Wednesday, May 1, 2013

No Agenda There

When people who want schools to teach things like reading and mathematics object to wasting instructional time on homosexual education, they're shouted down as homophobes.  "You can't catch homosexuality by being exposed to it," scoffers will mock.  Nope, you sure can't.  If you're forced at school to participate in homosexual conditioning, that might be a different matter, though.
School administrators colluding with college students from the far Leftwing Bard College held a bullying-prevention workshop for students at Linden Avenue Middle School during which the college facilitators asked girls to kiss girls.

When confronted by angry parents who were not notified ahead of time about this activity, Principal Dr. Katie Zahedi claimed that “the sessions were…about saying no to unwanted advances….In planning the discussion, we made it clear that absolutely no discussion of any sexual acts is appropriate to middle school, and they used the examples of a kiss….It was…ultimately about respect and safety.”
As every adult knows, kissing can be either platonic or erotic (i.e., sexual). If the workshop facilitators were using kissing to simulate “unwanted advances,” they were sexual kisses. No one considers a platonic kiss to be an “unwanted advance.”
Naw, they're not trying to force your kids to experiment or anything.  

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