Thursday, January 19, 2012

Indiana Endorses Teenage Sexually Deviant Behavior

Through a new specialty license plate, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is facilitating funding of homosexualists' recruitment of children through public school "gay clubs" and other community youth services.

For background, read Gay Recruitment of Kids: Senators Join Obama and also read White House Says Gay Recruitment of Kids Successful as well as American Homosexual Population is Tiny: Study

-- From "Indiana unveils its first license plate for gay youths" by Associated Press 1/18/12

. . . Indiana is the second state in the nation with a specialty plate benefiting gay youths.

More than 420,000 specialty plates were sold last year [in Indiana], generating more than $11 million for the sponsoring organizations . . .

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From "Group scores a victory by getting license plate" by Erika D. Smith, Indianapolis Star 1/18/12

This is the story of the rainbow-bedecked Indiana Youth Group specialty plate, which was approved by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles this week after four years of legal drama.

The official hang-up?

The BMV worried that IYG, a nonprofit that provides social services for gay youths, didn't have enough of a statewide impact. The BMV also was worried that IYG might spend revenue from sales of the plate to pay its employees -- a no-no. However, a lawsuit filed with the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana pointed to a lack of transparency in the BMV requirements. With the lawsuit settled, IYG's application and those from nine other organizations were approved.

Getting a plate was about marketing and getting money to fund its mission. IYG gets $25 for each $40 plate it sells.

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From "State steps up to the plate" posted at The Journal Gazette 1/18/12

The release of the IYG plate coincides with the group’s 25th anniversary and features a logo of six hands in the colors of a rainbow.

Micah Clark, executive director of the American Family Association of Indiana, questions the BMV’s decision in granting the plate for a group that he claims “recruits teens into the homosexual lifestyle.”

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From "State Unveils 1st License Plate Benefitting Gay Youth" posted at ABC-TV6 1/18/12

The Indianapolis-based [IYG] organization operates an activity center, helps develop Gay Straight Alliances in high schools and assists communities in forming youth services. The group serves about 1,400 youths and young adults ages 12 to 21.

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