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Parents ask court to stop 'gay' indoctrination

Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by hillclimber1, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. hillclimber1

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    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57514

    A coalition of parents and concerned citizens has filed a motion in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Md., seeking an order halting a public school sex curriculum seen as "gay" indoctrination, because it provides "scientifically flawed and politically biased" information.

    "The curriculum also teaches students that homosexuality is 'innate,' a controversial and unproven theory advanced by gay advocacy groups serving on the Montgomery County School Board's curriculum advisory committee," the groups' statement said.

    Hard for me to imagine a school board that could intentionally indoctrinate children into this destructive lifestyle. Interesting times we're in..... hill
     
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    Its interesting that gay advocacy groups advance the "innate" theory.

    It doesn't seem to me that would be a necessary argument unless they believed homosexual acts were wrong in some way.

    If they weren't, no excuse would be necessary.
     
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