Why would conservative Christian groups in North Carolina be against a bill that would “require more detailed school policies about bullying” at school, protecting students from abuse and school violence?
Take a wild guess.
Yep… because gay students would be protected under this bill as well.
And we can’t have that now, can we…?
Mark Creech, executive director the Christian Action League of North Carolina, warns there is a “hidden agenda” behind the bill to negate what he describes as the “strongest voices of criticism” against homosexual, bisexual, and transgender behavior in society.
“The evil of the legislation,” says Creech, “is that it elevates sexual orientation and gender identity or expression on the same levels with the enumerations of race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, physical appearance, mental, physical or sensory disability — which are all immutable or unchangeable characteristics.”
Creech contends that homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism, cross-dressing, and other alternate sexual behaviors are not immutable or unchangeable.
Creech also writes:
How clever! This bill is not so much about protecting “all of God’s children,” as Rep. [Rick] Glazier has framed it, but it’s actually a backdoor approach to the indoctrination of North Carolina’s children with homosexual ideology. Moreover, it would create a domino effect that not only impacts education, but also employment, housing, anti-discrimination laws and potentially North Carolina’s marriage statutes since the state doesn’t define marriage in its Constitution.
Lawmakers should not be fooled. No matter how beautiful the School Violence Prevention Act with its controversial language may be expressed, it is not a grape, but a buckthorn. It is not a fig, but a thistle.
Tell me again why these people are taken seriously by anyone?
(Thanks to Kate for the link!)