and Liberation" was a
homosexual "civil rights" law that includes provisons for transvestite and gay curricula in schools.
- The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Teachers Network (GLSTN),
headquartered in New York City, is working - quite successfully - to influence
policy in public and private educational circles. Boasting over 40 chapters
nationwide and a membership of 4,000, GLSTN is comprised of teachers, students
- GLSTN sponsors several programs aimed at reaching youth
with a pro-gay message. GLSTN's in-school programming includes "curriculum
development such as a Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual History Project and support
programs such as Gay-Straight Student Alliances."
- At the beginning of each school year, GLSTN sponsors its
"Back-to-School Campaign," which encourages "lesbian/gay/bisexual adults and
their allies [to] mount a major education campaign through letters back to
their former schools... to change the 'hearts and minds' of [the] leaders who
control our schools."
- Additionally, GLSTN uses videos to reach teachers and
school administrators with its message. It has been responsible for the wide
circulation of two videos, "Teaching Respect For All" and "It's Elementary:
Talking About Gay Issues in School". "It's Elementary", a feature-length
documentary, attempts to make a compelling case for including gay issues as
part of "multicultural" education. This video serves as "a window into how
teachers can find ways to teach children about gay issues," particularly in
elementary - and middle-school classrooms.
- In Provincetown, Mass., the school board has voted to begin
teaching preschoolers about homosexual lifestyles and to back hiring
preferences for "sexual minorities." Susan Fleming, superintendent of
Provincetown schools, said "The whole question is making gays and lesbians,
whether through visuals or examples or acknowledging different family
structures, ... visible."
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Affirmative Action for
The Christian position is clear: Homosexuality is an abomination,
and we do not teach "tolerance" of a
perverse criminal behavior, any more than we would teach "tolerance" of child
abuse, pedophilia, rape, murder, cocaine dealing or embezzlement. While
Christians may hate the sin... they continue to love the sinner and offer a
message of hope for a healthier
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