Saturday, March 19, 2011

Homosexual 'Marriage' Not Enough; Next Goal

Now that same-sex 'marriage' is law in ten countries, 'homosexual rights' groups say that such legally-mandated tolerance is not adequate and are focused on the next goal:
"Combating homophobia and transphobia among young people within the educational system . . ."
For background, read Defeating Marriage & Destroying Family and also read Homosexual Indoctrination Mandated for Schools as well as Once Marriage is Re-defined, Chaos Ensues

UPDATE 6/14/13 - Poll: Gay Agenda Complete when Christians Muzzled

UPDATE 7/26/13: Senator Ted Cruz Says Gay Agenda Ends Christian Liberty

-- From "10 countries now allow same-sex marriage" posted at Washington Post, by Associated Press 3/14/11

But Human Rights Watch said in a survey released Monday that bias continues against people who want to marry people of the same gender in those 10 countries and many others.

The first same-sex marriages took place in the Netherlands on April 1, 2001. The countries that followed were Belgium, Spain, Canada, South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Iceland and Argentina.

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From "Marriage not end of gay cause, groups say" by UPI 3/14/11

"The fact that same-sex marriage has been legalized on three continents demonstrates progress in equality," said Boris Dittrich, acting director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Rights Program at Human Rights Watch. But "legalization does not end discrimination, either by officials or other people," he added.

Human Rights Watch surveyed gay rights groups in the 10 countries with legalized marriage on their next goals.

"In most of the countries, the right of transgender people to be recognized before the law without having to undergo non-reversible sterilization is a high priority," Dittrich said, as is stopping hate violence.

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From "A Decade on, Progress on Same-Sex Marriages" posted at AlterNet 3/14/11

"It is inevitable that more nations that are open to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity will follow these 10 countries," Dittrich said. "The trend to legalize same-sex marriage is unstoppable."

Many other countries have legislation that recognizes same-sex relationships in the form of civil unions or registered partnerships. In these cases, people in same-sex relationships have many of the same rights as married couples. However, civil marriage in these countries is reserved for different sex couples and not open to same-sex couples.

A survey by Human Rights Watch of LGBT rights groups in the 10 countries where same-sex marriage is legal of what they hope to achieve over the next five to ten years found varied priorities but some common ground. . . .

"Combating homophobia and transphobia among young people within the educational system . . ."

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Another Homosexual Training Law for Calif. Schools