Those on both sides of the culture wars have been wildly exaggerating the effect and distorting the meaning of last week’s Supreme Court ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop v Colorado. It’s an incredibly narrow ruling that has almost no precedental value, but the unhinged anti-gay bigot Linda Harvey seems to think that it means comprehensive sex education can now be banned. Or something.
Should schoolchildren be required to endure explicit, politically motivated “inclusive” sex education lessons that endorse homosexual behavior?
After the SCOTUS decision on the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, the answer should be a huge and emphatic NO. Christian parents need to tell their schools to stop compelling minor children to listen to anal and oral sex tutorials in schools, and stop restricting or stigmatizing an abstinence-until-marriage message.Christian beliefs about sexual morality, and, in fact, those of any sincerely held faith, must be respected. It’s time to end the hijacking of classrooms for homosexual and abortion propaganda.
Um. No. The ruling doesn’t even apply to other cases of anti-gay discrimination unless there is direct evidence of anti-Christian animus on the part of the decisionmakers, much less to the completely unrelated question of sex ed curricula. This is what happens when those who are completely ignorant about con law write about it. Dunning and Kruger to the white courtesy phone.
Oh, and the title the Worldnetdaily slapped on the column? “LET’S FREE SEX-ED SLAVES AFTER CAKESHOP DECISION.” Sex-ed slaves. Seriously.