David Parker

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David Parker

In 2005, David Parker was arrested and put in handcuffs at his child's school in Massachusetts following an incident involving a lesson promoting homosexuality called the "King & King" which was being taught to the school's first graders. [1][2] Parker tried to exercise his parental rights but the principal at Esterbrook Elementary School in Lexington defended the “King & King” lesson and denied parents the right to be informed about it and to opt their kids out. [1] The "King and King" lesson violated Parker and his wife's religious beliefs regarding homosexuality.[1]

The anti-homosexual agenda organization MassResistance has a webpage devoted to the events surrounding the David Parker incident and the ongoing legal battle associated with the matter.[3]

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