Same Sex Marriage–Social Experimentation?

The Great Human Experiment

Same Sex Marriage in our schools

Would you willingly abandon your child to the moral whims of a teacher whose moral agenda you hardly know?  Now you don’t have to choose.  California has chosen for you.

Human experimentation without consent has been outlawed since before Nazi Germany.  Wikipedia’s page on Nazi Human Experimentation says: “Prisoners were coerced into participating: they did not willingly volunteer and there was never informed consent.” Now this is the United States, not Nazi Germany, but some of the elements are uncomfortably similar.  Change is here, as Mayor Newsom says, “whether you like it or not”, and parental consent is not part of the deal.

According to teachers in Hayward California, change includes what amounts to immoral social experimentation on children, as gay activists use schools to promote their lifestyle choices.  This unlimited access to our children’s moral education is mandatory as we found out in Hayward this week.   It is wrong to do experimental research on human beings, yet that is exactly what is being done with our most impressionable children, as same-sex marriage and other gay and lesbian issues are being taught in California.

Under the guise of anti discrimination education, some schools are using tolerance laws (SB 71) as a cover for gay indoctrination in our classrooms, because under this law parents are not informed and are not allowed to object to what’s taught.  Schools say it’s ok because it’s all under the guise of lessening “discrimination” and “raising awareness.”  In Deerfield Illinois where similar tolerance laws are enforced, 14 year old children were given instruction on gay and lesbian issues at school and had to sign agreements not to tell their parents what they learned. Is this “raising awareness?”

Wait!  Didn’t Superintendent of Public Instruction’s Jack O’Connell say on TV that we would be able to opt out of such material?  Not so.  This startling information is from the flyer given to kindergarten parents in Hayward:

“Anti bias trainings covering gender, sexual orientation, or family are not sexual education.  Therefore, parents do not need to be notified of this instruction and they may not remove their children from it.”

–Letter to Hayward Parents

Schools are increasingly saying: We have rights to your children! and gay and lesbian groups have access to our schools through tolerance laws.   What about our rights to our children?  “Parental rights”, according to gay groups, “have never meant that a parent can demand prior notice and the right to opt a child out of mere exposure to ideas in the public schools that a parent disapproves of.”

What effect will teaching young children about homosexual lifestyles have on our society?  On our children?  We don’t know for sure, but the studies we have available to us are alarming.  These are a few comments from scientifically interested observers to the greatest human experiment ever conducted in the United States:

–When I look at what’s happening in California, I think there’s a lot to be learned to explore how human beings relate to one another,” said Sondra E. Solomon, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Vermont.  (from The New York Times)

–Dr. Meilee Clunis and Dr. Dorsey Green write on page 243 of “The Lesbian Parenting Book’ that “It will be interesting to see over time whether lesbian sons have an easier or harder time developing their gender identity than do boys with live-in fathers”

Those who contend that there are controls on the indoctrination of our children need to read the news.  Hayward California Schools have proven that parents absolutely could not opt out from having their children indoctrinated in gay issues.

This is social experimentation at it’s worst.  Why should California’s youngest be the guinea pigs for the nation?   In Hayward, our children were coerced into participating: they did not willingly volunteer and there was never informed consent.” Human Experimentation wasn’t right for Germany in the 20th century and it’s not right for the United States today.

See the flyer parents were sent home here:

District gags 14-year-olds

‘Confidentiality’ promise requires students ‘not to tell their parents’

By Bob Unruh
© 2008

Deerfield, Ill., High School, where officials required students to attend a “gay” indoctrination seminar

Officials at Deerfield High School in Deerfield, Ill., have ordered their 14-year-old freshman class into a “gay” indoctrination seminar, after having them sign a confidentiality agreement promising not to tell their parents.

“This is unbelievable,” said Matt Barber, policy director for cultural issues for Concerned Women for America. “It’s not enough that students at Deerfield High are being exposed to improper and offensive material relative to unhealthy and high-risk homosexual behavior, but they’ve essentially been told by teachers to lie to their parents about it.”

In what CWA called a “shocking and brazen act of government abuse of parental rights,” the school’s officials required the 14-year-olds to attend a “Gay Straight Alliance Network” panel discussion led by “gay” and “lesbian” upperclassmen during a “freshman advisory” class which “secretively featured inappropriate discussions of a sexual nature in promotion of high-risk homosexual behaviors.”

(Story continues here)

School Clams Up on ‘Gay’ Pledge Cards Given to Kindergartners

Saturday, November 01, 2008

Kindergartners as "Allies"

Kindergartners as "Allies"

A California school system refuses to say what action, if any, it will take after it received complaints about a kindergarten teacher who encouraged her students to sign “pledge cards” in support of gays.

During a celebration of National Ally Week, Tara Miller, a teacher at the Faith Ringgold School of Arts and Science in Hayward, Calif., passed out cards produced by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network to her class of kindergartners.

The cards asked signers to be “an ally” and to pledge to “not use anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) language or slurs; intervene, when I feel I can, in situations where others are using anti-LGBT language or harassing other students and actively support safer schools efforts.”

The school has acknowledged that the exercise was not appropriate for kindergartners.

Parent Adela Voelker, who declined to be interviewed in depth for this report, said she was furious when she found her child’s signature on one of the cards. She said she contacted a non-profit legal defense organization specializing in parents’ rights.

Meanwhile, a school board member, Jeff Cook, says some type of action should be taken.  “We have a general rule that all instruction should be age appropriate, and this clearly was not,” said Cook, who has served on the school board for five years.

Article continues here



  1. abbyearth said,

    November 2, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    Your blog should be on FOX NEWS and on every radio and in every newspaper across the globe!

    It’s been an honor to work for a worthy cause with people like you who
    LIVE a life of honoring American values and freedoms so many died for.

    May God Bless You Always,

  2. prop8discussion said,

    November 2, 2008 at 8:05 pm

    thanks for this post. i really love your blog.

    i’m doing a celebrate gender in parenting on my blog and anyone who wants to contribute is WELCOME. the more comments the better.

  3. busywithconviction said,

    November 2, 2008 at 9:36 pm

    Though I had seen some of these articles on my own, you seem to come up with something I haven’t seen yet. Thanks for collecting all these articles in one place.

    I am alarmed that a school had freshman signing a form saying, to not tell their parents. It reminds me of some molester telling a little kid, now don’t tell your parents. Isn’t that a red flag that they (the school) know they are doing something wrong.

    As a side: Funny how you can become friends with complete strangers when you have a unified cause. Keep up the fight, just a few more days to go. And then we get all the commentary that will follow the outcome. I hope to see you posting for at least a bit after.

  4. beetlebabee said,

    November 2, 2008 at 10:10 pm

    This whole gay movement is chilling to me. The more I learn, the more I see, and it’s all dressed in such surface innocence, like the sugar coating on a bitter pill.

    The worst part of this tolerance legislation (sb71) is that it is still in effect even after the election, even if prop 8 wins. Prop 8 will help, but if we lose, it’ll embolden the activists even more. They’ll feel justified and we’ll see more of these outrageous stories. Our children are under attack. They know the next generation is vulnerable. Every mother-fiber of my body rages at stories like these. Tuesday is only the beginning, no matter which way it goes.

  5. lahona said,

    November 3, 2008 at 6:00 am

    If all that is going on in the schools does not stop, our children really need to be pulled out and taught at home. With the sick out, we showed the california school systems that they parents would not sit idly by while their children are being taught corrupt principals by those with political agenda’s. I and several of my family members went to both public school and homeschool. Some of my fondest memories came from being taught by my mother when she pulled me out of public school and taught me for a year. It can be done, Thomas Edison, arguably one of the greatest minds in human history, when his mother found the public school system isufficient for the education of her child, she pulled him out and taught him herself. Some of the smartest people I know went to homeschool here in california. I get the feeling that even if prop 8 passes, the issue with the schools will not go away. If it doesn’t then we need to pull our children and teach them ourselves. This will send a message to the public school system that they had better get thier act together or they will have no act at all.

  6. Jen said,

    November 6, 2008 at 1:15 pm

    I’m pro-gay rights but I agree with you that these teachers were wrong. Maybe now you can understand why I wouldn’t want my son, who is not Christian, having to say a Christian prayer in school.

  7. karisa said,

    November 7, 2008 at 3:28 pm

    I would rather have less money and stay home and home school my children. I feel like people think they HAVE to send their kids to public school. Why? They’ve been getting worse and worse for years! Why not choose something better, and help government and school boards remember that they don’t have any RIGHTS to our children. The more we say, “Shucks, can you believe what they taught our children in school yesterday?”, but then send our kids to school the following day, the more we send schools/government the message, that we still think they can do a better job educating our kids, and we’ll just put up with the bad. I know it is incredibly difficult in some states with wanting you to be a “credentialed” teacher and other nonsense, but I would find a way. It is not safe for government to ever usurp the rights of parents except in those cases of abuse. If my kids could have my elementary school experience, I would be glad to send them, but that has long since passed away in my opinion.

  8. beetlebabee said,

    November 7, 2008 at 3:32 pm

    I agree. It’s hard work but you know exactly what kind of education they’re getting, and there are so many tools out there now to help. The resources just get better and better as more people are leaving the public schools. The online world is just exploding with information. For us, learning is fun. That’s something I never had until I got to college.

  9. November 11, 2008 at 1:36 am

    Jen (post #7): To my knowledge, no one has ever been coerced into saying a Christian prayer in school unless they were attending a Christian school, which even then they aren’t always required to participate. You can’t force a person to heaven, as they say. The “prayer in school” issue, as I understand it, was always about whether or not to allow students a moment to pray (in private) at the beginning of the day. However, even if a prayer were offered publicly/openly, no one is being forced to say “Amen” at the end, or otherwise agree to what was said. Remember the flap about the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Pledge of Allegiance? The “tolerance” part of tolerance is being understanding of others’ beliefs and practices. That is why the Yes on 8 campaign and its members have been clear all along that they were not seeking to remove any rights from gays, and that they support civil unions and domestic partnerships and every legal right gays already have. We can tolerate a difference of opinion and practice (also known as “diversity” in some circles), just don’t try to legislate and mandate indoctrination of your own ways on everyone else.

    karisa (post #8): Funny thing about “abuse” being an excuse for usurping the rights of the parents is that gay rights groups argue that NOT indoctrinating children in homosexuality is a form of abuse. Don’t forget, these groups persuaded the law in Massachusetts to mandate homosexual indoctrination and to disallow parents from opting their kids out because they argued that it was important for preparing the children to be good citizens, tolerant, etc, etc.

    As a relevant aside, it is interesting to note that one of the 45 stated goals of the Communists in their plan to overthrow America has been, since at least 50 years ago, to normalize homosexuality in our culture. See goal #26 in this list from W. Cleon Skousen’s “The Naked Communist.” (I have this excellent book, and this is quoted correctly.) Maybe now we can understand why/how people are being led into violence and hatred against Mormons based on such flimsy concepts as those being thrown about by the No on 8 crowd. The Communists have always stated that one of their strongest tools in arousing the young and uneducated to rebel is a catchy slogan!

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