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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Recruitment

So, let's say you have a middle school kid.  They're 13, 14 or so.  They go to an anti-bullying conference, and when they get home you ask them what they learned.

And they tell you that they learned how to pleasure their gay partner.

Among the nearly two dozen speakers, “only two” addressed bullying, one attendee estimated, according to EAGnews.org
The rest of the sessions involved issues such as “how to pleasure their gay partners.” 
Middle school girls from Humboldt (pop.: 4,690) had the opportunity to learn “how to sew fake testicles into their underwear in order to pass themselves off as boys.” 
One speaker wore a dress made out of condoms to which could be “used as needed.” . . . 
Nate Monson, executive director of Iowa Safe Schools, said parents who worry about middle school kids hearing about anal sex with strap-ons and analingus are “disgusting.” 
“It’s incredibly frustrating that adults are being the problem and being the bully,” Monson told the Des Moines NBC affiliate. “

Did you get that?  The PARENTS of these children who WORRY about their kids being taught how to have ANAL SEX with strap-ons are the disgusting ones, according to this LGBT director.

Let me go back to the post on Friday, and the quote from Ms. Greyland:

What sets gay culture apart from straight culture is the belief that early sex is good and beneficial, and the sure knowledge (don’t think for a second that they DON’T know) that the only way to produce another homosexual is to provide a boy with sexual experiences BEFORE he can be “ruined” by attraction to a girl.
What this fake anti-bullying conference really was, was Recruitment.  There is no other reason to teach middle age and high school age kids about anal sex, strap-ons, analingus or pleasuring your gay partner.  There is no curriculum in K-12 that needs that kind of conference.  This was an attempt to get kids involved in gay sex, because they know that once they get them started and tell them it's "safe", or "natural", or "good", the chances of the kids stopping are darn near zilch.

This was a recruiting effort by deviants, perverts and moral degenerates.  If my kid attended one of these things, I would A) pull them out of that school and B) Demand that the school district end all relationships with Iowa Safe Schools.

Of course, that's assuming that my kid would be in the drone-manufacturing, ignorance-enforcing mediocrity factory that the US Publik Skool Sistim has become.

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