The Mask is Off—Enlightening Conversation on the Gay Agenda in our Schools

From a post earlier this week:

In Maine, gay activists are trying to claim that homosexuality will not be taught in schools, but it already is in other states.  These activists target young children

“before they are old enough to have been convinced that there is another way of looking at life…”

Make no mistake.  Those pushing the gay agenda have put schools front and center in the battlefield over homosexual rights….

That’s where it started.  In responding to this post, there was an eye opening conversation that’s continued over the last few days concerning the gay agenda in schools…(you know, that gay agenda that doesn’t exist?)

Ross, a long time gay marriage advocate was asked:

“Ross, Do you dispute the content of the ad?”

After several dodges and refusing to answer, Ross let it slip:  “Seriously, cant wait for your side to lose within the next decade or so. It’s inevitable…”

When pressed to explain his comment and whether he disputed the charge that gay advocates wanted to teach homosexuality in schools, he continued: “No,I dont. In my state, homosexual marriage is taught in schools because it is legal in the state. Pretty simple, right? Not teaching something is not going to make the issue magically disappear. But I think its definitely extreme paranoia to think that the number one issue on the minds of gay rights activists is getting homosexuality taught in actuality, its the rights gained from gay marriage. Most people are hardly concerned or have any control over what a few rogue teachers will do once the law passes.”

There you have it.  “Do you dispute the contents of the ad?” The answer is no. He doesn’t. In fact he, like others in the gay activist movement, is actively working for homosexuality to be pushed in schools. It’s the vision he advocates on this blog and others. Total acceptance of homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism and so on down the list until every sexual deviancy is no longer considered deviant. He hopes that if they can continue their reach through the schools that the coming generation will believe their morality over the morality their parents taught, and that this version of morality will eventually supersede all others.

When I pointed this out, Ross responded:  “Why, again, should they (homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism and so on down the list) be seen as deviant? Any of those three are hardly deviant or malicious in nature.”

Why should homosexuality, transgenderism, bisexuality etc. be seen as deviant?  Ross thinks these behaviors are equal, the same as that beautiful union that happens between a man and a wife in marriage, the union that has the potential to light the spark of life, the creation of families and new generations.

Are these things deviant?  Deviant is from the same root as deviate. If you are deviant in your behavior it is because you deviate from normal behavior in some way. Homosexual, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, pedophilia, bestiality, fetishism…..the list goes on. The further you get from the nuclear family, the more deviant and repulsive the options get. Homosexuality is one of many ugly cousins that have nothing to do with marriage, children and families.  No amount of rhetoric can change that.

Is it inevitable that these deviant activities will someday be seen as normal? No way. That is why those promoting the gay agenda have to stoop to lies, false equalities, trick sophistry and base child indoctrination to win points. Have you ever wondered why courts and rogue legislatures IMPOSE same sex marriage? People don’t choose it.

If Ross were to be put on television and radio to spout his views before the people of Maine and other states where gay marriage is being pushed, their movement would be crushed in the stampeding political backlash of concerned parents, teachers and voters.

Over exposure to the true nature of homosexuality turns people off to the sophistry. Reality can’t be hidden forever.   Why? Because the more ground gay activists win, the bolder they become and the carefully crafted mask of normality drops.

Listen to Ross and his fellow gay activists.  The mask is off.

—Beetle Blogger

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  1. Troy said,

    October 8, 2009 at 2:34 pm

    Thanks Beetle for pointing out the hypocrisy of the gay agenda. If people really knew the goals, no one would allow such things. Hopefully our friends in Maine will become aware of it before it’s too late for them.

  2. Wyndham said,

    October 8, 2009 at 2:45 pm

    This latest commercial was poorly put together, and very confusing.
    The simple quote “before they are old enough to have been convinced that there is another way of looking at life…” has nothing to do with voting yes. Had anyone who wants to vote yes on 1 read the book, I hope to god that they are all married, were virgins until their wedding night, have a healthy standing marriage, and their families are equally well. I would sure not expect to have single parents, grandparents rasing grandchildren, couples with adopted kids, couples going through divorces, and those who have used fertilization voting yes on one because of this book. It is simply about the different types of families that children today are raised in.

  3. Ken said,

    October 8, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    Of COURSE these people will be teaching in schools that brideless or groomless pairings are marriage – they think kids SHOULD be taught that. But they don’t like to admit that, because they know voters will draw the line. Some voters might think this is all about what two consenting adult guys are doing in private, and why not let them be? Marriage amendments DO let them be. But this isn’t a private matter. State marriage licenses are a PUBLIC concern, and the other side is hoping to use neutered marriage licensing as a sledgehammer to beat down any suggestion that there is a difference between both-sexes pairings (you know… how we ALL got here) and same-sex pairings.

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  5. L. Marie said,

    October 8, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    This is exactly what I’ve been saying. Thanks for the documentation bb. I’m reposting.

  6. James R. said,

    October 8, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    I think you’re right about the bravado. I was watching that thread through all the obfuscations. It’s nice to have them just come out and say it every so often isn’t it?

  7. Ross said,

    October 8, 2009 at 6:29 pm

    Oh god beetle. Give me a break. You should give a lecture in fear mongering. You’re a pro. Do you really have nothing better to do with you life than to post pointless banter to be read by maybe 7 people?

  8. beetlebabee said,

    October 8, 2009 at 6:45 pm

    You’re welcome! L. Marie. Post post and repost! Get the information out there.

  9. Richard said,

    October 8, 2009 at 7:03 pm

    James, you’re right! He’s not the first nor the last, but a fine addition to the collection isn’t it?

  10. Richard said,

    October 8, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    Ross, fear mongering is what happens when there’s nothing at the root. Your statements speak for themselves. Beetle just framed them nicely.

  11. Janet said,

    October 8, 2009 at 7:11 pm

    “Do you really have nothing better to do with you life than to post pointless banter”

    Pointless banter? Is that backpedaling? In the arena of ideas, isn’t speech one of the most powerful means of communicating those ideas? I am not convinced that this was either pointless or banter. I admire your honesty though.

  12. Ross said,

    October 8, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    How does me saying I’m not responsible for teachers make me an activist for what they teach?

    And who made beetle the “normalcy” police. What is normal

    you guys drank a bit too long from the crazy juice

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  14. gonovelgo said,

    October 9, 2009 at 1:16 am

    How is outlawing same-sex marriage going to stop teachers from talking about it in school? Is there some sort of ancilliary law tacked onto the marriage bans that I’m missing?

  15. Samantha said,

    October 9, 2009 at 7:15 am

    Consequences of homosexuality are devastatingly apparent. According to the Omega Journal of Death and Dying, the median age of death for homosexual men is between 40 and 43. The median age of death for heterosexuals is between 74 and 80. In 2003, the Centers for Disease Control noted that homosexuals accounted for nearly 65 percent of all new HIV cases although they make up only 2-3 percent of the entire population, and that cases of Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis A and B, Lymphogranuloma Venereum, and virtually every other sexually transmitted disease disproportionately affected the homosexual community.
    Psychologically, the effects of homosexuality on an individual are just as deplorable. According to the well-respected Archives of General Psychiatry in 1999, “homosexual people are at substantially higher risk for some forms of emotional problems, including suicid(e), major depression, anxiety disorder, conduct disorder, and nicotine dependence.” Further, Dr. N.E. Whitehead from the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuals stated, “Studies show homosexuals have a substantially greater risk of suffering from psychiatric problems than do heterosexuals. We see higher rates of suicide, depression, bulimia, antisocial personality disorder, and substance abuse.” And contrary to the misconceptions advanced by the homosexual lobby, these psychological problems are rarely associated with a stigma they endure from society.

  16. beetlebabee said,

    October 9, 2009 at 8:07 am

    gonovelgo, do you think that same sex marriage will encourage or discourage the teaching of homosexuality in schools? Do you dispute the content of the ad?

  17. JustSayin' said,

    October 9, 2009 at 8:19 am

    This is getting ridiculous. What children will learn in school about homosexuality and marriage cannot be determined by looking at the curriculum, and it cannot be determined by looking at the laws. Janet Mills doesn’t know any more about it than anyone else, and she certainly cannot “set the issue to rest.” It’s a language issue, and children learn language from all the people they associate with, including school teachers. If “marriage” in legalese comes to mean something different from what it has always meant in English, teachers who have bought into the propaganda will feel free to say that a man can “marry” another man, or a woman another woman. They might hesitate to say this if the “gay marriage” law is defeated. And yes, if it is not defeated, I think we will see a great increase in home schooling and private schools.

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