Bullying — an Agenda

10.27.10 – Donna Garner – For some time, many of us have been warning America about Kevin Jennings who was Obama and Arne Duncan’s choice at the U. S. Department of Education for the position of Assistant Deputy Secretary for Safe and Drug-Free Schools.

Jennings is the founder of Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and was the director until 2008.  GLSEN is the organization that was responsible for transporting public school students during the school day (March 25, 2000) to a conference where they were taught about “fisting.”  (To find out what this disgusting term means, please go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisting .)  GLSEN is also the organization behind the Day of Silence in the public schools.  

Kevin Jennings promotes homosexuality in K-12 and is doing so under the guise of the “bullying” curriculum that is permeating our public schools.  

Today’s article (posted below) shows how the Obama administration is deliberately taking the Title IX federal law and distorting the verbiage to include gender identity

Title IX does not include gender identity; it says that harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex, or disability violates the federal civil rights laws.  The Obama administration, however, has taken it upon themselves to include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender under the word “sex.”

Now the Obama administration is threatening public school educators with the USDOE’s misinterpretation of the Title IX law and making educators fear prosecution unless they promote the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) lifestyle as normal.

Yes, all students should be taught to treat others with dignity; and bullying is a terrible problem.  But forcing students to accept a perverse lifestyle that leads students into sexually transmitted diseases and early death is not something that schools should be advocating.   

Tolerance is a good thing to teach students, but educators should not be intimidated into forcing students to accept perversity.

Please go to my article entitled “What Is the Centers for Disease Control?” published on 10.23.10 in which I lay out the disturbing data on the increase of HIV among young men ages 13 to 24 years:

From 2005-2008…Most (74%) diagnoses of HIV infection in adults and adolescents were in males. Among males diagnosed with HIV infection from 2005-2008, 70% were attributed to male-to-male sexual contact. The percentage of diagnosed HIV infections attributed to male-to-male sexual contact was even larger (85%) among males aged 13 to 24 years.  http://www.educationnews.org/breaking_news/health/101841.html )

 

Knowing that the Obama administration is sending its 10-page LGBT-supportive document to  “all public and private schools, colleges, and universities, including the country’s 15,000 school superintendents” should justifiably make concerned parents furious and should give them an extra reason to get out and vote on Nov. 2, 2010. 

We simply must send the liberal Democrats home and replace them with conservative candidates who honor traditional marriage, healthy lifestyles, and the right of parents to rear their children to believe in normal sexual relations within the sanctity of marriage.  

Once we have achieved victory on Nov. 2, 2010, we can turn our efforts to sending Obama, his appointees, his czars, and his administration back home in 2012.

Donna Garner

Wgarner1@hot.rr.com

 

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Fed to schools: Law requires actions against bullying

http://www.keennewsservice.com/2010/10/26/fed-to-schools-law-requires-actions-against-bullying/

Comments


  1. california mom

    You apparently are promoting the idea that if a student or school official believes that homosexuality is a perversion, then students whom they believe to be gay deserve no protection from them. You put "bullying" in quotes. Does this mean that harassment, physical and verbal assault, providing a hostile environment against gay youth (or youth thought to be gay) should be allowed?

    Students who have obnoxious homophobic or racist or misogynist views can have them; there are no thought police. What they need to learn is that they may not act on those beliefs by harming other people. That's part of the mystery of growing up — the dawning knowledge that we are not the only ones whose existence matters. And it's part of what makes this country great — that we can be different and still live together peacefully and productively.


  2. california mom

    One more thing: your logic is astounding. You are equating "not bullying" with "accepting perversity."

    Don't you think students should be capable of standing in the same room with someone they don't like without having to sneer or punch or shove or yell? The bullies you want to protect have the right, have the need to assault someone to prove that they themselves are against perversity?

    You have incredibly low expectations of the ability of American students to not be thugs.


  3. MOMwithAbrain

    This is the brainchild of Kevin Jennings.
    NO …NO child should be bullied, nor should my kids be brainwashed by the political activists who want to teach them that homosexuality is perfectly fine.

    Oddly enough, my kids attend a Christian school and when gay kids enter the school system, they are not bullied. WHY? Because the schools do not tolerate it AND because the kids have been raised to respect other people…even if they believe differently.

    This goes for their teachers who've also been gay.

    YES, you can expect children to treat each other with respect without pushing a political agenda on them!

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