The gay agenda strikes again

 

DrB-

 

It turns out students benefit from diversity. Meeting people who seem “different” from them is a good thing! Who knew, right? Tolerance.org knew, and is promoting “Mix it up” as a way for kids at school to get to know their fellow classmates that they otherwise might not hang out with.

 

In our surveys, students have identified the cafeteria as the place where divisions are most clearly drawn. So on one day – October 30 this school year – we ask students to move out of their comfort zones and connect with someone new over lunch. It’s a simple act with profound implications. Studies have shown that interactions across group lines can help reduce prejudice. When students interact with those who are different from them, biases and misperceptions can fall away.

[http://www.tolerance.org/mix-it-up/what-is-mix]

 

Good idea, right? Students getting to know other students, reaching outside the normal social group.

Naturally, a group with “Family” and or “Moral” in their name has an issue with this. Such as Bryan Fischer, with the American “Family” Association,

…just another thinly veiled attempt to promote the homosexual agenda…”

- Bryan “Bigot4Jesus” Fischer

Thanks American “Family” Association! I was worried that schools were planning on ways for students to get to know other students on a more personal level, and reduce intolerance and bullying that stems from ignorance. Luckily for your fearmongering, now parents can know if they want to raise little bigot junior, October 30 is the day to keep their kid home.

I’m going to borrow a line from a Kansas City writer I know,

If there is any lesson to be gleaned from the AFA’s latest butchery of rationality, it is this: If an organization claims to be protecting us from immorality, you can almost bet that the organization itself is devoid of it. Groups like the AFA do not base their actions on compassion, humanity or morality, and like the Westboro Baptist Church clan, they are fixated on homosexuality to a pathological degree.

[http://joco913.com/news/sarah-smith-nessel-religious-extremism-hurts-kids-here-at-home-too/]

 

Countdown until we hear about a prominent leader of American “Family” Association caught in an airport bathroom?

 


 

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  • Randomfactor

    The bolded part doesn’t quite make sense. “Full of it” might be a better fit.

  • Jaime Wise

    Huh. Now that I think of it, the way I first connected with CFI was stumbling across them in a lunch room. This is a fantastic idea! more schools (of all levels) should do this.

  • Lucas Rimmer

    “If an organization claims to be protecting us from immorality, you can almost bet that the organization itself is devoid of it.”

    Ummm … what?

    This quote means that said organization is devoid of immorality, and therefore perfect, as the word ‘it’ properly refers to the and references the word ‘immorality’ used earlier in the sentence.

    The quote should likely more properly read,

    “If an organization claims to be protecting us from immorality, you can almost bet that the organization itself is devoid of morality.”

    Lucas

    • John Horstman

      Yes, the “it” was clearly intended to refer to “morality”, though “morality” wasn’t actually used in the sentence. Ze clearly misspoke/mis-wrote.

  • John Horstman

    Also, I’m pretty sure item 1 of the gay agenda is, “Get laid,” and item 2 is “Equality” (if you don’t believe me about the ordering, grab the nearest gay person and ask hir whether ze would rather be celibate forever if it meant legal and social equality, or whether ze would rather face some discrimination if it meant getting laid).

    • John Horstman

      I do love that sign, though. :-)


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