- Tolerance towards people who wish to pursue a homosexual
lifestyle has nothing to do with accepting the kind of truly extraordinary
outrageousness being perpetrated in many schools across the nation, described
in the article below.
- Under the protective umbrella of on-campus "queer
clubs" (no, we're not being "homophobic," they call themselves
that) which have sprung up like mushrooms in U.S. schools with the full
blessings of administrative authorities--as a means of helping educate
non-queers to be tolerant and unprejudiced towards gay fellow students
and thus preventing hostility or violence towards gays, active adult queers
are using these clubs to carry on X-rated discussion and learning sessions,
including showing of erotic movies and leading massively explicit group
talks on the most extreme examples of "unusual" and/or gay sexual
activity; including sadomasochism.
- Of course, ALL manner of "queer" sexual practices
and philosophies are foisted upon the kids in these groups by the predatory
queers leading them, who are using these forums as a means of indoctrinating
and recruiting youngsters to pursue an actively queer lifestyle (again,
"queer" is THEIR choice of a descriptive adjective for themselves,
- Is THIS what you want YOUR kids learning at THEIR school?
Probably not! But guess what: if you, as many parents have, were to approach
school authorities about your opposition to such an incredible travesty
of scholastic/educational practices and methods, you will probably be told
that you are a "homophobic" person who should seek professional
help in dealing with your phobia.
- AND, even MORE Orwellian/Brave New World Order-like than
THAT, you will probably be told that you are "endangering the safety
ands security of the students and the school by your opposition to "queer
clubs"--which "officially" exist to help defuse aggression
and promote understanding in the school--but are instead often being used
by evangelical gays to pervert, indoctrinate and recruit young people.
- There are clear indications this is now occurring at
an ever-increasing rate, involving kids twelve years of age and even younger.
- What's going on here? Why are educational authorities
going along with this snowballing campaign to teach America's kids how
to be homosexual?
- Intelligent people should be questioning what shadowy
social controllers/manipulators/engineers might actually be responsible
for the proliferation of this insidious type of activity and most-likely
"mandated" support for such on the part of local school administrators,
etc.; and what the agenda and desired objective for this type of mind-control
programming really is.
- Check out this article, but watch out--it's very graphic
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- SHOCKING NEWS FROM MASSACHUSETTS
- (ADVISORY -- CONTENT IS GRAPHIC IN NATURE AND SHOULD
BE READ BY ADULTS ONLY)
- Kids Get Graphic Instruction In Homosexual Sex State
sponsored conference featured detailed sexual material
- By Brian Camenker and Scott Whiteman Massachusetts News
- A Massachusetts Department of Education employees described
the pleasures of homosexual sex to a group of high school students at a
state-sponsored workshop on March 25 at Tufts.
- "Fisting [forcing one's entire hand into another
person's rectum or vagina] often gets a bad rap....[It's] an experience
of letting somebody into your body that you want to be that close and intimate
with...[and] to put you into an exploratory mode."
- Last year a mother from the western suburbs joined some
other parents and went to the State House to appeal to the Governor's office.
She was becoming frantic. Her son at the local high school had been told
by his musician friends how "cool" it was at the school's Gay/Straight
Alliance club meetings. She soon found out that the club had watched at
least one R-rated video of two boys having a love affair. She discovered
some provocative handouts in his room. He became detached, and she suspected
that he was experimenting with homosexual relationships.
- The principal would not look into it, nor would any other
officials. It was suggested that maybe she was homophobic.
- No one from the Governor's office would speak to her
or the other parents. A Department of Public Health official finally listened
to them but afterwards would not return her calls. Later the Boston homosexual
newspaper, Bay Windows, published a blistering article warning that bigoted,
homophobic parents were trying to endanger the money for the state's gay
- Each year, Governor Paul Cellucci budgets $1.5 million
for his "Governor's Commission for Gay and Lesbian Youth." Made
up of homosexual activists from across the state since 1992, the Commission
has used the "safe schools" mantra and state money to persuade
over 180 schools in Massachusetts to accept the clubs. Parents and others
who offer any criticism of the programs are regularly accused of homophobia
and endangering students' safety. The Governor, who gets much support from
the gay community, shields the GSA programs from scrutiny. The Commission
does much of its work directly through the Massachusetts Department of
Education and other state agencies.
- The Commission also works closely with a national organization,
the Gay and Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) to give the
clubs materials, movies, literature and funding for various activities.
In all, there are over 700 GSA clubs in the country, many of them partially
- School officials use several arguments to deflect criticism
of GSAs. In a Boston Herald article last month, Newton assistant superintendent
Jim Marini brushed aside a parent's questioning of Newton's GSA activities.
"This is not about sex. This is about human rights," he said.
The school counselor, Linda Shapiro, added that, "the purpose is to
make gay students feel safe..."
- Sex is Taught
- On March 25, the Massachusetts Department of Education,
the Governor's Commission, and GLSEN co-sponsored a statewide conference
at Tufts University called "Teach-Out." Among the goals were
to build more GSAs in Massachusetts and expand homosexual teaching into
the lower grades. Scores of gay-friendly teachers and administrators attended.
They received state "professional development credits." Teenagers
and children as young as 12 were encouraged to come from around the state,
and many were bussed in from their home districts. Homosexual activists
from across the country were also there.
- To say that the descriptions below, of workshops and
presentations of this state-sponsored event for educators and children,
are "every parent's nightmare" does not do them justice. It is
beyond belief that this could be happening at all. One music teacher who
attended out of curiosity said that she could not sleep for several nights
afterwards and had nightmares about it.
- Queer sex for youth 14-21
- In one well-attended workshop, "What They Didn't
Tell You About Queer Sex & Sexuality In Health Class: A Workshop For
Youth Only, Ages 14-21," the three homosexual presenters acting in
their professional capacities coaxed about 20 children into talking openly
and graphically about homosexual sex. The purpose appeared to be to train
adults who are running the student clubs. The three presenters, who described
themselves as homosexual, were:
- Margot E. Ables, Coordinator, HIV/AIDS Program, Massachusetts
Dept. of Education
- Julie Netherland, Coordinator, HIV/AIDS Program, Massachusetts
Dept. of Education
- Michael Gaucher, Consultant, HIV/AIDS Program, Massachusetts
Dept. of Public Health
- The workshop syllabus included:
- "What's it like to be young, queer and beginning
to date? Are lesbians at risk for HIV?...We will address the information
you want about queer sexuality and some of the politics that prevent us
from getting our needs met."
- The workshop opened by the three public employees asking
the children "how they knew, as gay people, whether or not they've
had sex." Questions were thrown around the room about whether oral
sex was "sex," to which the Department of Public Health employee
stated, "If that's not sex, then the number of times I've had sex
has dramatically decreased; from a mountain to a valley, baby." Eventually
the answer presented itself, and it was determined that whenever an orifice
was filled with genitalia, then sex had occurred. The Department of Public
Health employee, Michael Gaucher, had the following exchange with one student,
who appeared to be about 16 years old:
- Michael Gaucher: "What orifices are we talking about?"
- Student: [hesitation]
- Michael Gaucher: "Don't be shy, honey; you can do
- Student: "Your mouth."
- Michael Gaucher: "Okay."
- Student: "Your ass."
- Michael Gaucher: "There you go."
- Student: "Your pussy. That kind of place."
- But since sex occurred "when an orifice was filled,"
the next question was how lesbians could "have sex." Margot Abels
discussed whether a dildo had to be involved; when it was too big or too
small; and what homosexual resources students could consult to get similar
- Role playing and "carpet munching"
- Then the children were asked to role-play. One student
was to act the part of "a young lesbian who's really enraptured with
another woman, and it's really coming down to the wire and you're thinking
about having sex." The other student played the "hip GSA (gay,
straight alliance) lesbian advisor, who you feel you can talk to."
The "counseling" included discussions of lesbian sex, oral-vaginal
contact, or "carpet munching," as one student put it. The student
asked whether it would smell like fish. At that point the session turned
to another subject.
- "A lesson in fisting?"
- There was a five minute pause so that all of the teenagers
could write down questions for the homosexual presenters. The first question
was read by Julie Netherland, "What's fisting?"
- A student answered this question by informing the class
that "fisting" is when you put your "whole hand into the
ass or pussy" of another. When a few of the students winced, the Department
of Public Health employee offered, "A little known fact about fisting,
you don't make a fist, like this. It's like this," forming his hand
into the shape of a tear drop rather than a balled fist. He informed the
children that it was much easier.
- Margot Abels told the students that "fisting"
is not about forcing your hand into somebody's "hole, opening or orifice"
if they don't want it there. She said that "usually" the person
was very relaxed and opened him or herself up to the other. She informed
the class that it is a very emotional and intense experience.
- At this point, a child of about 16 asked why someone
would want to do that. He stated that if the hand were pulled out quickly,
the whole thing didn't sound very appealing to him. Margot Abels was sure
to point out that although fisting "often gets a really bad rap,"
it usually isn't about the pain, "not that we're putting that down."
Margot Abels informed him and the class that "fisting" was "an
experience of letting somebody into your body that you want to be that
close and intimate with." When a child asked the question, "Why
would someone do this?" Margot Abels provided a comfortable response
to the children in order to "put them into an exploratory mode."
- "Rubbing each others' clits..."
- Michael Gaucher presented the next question, "Do
lesbians rub their clits together?"
- Michael Gaucher and Margot Abels asked the kids if they
thought it was possible and whether someone would do a "hand-diagram"
for the class. No one volunteered, but a girl who looked about 15 or 16
then stepped up to the board and drew a three foot high vagina and labeled
each of the labia, the clitoris, and "put up inside the 'G'-spot."
While drawing, Michael Gaucher told her to use the "pink" chalk,
to which Margot Abels responded, "not everyone is pink, honey."
All of the children laughed.
- After the chalk vagina was complete, the children remarked
on the size of the "clit," and the presenters stated that that
was a gifted woman. Then Margot Abels informed all of the young girls that
indeed, you can rub your "clitori" together, either with or without
clothes, and "you can definitely orgasm from it." Michael Gaucher
told the kids that "there is a name for this: tribadism," which
he wrote on the board and told one girl who looked about 14 to "bring
that vocabulary word back to Bedford." Julie Netherland informed the
children that it wasn't too difficult because "when you are sexually
aroused, your clit gets bigger."
- "Should you spit after you suck another boy (or
- Michael Gaucher read the following from a card: "Cum
and calories: Spit versus swallow and the health concerns." Gaucher
informed the children that although he didn't know the calorie count of
male ejaculation, he has "heard that it's sweeter if people eat celery."
He then asked the boys, "Is it rude not to swallow?" Many of
the high school boys mumbled "No," but one about the age of 16
said emphatically, "Oh no!" One boy, again about the age of 16,
offered his advice on avoiding HIV/AIDS transmission while giving oral
sex by not brushing your teeth or eating course food for four hours before
you "go down on a guy," "because then you probably don't
want to be swallowing cum."
- Another question asked was whether oral sex was better
with tongue rings. A 16 year old student murmured, "Yes," to
which all of the children laughed. Michael Gaucher said, "There you
have it" and stated something to the effect that the debate has ended.
- Use a condom? It's your decision, really.
- One often hears that there is an aggressive HIV/AIDS
prevention campaign, but the session ran 55 minutes before the first mention
of "protection" and safer sex came. In the context of the "safer
sex" discussion, however, it was pointed out that these children could
make an "informed decision" not to use a condom. Outside in the
conference hall, the children could easily obtain as many condoms, vaginal
condoms, and other contraceptive devices as they wished from various organizations
which distribute such.
- Well, yes...it really is about sex!
- Another popular session was presented by the same three
public employees in their professional capacity and was called, "Putting
the 'Sex' Back Into Sexual Orientation: Classroom Strategies for Health
& Sexuality Educators."
- The workshop description included:
- What does it mean to say "being gay, lesbian and
bisexual isn't about sex?"...How can we deny that sexuality is central
for all of us? How do we learn to address the unique concerns of queer
youth?...This workshop is for educators to examine strategies for integrating
sexuality education and HIV prevention content specific to gay, lesbian
and bisexual students into the classroom and GSA's....additional strategies
will be discussed.
- The three presenters now assumed the task of teaching
teachers how to facilitate discussions about "queer sex" with
- Tired of denying it
- Margot Abels opened by telling the room full of teachers
(and two high school students), "We always feel like we are fighting
against people who deny publicly, who say privately, that being queer is
not at all about sex... We believe otherwise. We think that sex is central
to every single one of us and particularly queer youth."
- Margot Abels, Julie Netherland and Michael Gaucher reviewed
a few "campaigns" that have been used to demonstrate to queer
youth how to best "be safe" while still enjoying homosexual sex.
- The campaign, "Respect yourself, protect yourself,"
was thought to be good in getting the message to kids that they should
use protection, but since it made children who didn't protect themselves
feel bad, it ultimately was a poor message. Michael Gaucher pointed out
that children "with an older partner that they are not feeling they
can discuss things with, does that mean that they don't respect themselves?"
- The campaign, "No sex, no problem," was ridiculed,
as it assumed that children could opt not to have sex. Additionally, it
made those children who had already had sex feel bad, or think they had
a problem since they had had sex.
- After reviewing a few of the campaigns, Margot Abels
described the project she works on. The "Gay/Straight Alliance HIV
Education Project" goes to five different schools each year conducting
up to eight "HIV prevention sessions" in that school's gay club.
These same presenters who just told a group of children how to properly
position their hands for "fisting" were now telling a room full
of educators that they would visit their schools and conduct their workshops
for their students.
- Bringing homosexuality into the middle school
- One participant remarked half-way through that Margot
Abels just wasn't "talking to" her, since she, the participant,
was a lesbian, middle school teacher. She wanted to know specifically what
she could do to facilitate discussions about homosexuality in middle school.
This was solved in another session entitled, "Struggles & Triumphs
of Including Homosexuality in a Middle School Curriculum." Christine
L. Hoyle, Special Education Teacher and workshop presenter, told the story
of how she turned the holocaust portion of her curriculum into a gay affirming
section. Ms. Hoyle allowed the group at the conference to watch a video
which she had her students produce and which was narrated by a seventh
grade girl. This girl told the audience that ancient Greeks "encouraged
homosexuals; in fact, it was considered normal for an adolescent boy to
have an older, wiser man as his lover." Thus, this teacher informed
her adolescent students that it is okay if an older man approaches them
for sexual gratification.
- Finally, the handouts
- An enormous amount of very disturbing material, most
of it aimed at children, was distributed at the conference. Much of it
encourages young children to become actively engaged in homosexual activities.
The Sidney Borum Community Health Center table was giving out a cassette
sized "pocket sex" kit, which included two condoms, two antiseptic
"moist" towelettes, and six bandages, which were for "when
the sex got really rough" according to the high school aged volunteer
behind the desk. There was a countless supply of condoms supplied by both
Sidney Borum and Planned Parenthood, all of which were for the taking by
any child who wanted them. One could see children as young as 12 or 13
at the conference participating and receiving "information" and
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