Black People : This is what the Gay rights fight is really about in CA--the kids.

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  1. skuderjaymes

    skuderjaymes Contextualizer Synthesizer MEMBER

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    School Districts- The Battleground

    We recently sent out the following action alert urging you to attend the school district meeting:

    Vallejo City Unified School District (http://***********/29ucxfp) is currently mandating the viewing of movies promoting the multi-sexual agenda on
    children starting in elementary school.

    In addition, they currently DO NOT allow the parents to opt their children out
    of these controversial films.

    The Vallejo City Unified School District acquiesced to demands brought forth
    by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Unfortunately, the VCUSD is
    choosing to side with the radical ACLU over the parents who elected them to
    the school board.

    The films are "That's a Family," Let's get Real," and "Straightlaced." In an
    attempt to insert homosexual indoctrination, these videos are interwoven with
    bullying stories about children in single parent, multiracial, and adoptive
    households. No students should be bullied including students, parents and
    people of faith who favor marriage between a man and a woman.

    In a clip from "That's a Family


    a little girl says, "My dads are gay and gay means where two men or two women love each other." She goes on to say, "its sort of like having a mom
    and a dad who love each other it's just that it's a man and a man or a woman
    and a woman." This video is for K-5 students. The video aimed at high school
    students, "Straightlaced"
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    discusses transsexuality, homosexuality, and gender confusion. You can hear
    students celebrate their attempts to confuse others about their gender.


    The strong showing of individuals who favor parental rights was extremely
    important and many families came through. CRI has coordinated with local
    parents and PJI to continue this fight. The night concluded without resolution
    to the problem. We are currently working with parents and community
    members to enact a parent friendly policy.

    You may read the report from NBC and watch the video summarizing the night's events by clicking here: http://***********/23varos


    - from one of the mailing lists I subscribe to:
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    I don't much care what folks do in their private lives.. and folks in California have
    lived with a gay population forever.. the problem with the current movement
    is that so much of their effort is aimed at our children. Mandatory curriculum and
    whatnot.. that's the real battleground.. and thats what evokes such emotional
    reactions from the opposition. High schoolers is one thing.. but K-5? I don't think
    that is appropriate. Who gives a dam if brook has 2 mommies.. why is it part of
    the curriculum? It's just not appropriate. We should not be forced to have these
    conversations with 6 year olds.. not this.. not slavery.. not the holocaust..
    none of that.. and they teach all of that in K-5 education.. they introduce the
    kids to their boxes as early as possible.​
     
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    Gays can't reproduce so they have to recruit.


    That's one of the many reasons we home school our children. I don't want the gubmint mandating the indoctrination of my children to embrace perversions.
     
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    I don't know about the recruiting, but I know that sexuality has now become
    another platform to political power.. and that's what it comes down to. It does
    not help that homosexuality in men is very loosely associated with pedophilia..
    the connection whether real or imagined needs to be dealt with.. cause whats
    happening is that every person that has the means to do it, is pulling their kids
    from the schools. They are actually moving their residences, going private,
    homeschooling, etc.. it really is that serious to Parents. ​
     
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    "The Radical ACLU?

    who says stuff like that?

    The district aquiesced to their "demands"?

    The ACLU pleads cases . they can demand nothing,

    take a closer look at this issue

    the judge is the one that makes the decision
     
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    I think their end game is indoctrination to accept their "alternative lifestyle" as mainstream, which is why they target children. They are not recruiting to make the children Gay, they are recruiting to gain acceptance into the mainstream by future generations. This is one of their skillful tactics to realize their vision. They know that more people will "experiment" with homosexuality as a result of their bringing their campaign mainstream, and they welcome that, but I think their end game is to exist out of the closet.

    I hate their lifestyle, but I respect their tactics. I HATE their attempts that involve trying to equate their "struggle" to that of the Black struggle. Everytime I hear them trying to make that association, my blood boils. But again, it is a tactic that is effective in some venues.
     
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    My personal views regarding homosexality oae conservative

    but m views regarding journalism is a healthy amount of real scepticism,
    and everything has to be examined with a critical analysis.

    Google up the facts about this "Old" case

    1 Did this stem from a lesbian student being attacked bullied and harrassed, repeatedly at the school?
    and her winning a cash settlement suit of 25 grand?

    2 is this making too much of a big deal and unnecessary paranoia over,
    sensitivity anti bullying videos?



    Like the kind of stuff every civil service employee must sit thorugh and endure every single time a hrassment or assault incident happens on the job?


    This has to be looked into

    and on the other hand, regarding who realy has the last say;

    just like NYC and the recent death of the school board elections and community boards
    due to lack of parent involvement

    if the parents there have lost control of the schools , whose fault is that anyhow?
     
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    High School Student Takes On Anti-Gay Harassment...And Wins

    ACLU Reaches Agreement With School District To Combat Bias After Lesbian Student Is Harassed By Teachers

    For Immediate Release: May 18, 2009



    VALLEJO, CA – The American Civil Liberties Union announced today that it has reached a settlement agreement with the Vallejo City Unified School District on behalf of a high school student who faced anti-gay harassment and discrimination from teachers and school staff and was required to participate in a school-sponsored "counseling" group designed to discourage students from being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. The settlement is designed to combat harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity at all the district's schools, and includes district-wide anti-harassment training for students and staff.

    "All I ever wanted was to be able to go to school and just be myself. But I couldn't do that when the people I was supposed to be learning from were judging me and telling me something was wrong with me. How was I supposed to learn when I was constantly scared?" said Rochelle Hamilton, a high school student who came out as a lesbian when she was 13.

    For Hamilton, starting high school was the beginning of relentless verbal harassment and discrimination from teachers and staff based on her sexual orientation and gender expression. Hamilton began attending Vallejo's Jesse Bethel High School as a sophomore in the fall of 2007. The verbal attacks started almost immediately, and continued for months.

    Hamilton became severely depressed and her grades plummeted. Worried for her daughter, Hamilton's mother, Cheri Hamilton, repeatedly wrote letters, made phone calls, and met in person with school and district officials for several months. After three months of outreach to the school and the district, Cheri Hamilton contacted the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California for help. The ACLU intervened to resolve the matter with the school district.

    Hamilton reports that while some of the harassment she suffered came from other students, most of the time it came from school teachers and staff. Specific incidents included:


    A teacher approached Hamilton while she was hugging her girlfriend and said, "This is ungodly, and you're going to hell. This is a sin."

    Another teacher said, "What's wrong with you? What are you, a man or a woman?"

    Other school staff made repeated harassing comments to Hamilton in front of her classmates, including saying, "it's not right to be this way."

    Hamilton was also on several occasions denied access to the girls' locker room.

    "California school districts are required by state law to protect students from harassment and discrimination, including on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity," said Elizabeth Gill, an ACLU-NC staff attorney who worked with the district on the settlement. "If a school district ignores anti-gay bias in schools, it is plainly violating both state and federal law. These laws are designed, in part, to ensure that all students are able to learn and thrive free from bias. When it's left unchecked, harassment can take a serious toll on students."

    One of the most egregious incidents in this case involved a school counselor who required Hamilton to attend a special weekly support group for gay students. The real purpose of the group was quickly revealed, however, when the counselor berated students for "choosing" to be gay and tried to convince them to change their sexual orientation or gender expression. The counselor told the students that it is "hard to get a job if you're gay." When Hamilton's mother went to school officials about the "counseling" group, the counselor confronted Hamilton the next week, telling her, "You're going to get this treatment your whole life. What are you going to do, stand up every time?"

    "The district-wide anti-harassment training will make Vallejo schools a more welcoming place to learn for all students," said Jory Steele, ACLU-NC's managing attorney. "District administrators made the right move in taking important steps to protect its students from bias."

    Hamilton transferred out of Jesse Bethel High School midway through her sophomore year to escape the daily harassment. She is now completing her junior year at another high school in the district.

    Pursuant to the five-year agreement reached with the ACLU, the district will adopt a clear policy explicitly prohibiting discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity, as required by California law; develop a specific procedure for harassment and discrimination complaints; provide mandatory training for all teachers and other staff who interact with students in how to identify anti-gay harassment and discrimination, why it's harmful, and how to prevent it; and provide mandatory anti-harassment training to all students in the district,

    www.aclunc.org
     
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    It's good to see christian & american values have not changed (as I bow and shake my head in disgust).
     
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