Homosexuality in Schools

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Cybercast News Service reported the following in respect to teaching homosexuality in schools:

Two Massachusetts Department of Education staffers lost their jobs because of their involvement in the state-funded workshop held at Tufts University in March 2000, called "What They Don't Tell You About Queer Sex and Sexuality in Health Class." The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network [GLSN] co-sponsored the workshop.

Homosexual advocacy groups have been pursuing lawsuits against Camenker and Scott Whiteman, another parent, for secretly recording, exposing and publicizing the event, in which instructors encouraged children as young as 14 years of age to engage in life-threatening sex acts. [1]

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Brian Camenker characterized a legal action taken against them by a homosexuality advocacy group as an attempt to put parents under financial burden and to dissuade others around the United States from exposing similar workshops.[1]

Cybercast News Service called the event "a state-sponsored workshop in which educators instructed teens in graphic homosexual sex."[1] Sean Hannity wrote about the workshop in his book, Let Freedom Ring, and William Bennett wrote about the workshop in his book The Broken Hearth.[1]

WorldNetDaily reported the following regarding the workshop that taught homosexuality to school children:

In the Boston press and elsewhere, GLSEN officials don't deny these things happened. They stand behind the conference. They're trying to say these kids were just asking questions and being told honest answers. This is a complete lie. The tapes prove that beyond a reasonable doubt.[2]

Traditional Family Values Coalition states children targeted for recruitment into homosexuality by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

The Traditional Values Coalition states the following regarding the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) that co-sponsored the aforementioned workshop that Cybercast News Service characterized as a workshop where "instructors encouraged children as young as 14 years of age to engage in life-threatening sex acts.":

GLSEN targets children for recruitment into the homosexual lifestyle...through GLSEN chapters that sponsor hundreds of Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) clubs on junior high and high school campuses across the United States.

GLSEN gets into schools by claiming that homosexual and transgender students need to feel safe and encouraged; and that so-called homosexual/transgender teens have high rates of suicide and need a support group. When this tactic fails, GLSEN then threatens legal action against school districts that refuse to allow these recruitment clubs on campus. The American Civil Liberties Union has volunteered to serve as the enforcement arm of GLSEN to impose a homosexual agenda on the nation's public schools.[3]

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