Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Florida School Rejects Gay Agenda ENDA Proposal

The one-town-at-a-time strategy of the Gay/Transgender Agenda hit a road block last week when the Brevard County School Board, after hearing from residents, voted unanimously against an ordinance change proposed by a Heritage High School (Palm Bay, Florida) sexual revolutionary teacher to grant special rights based on "sexual orientation" and "gender identity."
"You can see the spirit of the town here. This is not San Francisco, folks. This is Brevard County."
-- Friar Demetri Tsigas, Greek Orthodox priest, Melbourne, FL

"There is a spiritual force here, and it is evil."
-- Terry Rocks, The Brevard Youth Network

"The majority is speaking tonight. We are speaking tonight. We are saying we want God’s word in our public schools. We are the majority. We want godly principles in our public schools. We want Jesus Christ back in our schools."
-- Bradford Cole, resident of Cape Canaveral, FL
For background, read President Obama Forces Wildest Transgender Agenda on School Children Using Full Force of Federal Government and now Hillary Clinton Promises Even MORE 'Transgender/Gay Rights'

Also read Transgender Restrooms for South Dakota Schools Passes

UPDATE 4/2/16: Toilets NOT in Restrooms will be New Design for Transgender Agenda

And read how the Gay/Transgender Agenda attacks one town at a time across America because the sexual revolutionaries have been unable to force the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) through Congress.

Also read Transgenderism is a 'Delusion' According to Victims and Professionals

-- From "Brevard Schools meeting on LGBT rights draws crowds" by Sachelle Saunders - Reporter, WKMG-TV6 (Orlando, FL) 2/24/16

The cause is led primarily by LGBT high school teacher and advocate Daniel Wal-Desousa.

Dozens of parents, grandparents, and Brevard County School workers lined up to express their concern about changing the anti-discrimination policy.

After a more than five-hour meeting, the board ultimately decided to hold off on sending the anti-discrimination policy word changes to a public hearing, until they can all agree on the implications of it.

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From "Brevard school board kills LGBT proposal" by Ilana Kowarski, Florida Today - USA TODAY Network 2/24/16

Nearly 100 people signed up to speak at the meeting, and most of those who spoke were in opposition to the LGBT policy.

Policy opponents said they feared the LGBT policy would mean that those who voice religious objections to gay marriage in local schools would be branded as bigots and disciplined for discrimination. Some opponents said they wanted to preach scripture in schools, and many said they were concerned about transgender individuals using public school bathrooms. They argued that the LGBT policy threatened morality.

The Liberty Counsel, a national litigation and advocacy organization that represents the interests of American evangelical Christians and cultural conservatives, sent a letter to the Brevard School Board prior to this hearing, stating its strong opposition to the LGBT policies and its willingness to legally challenge the policies if they are imposed. That public letter was cited multiple times during the course of the school board hearing.

In the conclusion of its letter, the Counsel added, "If the District enacts these misguided changes, and instead violates the First Amendment rights of other students and teachers, Liberty Counsel stands prepared to advocate on their behalf against the District."

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From "Florida school board unanimously rejects homosexual, transgender concessions" by Fr. Mark Hodges, LifeSiteNews 2/26/16

The [Liberty Counsel] letter continued, "'Sexual orientation' or 'gender identity'...are not like others protected by law.  They are subjective, behavior-based categories, rather than federally-recognized immutable characteristics like race, color, sex, national origin, or constitutionally-protected fundamental rights, like religion."

The letter also notes that the "legal bullying" of the Obama administration's Office of Civil Rights' "baseless" statements "strong-arm[ing] school districts" for transgender bathrooms "cites no legal authority – case law or statutory – for the claim that Title IX now applies to students claiming to be the opposite sex."

"A student with gender confusion who truly believes he or she is the opposite sex should be treated with care, compassion, and kindness, but must not be officially affirmed in his or her confusion, no matter how sincerely-held," the lawyers' letter stated.

"Many parents ... stood up in opposition to this dangerous policy change. We win when we show up," Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, said in a press release.

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