Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Math Teacher Wears "No On 74" Button In Class

Cynthia Deford, a lesbian from Port Angeles, is very upset and her middle school daughter says she is afraid to go to class, "Now she has to worry about discrimination," her mom says.

Her daughter's math teacher wore a "No On 74" button in class.

Here's what the mother is doing and demanding and why she is inadvertently raising a good point.


Cynthia is so upset she has started an online petition to address this injustice and right the wrong of a teacher wearing a button that expresses an opinion contrary to her chosen lifestyle.

The school says they already have a policy against teachers making "political" statements in class, but Deford wants more.

She is demanding an apology and more sensitivity training.

Was the math teacher using materials to indoctrinate the students to his traditional beliefs about marriage?

No. But he did wear a button.

The school will sort out the "button" issue.

But Ms. DeFord raises an excellent point. Should teachers advocate political or lifestyle issues in the classroom? Even under the guise of "education"?

The other side of the coin.

Public education has become the fountain head of homosexual advocacy. Is Ms. Deford aware, or does she care, that every day millions of children are inundated with classroom material and activities, not buttons, that are produced by homosexual advocates under the guise of "sex ed" or "healthy education"? Activities are regularly scheduled, or "permitted" such as, "Day of Silence," that are created and driven by homosexual advocates.

Teachers use role playing to familiarize kids, little kids, with homosexual behavior, and laws are constantly being passed to support this indoctrination.

Look at these videos from the classroom made available from Massresistance in Boston.

Read this story by Todd Starnes at FOX and Bob Unruh's story about how legislative reinforcement has followed the legalizing of homosexual "marriage" in California.

Is she aware that students are led to consider if they are "gay" through materials used in classrooms across the country, including Port Angeles?

Every possible effort is made in public school classrooms to normalize deviant behavior and affirm it.

No child should ever be bullied for any reason, particularly those from homosexual homes. They are innocent children, forced to live in an environment they did not choose.

Neither should children from the homes of the 97% of Americans who are not homosexual be fed with a fire hose of indoctrinating information in their most formative years. And against the wishes, and sometimes knowledge of their parents.

I agree, Ms Deford. This must be stopped.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.

13 comments:

  1. I guess the school said they have dealt with it. However she wants more, his job? His retirement? have the teacher unemployed? More burden to that tax payer for increasing teacher training? Regardless of her wishes, I will still take responsibility as a parent and educate my children, who also attend port angeles grade schools, in sex education, age appropriate sexuality and deviancy. I teach my children to love, show kindness, patience and help those who need it, however I can still educate my children in proper sexual ethics and God's correct order, even when my parental instruction is offensive to homosexual advocates.

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  2. Is somewhat contradictory now that the frog has started to boil . Indoctrination has been on a steady course for the homosexual agenda for over 40 years . It takes a while to teach what is abnormal in the eyes of nature and immoral in the eyes of most religions to be considered no different then being left handed . But yes the teacher was wrong , and of course will be tarnished for it . The hypocrisy is clear to most people , and indifferent to the majority , but totally is absent from the leftist understanding of fairness and equality .

    As school halls have triagles for hate free zones , religion banned , morality taught as subjective , socialism and other isms are taught just to be different political beliefs. The glaring indoctrination of academia has even finally reached the fat cats of the republican party which had dismissed the Christian conservative claims as just another conspiracy theory . the intolerance to free market capitalism is what it took the fats cats to see it.

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  3. An outstanding example of hypocriscy. Well said. Thanks Gary.

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  4. This sure turns tolerance on its head, doesn't it. Tolerance, sensitivity, acceptance, yada,yada,yada, as long as it relates to gay behavior. If a straight guy has a differing opinion, away with him.

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  5. By your logic, schools wouldn't be able promote equal treatment for women because it was controversial at one time and christians thought it wasn't God's will. You can try to pass on your prejudice, but most of your kids won't carry it on once they leave home and experience the real world.

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  6. 12:51 Christianity brought value to women. you are believeing the gay talking points and are wrong.

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    1. 12:08 remember, we now have the internet and can easily check these things. Just do a google for 'mormons equal rights amendment' or 'biblical opposition equal rights amendment'. You'll find plenty of religiously based opposition to women's rights. Maybe it wasn't all all christians, but it was a LOT, just as it is now with equal rights for gays. I'm sure there are still some who believe that the schools unfairly promote equality for people of color. But society evolves even if some members don't.

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    2. Gary, If the teacher doesnt stand up for her belief some children may never here the other side. Give onto caesar what is caesar, but give to God what is God. Blessings. Bonnie in Roy

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  7. Please! Please don't throw me into that briar patch! If, under the new laws of acceptance, the "No on 74" button makes a problem, then the other side of the coin must be accepted as well. Bring it on! Don't even THINK about selling homosexuality as normal if the counter view is not acceptable.

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  8. "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus."

    (In context, speaking of Christ's death was to redeem all men - regardless of social status, gender, or race, and thus we are all equal co-heirs together. Other passages speak of how we are to show no partiality to others based on their race or wealth, etc).

    Christianity uypholds the worth of women far better than the hyper- feminist movement - which sells feminity and demasculizes men in exchange for power over men. Certainly, Christianity differentialiates the role of a man and the role of a woman as it respects that men and women are *different genders* who were made for *different purposes*, as well as how their different strengths work together to form an even stronger union. Marraige then becomes a physical 'type' of a spiritual concept - the church as the "bride of Christ". Yet, Both male and female are equal dispite their differing gender/roles, and both are free in Christ. In fact, Jesus was often criticized for his scandalous (in those days) treatment of women as of equal worth to men.

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  9. Hey Gary,

    The Department of Defense just released it's retention report for fiscal year 2012 and guess what? Repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell HAD NO NEGATIVE IMPACT on retention.

    Chalk up one more of your sky is falling predictions as completely wrong headed. Gosh, have ANY of your dire predictions come true?

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  10. I wonder if children oppose this new social technology, gay rights and stuff if they will have to go to training too on the tax payers?

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  11. Sorry these are not two opposite points of view - one side is saying all citizens should be able to register their husband or wife with the state using the same contract, the other is saying we should treat citizens unequally. They are not morally equivalent, the first is in compliance with American ideals, the latter isn't.

    As to the videos, one is in a private religious school (you do agree they can do as they wish in them, right?) the other was just pointing out that some children have two moms. Simple fact that, as much as you might not like it, is true just as it was in our state before R74 and will be after.

    As far as this case, the state does permit districts to allow the wearing of campaign buttons if they choose, but it sounds like this school district does not.

    Let us just say that we should honor all student's mothers and fathers and not make too big a deal over any of them.

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