Discussion in 'Education' started by Slyhunter, Jun 29, 2018.
Please don't home school. Your reading comprehension sucks as well.
I said closet liberal, dumbass!
Sending your kid to public school is the equivalent to child abuse.
For four days last April students at a Emmaus High School in Pennsylvania were forced to watch videos selected by the “student-led” Gay-Straight Alliance.
The videos ranged from “9 Questions Gay People Have About Straight People” to a compilation of clips celebrating “marriage equality.” There was also a video educating students about gender fluidity – the idea there is no such thing as male or female.
“My son expressed to me that he felt bullied by the administration for being a heterosexual man and being forced to listen to LGBT advocacy on a daily basis,” one parent wrote in a letter to the school district.
The East Penn School District claimed the videos, shown during daily announcements, were about anti-bullying and the LGBT movement. But parents argue it was more about indoctrination. And when they asked to see the videos – the school district refused.
Sickening SJW LGBTQQYOIOHOUINJKLNMLOIOP crap.
"Better a millstone hanged around their necks and tossed into the sea"
They indoctrinated the kids and kept the parents away. Shades of Nazi Germany.
Who allowed the faggots into the school?
Whiny religious people get smacked down again. Oh well...
My mom was the same although not catholic. And again like your experience..my sister informed me on what sex was all about and what "fuck" meant. My sister was very blunt and laughed at my ignorance but...she told me clearly what it all meant. Thank goodness for her, lol.
Yeah..kids that don't have parent(s) that will take the time..well...I STILL think it should not come from a stranger. Like a teacher. Maybe an aunt. Or uncle. Sibling. UNLESS it is a trusted school counselor. Or a friend. I just frown on teachers doing what should be done by family in explaining such a personal thing.
Then again....what if the kid is gay or thinks he/she is gay? Who does he/she talk to then? Geez. This opened a big ol can of worms to muse on, didn't it?
That's not a solution. It's an out for a limited few.
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