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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon2/28/12 7:01 AM 
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February 28, 2012

     "A government that seeks that sort of control over our personal lives should be feared and opposed.”

http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/homeschoolers-cant-be-taught-gay-sex-sinful/

Homeschoolers can't be taught 'gay' sex sinful

Homeschooling families will soon be forbidden from teaching that homosexual sex is sinful as part of their schooling program, according to the government of Alberta, Canada.

Under the province’s Education Act, homeschoolers and religious schools will be banned from “disrespecting” people’s differences, Alberta Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk’s office told LifeSiteNews just last week.

“Whatever the nature of schooling – homeschool, private school, Catholic school – we do not tolerate disrespect for differences,” said Donna McColl, Lukaszuk’s assistant director of communications. “You can affirm the family’s ideology in your family life, you just can’t do it as part of your educational study and instruction.”

Paul Faris, president of the Home School Legal Defence Association of Canada, told the news website the Ministry of Education is “clearly signaling that they are in fact planning to violate the private conversations families have in their own homes. A government that seeks that sort of control over our personal lives should be feared and opposed.”

According to the report, a government spokesman said, “You can affirm the family’s ideology in your family life. You just can’t do it as part of your educational study and instruction.”

HSLDA and other homeschool organizations have expressed concerns that the new Alberta Education Act would to force “diversity” education on all schools – including private and home schools.

The legislation, known as Bill 2 in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, requires that all schools “reflect the diverse nature and heritage of society in Alberta, promote understanding and respect for others and honour and respect the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Alberta Human Rights Act.”

LifeSiteNews reports that the Human Rights Act has been used to target Christians and conservatives across the country, especially those who hold traditional beliefs about homosexuality.

McColl added that Christian homeschooling families can teach biblical lessons on homosexuality in their homes, “as long as it’s not part of their academic program of studies and instructional materials.”

“What they want to do about their ideology elsewhere, that’s their family business,” she said. “But a fundamental nature of our society is to respect diversity.”

According to the report, when McColl was asked by LifeSiteNews to explain the distinction between homeschoolers’ education and their family life, she replied that the question involved “real nuances” and said she would need to get back to reporter with specifics.

In a second interview, McColl explained that the government “won’t speculate” about specific examples and said she hadn’t been given a “straight answer” on what precisely constitutes “disrespect” – adding that families “can’t be hatemongering, if you will.”

The news site reports several Canadian provinces – including Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and now Alberta – have seen major battles in the last two years over “increasing normalization of homosexuality in the schools.”

Patty Marler, government liaison for the Alberta Home Education Association, told the website she was astonished at the Ministry’s candor. She wondered how the government would stipulate the difference between homeschoolers’ school and family time.

“We educate our children all the time, and that’s just the way we live. It’s a lifestyle,” she said. “Making that distinction between the times when we’re homeschooling and when we’re just living is really hard to do.”

She added, “Throw in the fact that I do use the Bible as part of my curriculum, and now I’m very blatantly going to be teaching stuff that will be against [the Alberta Human Rights Act].”

In 2009, the Alberta Human Rights Act was amended to classify marriage as an institution between two “persons,” rather than a man and a woman.

“When I read Genesis and it talks about marriage being one man in union with one woman, I am very, very clearly opposing the human rights act that says it’s one person marrying another person,” Marler said.

Faris noted that the most troubling issue is how government is attempting to control homeschoolers and how they teach their own children in their own homes.

He added that many homeschoolers have been receiving misleading information when they call the Minister’s office, which has been saying, “‘Look, there are no changes here. We’re not going to do anything differently,’ and other things like that.”

“The long arm of the government wants to reach into family’s homes and control what they teach to their own children in their own homes about religion, sexuality and morality,” Faris said. “These are not the words of a government that is friendly to homeschooling or to parental freedom.”

LifeSiteNews noted that the Progressive Conservative government has 67 of the 83 seats in the Alberta Legislature, so the bill is almost certain to pass. However, with an election coming up, the new right-wing Wildrose Alliance Party may have a strong showing.

 
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From: quillan3 DelphiPlus Member Icon2/28/12 11:39 AM 
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Regardless of how this is aimed at home schooling, it is a dangerous step to try and control what is said in private.


 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon2/28/12 12:10 PM 
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Shalom Jackie,

     Someone asked me recently, if a parent included in his homeschooling an indoctrination to Naziism should his children be forced to attend public school instead? I answered in the negative. This was a free speech issue and not a homeschooling issue, and the second I try to tell someone else what he is allowed to say (outside of the incitement to violence), the storm winds will be begin to stir to sto me from saying what I wish to say.

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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/31/12 7:22 AM 
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July 31, 2012

      "The 15-member Democratic Party platform draft committee unanimously approved the pro-gay marriage language..."

http://dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm?uuid=49A1D3E6-FA66-4D58-BA68-7180F26A8509

Gay Marriage Heads To DNC Platform

Democrats over the weekend put themselves on track to endorse a pro-gay marriage plank for their convention platform, but neither the party nor the Obama campaign wanted to talk about it Monday.

Six states have legalized gay marriage and three more have legalization measures on the ballot for the fall, but the gradual increase in acceptance of the issue hasn’t done anything to mitigate its political touchiness this election year. Though legalization is seen as a major boost to Democratic efforts to energize the base and stoke fundraising among an active LGBT donor community, wide swaths of voters — including in many swing states — remain opposed.

Both parties, however, have steered clear of making it into a central issue of the campaign, with Democrats wary of setting off a damaging culture war and Republicans wary of looking noninclusive.

But even the platform plank — something LGBT activists had sought — sparked some worries. The platform is set to be adopted, after all, at the party convention in North Carolina, which in May passed a referendum banning gay marriage. Obama’s long-sought endorsement of gay marriage came the next day, increasing momentum for the effort.

The 15-member Democratic Party platform draft committee unanimously approved the pro-gay marriage language at its meeting over the weekend in Minneapolis and sent the platform draft to the full platform committee, which meets in Detroit in two weeks.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon3/5/13 1:16 PM 
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March 5, 2013

Yale hosts workshop teaching sensitivity to bestiality

On Saturday afternoon, Yale hosted a “sensitivity training” in which students were asked to consider topics such as bestiality, incest, and accepting money for sex.

Sexologist Dr. Jill McDevitt.

During the workshop, entitled, "Sex: Am I Normal," students anonymously asked and answered questions about sex using their cell phones, and viewed the responses in real time in the form of bar charts.

The session was hosted by “sexologist” Dr. Jill McDevitt, who owns a sex store called Feminique in West Chester, Pa.

Survey responses revealed that nine percent of attendees had been paid for sex, 3 percent had engaged in bestiality, and 52 percent had participated in "consensual pain" during sex, according to an article published in the Yale Daily News on Monday.

Event director Giuliana Berry ’14 told Campus Reform in an interview on Monday that the workshop was brought to campus to teach students not to automatically judge people who may have engaged in these sorts of activities, but rather to respond with “understanding” and “compassion.”

"People do engage in some of these activities that we believe only for example perverts engage in,” she said. “What the goal is is to increase compassion for people who may engage in activities that are not what you would personally consider normal.”

McDevitt referred to the range of activities discussed in the workshop as “sexual diversity.”

“It tries to get people to be more sensitive … to sexual diversity,” McDevitt told Campus Reform in an interview on Monday. “We’re not all heterosexual, able-bodied folks who have standard missionary sex.”

Several students submitted discussion topics about having incestuous sexual fantasies. Attendee Alex Saeedy '15, told the News that he at first found this surprising, but then "thought it might be more of a psychological thing we all might have.

"I think that's what the point of the workshop was — to bring up things we thought we so taboo and desire or urges we criticize are just regular parts of sexual psychology," he said.  

During the workshop, McDevitt taught the approximately 40 students that just because people think something is deviant does not mean that it is bad.

“It’s sensitivity training,” McDevitt told Campus Reform. “Don't judge other people, because we all have something we are embarrassed about.”

The event was part of Yale’s Sex Weekend, which ran from Feb. 28 through March 3. Sponsors included Yale Women's Center, Undergraduate Organizations Committee, the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Education Center at Yale, and SeLF: The Sexual Literacy Forum.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon3/13/13 12:38 PM 
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March 13, 2013

       “Child-on-child sex abuse and rape is a growing problem in every culture where pornography flourishes,”

http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/porn-turned-thousands-of-british-children-into-sex-offenders-report-says

Porn turned thousands of British children into sex offenders, report says

LONDON, March 4, 2013, Pornography and depictions of sexuality have turned more than 4,500 British children – some of them as young as five – into sexual offenders, according to a UK-based child welfare charity.

A Freedom of Information Act request showed that 4,562 minors – 98 percent of them boys – committed 5,028 sexual offenses over a three year period, from 2009-2012.

Three separate police forces reported five-year-olds committing sexual offenses.

However, the London Telegraph reports, “the true figure” of total offenders “could be even higher as nine forces, including the three largest – the Metropolitan Police, Greater Manchester Police and West Midlands Police – could not provide the relevant figures.”

Twenty percent of cases reported involved a family member. In another third, a family friend was victimized.

“We know that technology and easy access to sexual material is warping young people’s views of what is ‘normal’ or acceptable behavior,” said Claire Lilley, policy adviser at The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).

The report's content, though specific to Great Britain, contains universal truths.

“Child-on-child sex abuse and rape is a growing problem in every culture where pornography flourishes,” Patrick Trueman, a former federal prosecutor in the Reagan administration and president of Morality In Media, told LifeSiteNews.com.

“Children act out what they see. If they see acts of love and charity, they will mimic those,” Trueman said. “But when they see sexual violence, domination, rape, and other similar acts so commonly depicted in modern-day pornography, as today's children do, they will act out those, as well.”

The British report joins an accumulating mound of heartwrenching stories showing how pornography has permanently scarred children around the world – both the victims and the perpetrators.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon3/31/13 9:20 AM 
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March 31, 2013

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/3/prweb10558755.htm

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Helping individuals understand another complex topic, Being Gay is Okay from Really Big Coloring Books®, Inc., is a practical examination of LGBT life. This book brings right to the hands of children, parents and educators a discussion on the fundamental rights of liberty with lessons of tolerance and inclusion.

"This truthful, fact based, inspirational coloring novel is very appropriate for anyone," stated Wayne Bell, Publisher. "It opens the door to education and conversation about how Being Gay Is Okay," added Bell. The novel also introduces the inspirational Fabulous Gay Sharing Cards™ showcasing some of the best we can be in the journey of life.

Also contained within the 50 page book (including card inserts) is a certificate of Gay marriage, an encouraging coming out letter, historical and modern fabulous Gay figures and LGBT terms and definitions. Included is a discussion on homophobia, bullies and Gay haters. All the while encouraging readers to educate themselves and others, the book offers significant occurrences in LGBT history, a look at religion and homosexuality, an observation in politics and contact information for Gay advocacy and other helpful organizations.

Fun and fabulous poems about being Gay, Gay supporters and exciting coloring pages bring positive and light hearted entertainment. The novel focuses on the fact that if you are Gay – that is okay - and you are not alone.

 

 
From: NRAdittos4/24/13 7:07 AM 
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What a depraved society we've slowly become. One nation under liberalism and living under a curse brought on by ourselves.

Greeting Rabbi from the United State of TX,
NRAdittos
 

 
From: NRAdittos4/24/13 7:08 AM 
To: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon  (35 of 1292) 
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Another blight on our society.



 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/24/13 10:04 AM 
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     Don't worry Dittos, if Obama has his way you Texas boys will soon be citizens of the state of La Raza.

           Welcome back.

 

 

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