Friday, November 09, 2012

Middle School Students Taught Homosexual Foreplay

Administrators and teachers at the middle school in Gorham, Maine demonstrated either their utter ignorance or their Gay Agenda advocacy when they allowed children as young as eleven to be instructed in homosexual sex acts by a gay advocacy organization (PRYSM) that they invited to the school. The principal apologized to parents, and claimed the teachers where caught off guard by the homosexual presenters.

For background, read Supreme Court Allows Same-sex Marriage Law to Force Indoctrination of Students and also read Another Gay Agenda Indoctrination Day in Schools as well as Homosexual Indoctrination Mandated for Schools

Also see a list of public school indoctrination incidents.

-- From "Gorham principal apologizes for sex discussion" by The Associated Press 11/5/12

In a blog post today, Gorham Middle School Principal Robert Riley wrote:

"There is no excuse for what happened. It happened, and it happened quickly in response to an honest student question. The results of which we are all very aware. We will be more vigilant in the future to make sure this does not happen again, but the idea of Diversity Day program is still very important to us as a Middle School."

A group called Proud Rainbow Youth of Southern Maine gave a presentation last month about gender diversity and discrimination.

Principal Robert Riley said he was alerted by some teachers who said it all happened so fast they didn't know how to respond.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "School Children Taught About Gay Foreplay, Saran Wrap" by Todd Starnes, FOX News 11/8/12

“They were talking about sex and if you didn’t have a condom – saran wrap could be used in place of a dental dam,” [parent Kristy] Howard told Fox News. “It was all new to me.”

Howard said the PRYSM presenters also cursed and questioned whether the children had been taught about safe homosexual sex.

Principal Riley defended the way the teacher’s handled the situation – noting that the conversation about gay foreplay happened near the end of the presentation.

“I think if it had gone longer, they would have intervened,” he told Fox News.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Middle School Apologizes for Gay Youth Organization's Inappropriate Talk" by Jeff Schapiro, Christian Post Reporter 11/6/12

Most reports of the controversial statements say the presenters spoke about homosexual foreplay in response to a question by a student. Some, however, say the discussion was centered on the topic of safe sex practices for homosexuals and it was the presenters who initiated the talk.

[Carroll Conley, Jr., executive director of the Christian Civic League of Maine (CCLM) said,] "Our concern is that this typifies the lack of regard for parental rights."

Protect Marriage Maine is concerned that if same-sex marriage is allowed [update: it's now the law in Maine], young students could be taught that "boys can marry boys" even without parental consent . . .

"If there was any doubt that gay marriage would be taught to young children in Maine schools just as it is in Massachusetts and Canada, that doubt should be removed now," said Protect Marriage Maine Chairman Bob Emrich in a blog post about the Gorham Middle School incident. "If they are willing to teach our kids how homosexuals engage in foreplay, do you really think they won't force gay marriage instruction of young children when it is the law of the land?"

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Principal Under Fire for Exposing Middle School Students to Explicit ‘Diversity Day’ Foreplay Talk" by Heather Clark, Christian Network News 11/5/12

“The [principal] is not repentant. …. That doesn’t sound like someone that’s truly concerned about the lewd nature of the discussion,” said Pastor Jeremy Hiltz of Windsor Memorial Baptist Church in Windsor.

“I’m against the Diversity Day altogether,” he said. “I don’t think that there needs to be any kind of homosexual activists speaking to the students. I don’t think that’s part of education. I think that’s part of indoctrination. But, I also find it disturbing that it went into a sexually explicit nature. … This is way over the line.”

Hiltz is a father of four boys, and also works as a substitute teacher. While he and his wife homeschool their children, he states that if his children were put in such a situation, he would remove those in authority that promoted ‘Diversity Day’ in the first place.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Voters in 4 States (including Maine) Favor Same-sex Marriage in November 2012 as well as Gay Recruitment of Kids: Senators Join President Obama