Monday, January 19, 2009

Wisconsin High School Features In-Depth Homosexual Indoctrination Regimen

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In an effort to combat "homophobia," a Wisconsin public school teacher implemented a 38-day regimen explicitly designed to change the minds of students who did not view homosexuality as equal to heterosexuality.

11-th grade English teacher Sarah Arnold says she was inspired to create the curriculum, entitled "Exposing Hidden Homophobia," when she heard an "anti-gay undertone" in students' conversations, which included making fun of "anything that defied gender stereotype," according to an article printed in the pro-homosexual publication by the Southern Poverty Law Center "Teaching Tolerance."

"Some people would say we don't have a wide demographic variety here," Arnold said of the mostly white Elkhorn Area High School. "It's more accurate to say that we have demographics that aren't acknowledged."

The article claims that, thanks to the program, students began to adopt a more favorable view of homosexuality, as evidenced by portfolio essays and an increased membership in the school's Gay-Straight Alliance.

Colleen Rafter, principal of Raritan High School in Hazlet, N.J., said she convinced the English department in her school to adopt a homosexuality program similar to Arnold's, according to the article.

"We really want to make a change in how people think and act," Rafter said. "I will try to be more brave on these issues myself."

There you have it. There is an agenda to "change in how people think" with regards to homosexuality. For those of you who think that your public school is "pretty good" and that your kids are a "positive influence" on the lost who also attend, don't kid yourselves. There is an agressive push to indoctrinate the children with the radical social agendas. Unless your child is just as powerful and agressive as the teachers and administrators, you are throwing them to the wolves. I beg of you to take care of your children. You are responsible for what they learn.

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