Wednesday, January 25, 2012

New "Sex Development" Film Being Previewed In Schools Now

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A new so-called "sex development" film called, "What Do You Know? Six To Twelve Year Olds Talk About Gay Men And Lesbians," is being presented through the "Welcoming Schools" program in a number of cities, including Spokane, Washington.

While the Washington State Legislature inches closer to redefining marriage, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) the biggest homosexual advocacy organization in the country is introducing and advancing a new film intended to open conversation about homosexuality with young kids in the classroom. And ultimately, fundamentally change sex education in public schools. This is one more step in a process already under way.

The "Welcoming Schools" website says it is "currently being used in Welcoming Schools trainings across the country and playing in film festivals in Mobile, Alabama, Spokane, Washington and Barcelona, Spain."

The Welcoming Schools homepage says that it is "a LGBT-inclusive approach to addressing family diversity, gender stereotyping and bullying and name calling in K-5 learning environments."

The introduction film features kids from Massachusetts and Alabama discussing what they know about gay men and lesbians, wearing T-shirts with slogans like "Got Moms?" and "Tough Guys Wear Pink."

I am personally very concerned about this and encourage every parent and grandparent to look into it.

The new film is advanced on an old and familiar premise---have a conversation about the topic. Introduce the questions then provide the answers. All under the guise of "dialog" and "educating".


CNS NEWS has written an article on this with more information. Please take a moment to read it. I would further suggest you be aware and read other sources as well.

Each time the homosexual agenda is advanced, it accelerates this kind of information into the classroom because redefining marriage also redefines fundamental beliefs about parents, gender and the family.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.

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