Homosexual groups throughout the UK are getting ready for next month, which has been designated ‘LGBT History Month.’
In preparation for the event, organizations like Stonewall are providing a plethora of resources to children as young as four, who will be learning details of everything from lesbian love to cross dressing. (See some of Stonewall’s Secondary resources here and some of their primary resources here.)
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Significantly, February was chosen for the occasion since it coincides with celebrations of the abolition of Section 28 in February 2005, an event which made it possible for teachers to begin exposing students to homosexual propaganda.
The enthusiasm for February 2012 is not limited to homosexual activists interested in children. Prime Minister David Cameron has issued a letter of support for the month, saying “I am pleased to be supporting this year’s LGBT History Month…. Events like this enrich our society and challenge us to think more about the world around us.”
Mr. Cameron was joined in his sentiments by Labour Party leader Ed Milliband, who wrote in a public letter that “The principles behind LGBT History Month reflect the kind of society we would all like to see…”
So what are “the principles behind LGBT History Month”? What types of things will British school children will be doing throughout February 2012?
Part of the answer to these questions can be found in the 18 pages of school activities that Amnesty International produced in 2005 and which is still being given to schools by the promoters of LGBT History Month. The human rights organization encourages students to do role playing activities in which some of them are supposed to play the part of people who are ‘homophobic.’ Another activity among Amnesty International’s resources involves school children being asked to look up the following terms in dictionaries and encyclopedias:
- Sexual orientation
- Gender identity
- Biological sex
Amnesty International justifies one of the classroom activities based on data collected by Alfred Kinsey which, according to the organization, showed that “13 per cent of the men interviewed and 6 per cent of the women identified themselves as predominantly homosexual, and a third of men and half as many women said that they had been involved in same-sex activity at some stage in their lives.” What promoters of LGBT History Month will not be telling teachers and students next month is that Kinsey was a sexual masochist who supported using children for sexual experimentation and whose pseudo-scientific ‘research’ has been discredited when it was discovered that he did not take representative samples. (For a more accurate account of Kinsey’s legacy than will be publicized during LGBT History Month, see the articles from Salvo magazine, Rape Rates: Kinsey’s Junk Science & Other Unreported Sex Crimes and Rotten Apple Awards: Sex Ed Based on Lies Is Child Abuse.)
Amnesty International is not the only organization providing resources for teachers next month. One Stonewall resource for use in schools during LGBT History Month says:
“Talk about the special friendships we have when we are older. Reference mums and dads, boyfriend and girlfriend. Also reference, two men who love each other (gay) and two women who love each other (lesbian). Challenge any negativity the children may have around the use or understanding of these words.”
Stonewall also provides resources for school children such as the the book And Tango Makes Three about two male penguins who fall in love and start a family, King and King about a fairytale prince who kisses and marries another prince, and Daddy’s Roommate which introduces children to the idea of two men sleeping together through the character of a boy who forms an affectionate bond with his father’s partner.
The official website for LGBT History Month gives various lesson suggestions, which include everything from guided discussions of pro-homosexual story books to an “intersex presentation” involving a pornographic “trans poem” (scroll a quarter of the way down on this page to view the poem).
The website also offers a free resource encouraging school children to read the story of Jakey and Claire, two lesbian schoolgirls who are forced to be separated from each other when their parents and classmates turn against the relationship.
Not to be outdone, the organization Schools Out is advertising training courses so that schools throughout Britain can have the opportunity of replicating the ‘gay friendly’ model of Stoke Newington School in Hackney. (Click here to see their advertizing poster.)
Last year for LBGT month, the state school at Hackney put on what they called a ‘Creative Day.’ In a video about the event, Elly Barnes, who helped organize the day, shared how students went to their usual lessons while issues of LGBT rights were integrated into every subject, including English, Life Skills, French, Humanities, Music and Drama. Students also made signs for the school’s gay rights parade, with messages such as, “If your [sic] gay, say yay’ and ‘Don’t run away – be gay!’ and ‘Nothing Wrong With LGBT.’ The day was punctuated with the school’s ‘LGBT Spring Concert’ in the evening, featuring students from the school and the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
LGBT history month is not just a chance to try to normalize homosexual relationships in the minds of children. The LBGT History Month website also offers lesson plans on gender variance aimed at helping students think “outside of a simple ‘Male-Female’ model”.
In the section on ‘Teaching Goals’ (see page 1 here) we read that “Students are expected to discover and learn that…[p]eople are not always simply male or female.” Teachers are encouraged to discuss questions such as “Was Joan of Arc a transgendered man or a historical feminist heroine?” One class exercise is centred around the question “How does society accommodate or reject gender crossing?”
LGBT month is also a time for homosexuals to ‘out’ historical figures who cannot speak in their own defence. For example, the LGBT website gives this resource for learning about Shakespeare’s love sonnets, claiming “it seems likely that some of the greatest love poems in the English language were written by one man to another.” Because we know very little about Shakespeare’s personal life, and because he wrote one poem that appears to be about the love of one man for another (there is nothing in the poem to suggest the love was physical), the gay lobby have unhesitatingly claimed Shakespeare as one of their partners in perversion.
ACP Warns Against Homosexual Education
The American College of Pediatricians has published research showing that over 85% of school students with same-sex attractions will ultimately adopt a heterosexual orientation if not otherwise encouraged. Den Trumbull, MD, FCP, Vice President of the ACP has written a letter to school educators urging that “schools should not seek to develop policy which ‘affirms’ or encourages these non-heterosexual attractions among students who may merely be experimenting or experiencing temporary sexual confusion. Such premature labeling can lead some adolescents to engage in homosexual behaviors that carry serious physical and mental health risks.” (For more information on this to share with your MP, see the resources the ACP has made available on their ‘Facts about Youth‘ website.)
Stonewall Aims to Make Children ‘Resilient’ Against the Values of Their Parents
As already mentioned, the gay rights pressure group Stonewall is heavily involved in LGBT History month, providing resources and teacher training packs to primary schools who wish to become gay friendly. By using these materials, schools can prove that they are complying with the Equality Act 2010.
As part of a teacher’s training pack, the homosexual group has included a 29-minute DVD in which activists state that their goal is to make children ‘resilient’ against the values of their parents and grandparents.
Garry Ratcliffe, head teacher at Oakfield Cimmunity Primary School in Kent who was interviewed for the DVD, said
“Our school is a safe environment and it’s a secure environment for the children that we teach and we nurture” “But we can’t guarantee that when they leave that nurturing environment, that their parents, their grandparents and their neighbours are going to hold the same values as we do. And that’s why we need to make sure our children are resilient and proud and assertive so that their generation will actually change.”
Another teacher commented,
“We’ve got boys with the pompoms doing the dance, you know, and I think that is absolutely wonderful because not only are they there saying ‘actually, this is fine, I can be who I am and do this without anybody laughing and teasing me’, but that is a wonderful role model.”
The Stonewall advice pack was part of the Education for All campaign (an initiative which seeks to indoctrinate school-children under the guise of combating ‘homophobic bullying’) and was created with the help of a £25,000 grant from the Government’s Training and Development Agency for Schools.
Stonewall is also working to make children resilient against a binary man-woman view of gender and offers resources designed to broaden children’s understanding of gender. Their recommended resources include the book Bill’s New Frock, which Stonewall explains is the story about a boy who “wakes up one day as a girl and is horrified to be sent to school in a frilly pink frock with fiddly shell buttons.” It doesn’t take Bill long for his gender stereotypes to be undermined, not least because boys begin flirting with him (who is now called ‘her’) instead of bullying him. As the day progresses he finds that being a girl isn’t so bad after all.
It would be nice to say that cross-dressing is limited to fictional school children like Bill. However, in the Stonewall training DVD, teachers have shared their experiences encouraging boys to dress up as girls. A class teacher for St. Matthew’s Primary School in Cambridgeshire boasted that “I had a group of boys last year and every day they came into school they wanted to wear the dressing up dresses. And they really loved wearing dressing up dresses and it went on for several weeks, and within the culture of the classroom I wanted to say that that was ok.” The teacher went on to explain how she reprimanded other boys who criticized the cross-dressers. Tony Davies, the head teacher of the same school, explained how the school had a cheer-leading club in which boys dressed themselves in pom-poms and put in “I think that is absolutely wonderful.”
Indoctrination is Good, Say Gay Activists
As the United States has been polarized over the state of New York’s same-sex marriage law, homosexuals are ‘coming out’ to acknowledge what their true goals really are.
Daniel Villarreal, a contributor at the prominent gay news source Queerty, has been remarkably candid that their goal is to indoctrinate kids. In an article titled, ‘Can We Please Just Start Admitting That We Do Actually Want To Indoctrinate Kids?’ Daniel Villarreal wrote, “We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.”
Mr Villarreal pleads with his colleagues in the gay lobby to come right out and admit that their agenda does involve “indoctrinating.”
Reacting to gay lobbyists who say “It’s not like we’re trying to recruit your children or anything” Mr. Villarreal said, “let’s face it—that’s a lie…. Recruiting children? You bet we are.”
He continued: “I for one certainly want tons of school children to learn that…people of the same sex should be allowed to legally marry each other…”
“I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach, and expose children to queer sexuality AND THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT.” (Capitals his)
What is interesting about Mr. Villarreal’s remarks is that he acknowledges the homosexual lobby has been trying to recruit children all along but that they haven’t had the guts to admit it. “And because we hide from this very basic fact and treat it like something to be ashamed of, we end up with watered-down unemotional pleas for equality…”
Mr. Villarreal is part of a growing number of virulent North American homosexualists who are coming out of the closet to reveal their militant aims. For example, writing in the online edition of Xtra Vancouver in October last year, Robin Perelle said about parents who object to homosexual propaganda in schools, “You’re clinging to an outdated moral code, flailing against a tide of change that’s leaving you and your few remaining followers behind. Speaking to parents with traditional beliefs Mrs. Perelle, who is the managing editor of Xtra, commented, “…the gay rights movement is shifting norms in Canada. And with that comes a message to those who won’t evolve: your outdated morals are no longer acceptable, and we will teach your kids the new norms.”
WRITE: to your MP and protest against the Prime Minister’s support of LGBT History month. Ask your MP to forward your concerns onto the Prime Minister’s office.
READ: Deut 6:5-7; Psalm 111:10; Pro 1:8, 22:6; Luke 2:51; Eph 6:1-6
If you are a parent, PRAY: That the Lord would safeguard your children from all danger. Pray also for wisdom to exercise your duty as your child’s God-ordained principal teacher.
If you are a parent of a child in a school, ask your child’s teacher if anything of a sex and relationships nature is planned for next month. (Don’t specifically mention LGBT History Month). And while you are there, ask to see the sex education materials for your child’s class. If you find anything untoward, ask to see the head, and let us know so we can help you motivate other parents.
NOTE: Many parents are taking their children out of school and educating them at home. Contact us if you want to know the available options for going about that.
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