This happened in Hartford Public High School, Connecticut, to unsuspecting boys and girls literally forced to attend (When I was a boy, I would not have and no power on Earth could have made me):
The Courant describes what happened when the actors [homosexuals] kissed. "There were screams and loud voices. . . . Dozens of students, mostly male . . . hurried out of their rows and walked out. A few jumped over seats to leave."
Johnson reports a slew of phone calls from angry parents following the performance. He wasn't bothered, though.
In high school sex ed, they show videos. I don't know it, but I wouldn't be a bit surprised if some homosexual sex-ed teacher has already shown homosexual XXX-rated porn to high school boys and girls.
What I'm sure doesn't happen is a frank discussion about the higher incidences of cancer due to anal sex or the other problems such as hemorrhoids for one.
The fact is, penises do not belong in anuses. That stupid school principal doesn't care.
I can't tell you how glad I am that I don't have young sons or grandsons being taught homosexual lies in public schools.
Homosexuality is definitely a choice. No one has to do it. No one should do it, ever. It's a filthy, disgusting habit done for selfish, lustful reasons and often the result of sexual, physical, mental abuse and literal brain damage. It is also always harmful to one degree or another and in multiple ways.
Also, Jesus condemned it. It wasn't lawful. It wasn't marriage. He said so. The Church did not allow it anywhere. There was no council held on the subject. It's all a total new lie that the Churches allowed it or Jesus allowed it or allows those who do it and don't repent to enter into his Heaven.
Lastly, forcing religious and other students to attend homosexuality-promoting assemblies, etc., is a direct violation of the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights of the US Constitution against infringing upon the students' rights to exercise their given religion, which definitely includes NOT being forced to sit through homosexual indoctrination that runs exactly contrary to the various students' religious morals and practices. This goes way beyond students being taught what is called the scientific method and various theories on the origin and age of the cosmos and humanity, etc.
I'm surprised parents haven't forced this issue up to the Supreme Court as a Freedom of Religion issue. It should also not be viewed in a vacuum.
There are all sorts of extremely pro-homosexuality/biased anti-bullying laws and policies being put through where the sensitivities of homosexuals are being protected to an insane level while the religious can have their religious feelings repeatedly trampled upon. Where's the equal protection under the law? Where's the Free Exercise clause being upheld against inferred-at-best homosexual rights.
Frankly, I don't buy that so-called right. I don't see having homosex as a right at all, not when it's a choice, and it is, always. You can't choose your race or gender (the one you're born with) or age.
Freedom of religion was one of the main reasons people started moving to this continent from Europe. You can't "prove" matters of faith right or wrong to the satisfaction of everyone in this fallen generation, but you can prove homosex is harmful and can and should preach that it should not only not be celebrated, it shouldn't be promoted or condoned or even tolerated. I don't tolerate it. I don't coerce homosexuals, but I don't tolerate it. I would never allow it under my roof. I don't care if it would be my son doing it or not. He does that under my roof and I tell him to stop and he keeps doing it, he's in big trouble for choosing to be a heathen. That's just the way of it, and I don't care what anyone else thinks about it. I only care that they are misguided and that I wish they weren't.
Would I starve my son or anyone else who is a chosen sinner? No, but as Jesus said, it's not right to feed the children's food to the dogs. That son wouldn't get the real food, he'd be rejecting it and damning himself through no fault of mine.
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