Some students at Franklin County High School in Winchester, Tennessee decided to form a Gay-Straight Alliance. Naturally, the local slack-jawed bigots are beside themselves about it. They’ve formed a Facebook group and are furiously trying to stop the club from existing, all while striking the “hey, I’m just raising questions, I’m not against anything” pose.
Controversy is now brewing over a new student club at Franklin County High School in Winchester, Tennessee.
Students launched the Gay Straight Alliance this week, but not everyone is on board.
“I don’t understand it. I don’t understand where they’re coming from, and I want answers. Everybody wants answers,” said John Wimley.
Wimley is part of a group of people who recently learned about a new club called the Gay Straight Alliance at Franklin County High School in Winchester Tennessee.
“I don’t believe there should be religion or sexual preference taught in any school,” said Wimley.
Maybe if they’d taught logic when you were in school, you would recognize that this doesn’t have anything to with what’s taught in school. It’s a student club, not a part of the curriculum. I bet there’s a Christian student club at the school too, and if there isn’t they have every right to form one. Would you then be claiming that they shouldn’t be “religion or sexual preference taught in school”? Not a chance. Because you’re lying.
Bizarrely, they labeled the Facebook group as “protecting traditional marriage.” This has nothing whatsoever to do with marriage. And the undeniable truth is that if the school were to deny the right to form this GSA, they would be sued and they would lose and they would likely have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.