A Tennessee Senator, Stacey Campfield, would like to add a bill to the State Legislature which would prohibit school teachers, K-8, from talking about homosexuality. No, not teaching. Not just not teaching what homosexuality is, but not mentioning it in the classroom. Ever.
In addition, the bill would contain a portion where teachers, principles, and other school officials could pull children, K-12, who are gay or suspected of being gay aside in order purge them of their disorder. Further, the school representative would then be required to tell the children’s parents.
Oh yeah: 68% of all lgbt clients have experienced familial rejection.
What do you think that number is in Tennessee?
Oh yeah: 40% of homeless teens are said to be gay.
This is Tennessee! What percentage of gay children do you think have been kicked out of their homes?
And the others?
To afraid to come out.
How can we force children into such a terrible situation? Defenseless, innocent children.
Naturally, it’s a political move. We can’t call and say we won’t vote for you because we can’t vote. We can do nothing to stop this from happening, therefore it would be a massive victory for those who oppose gay marriage.
It’s the same as slavery. Except we allow them vote (once of age). We say “yes, you can be a part of our government, but no, you can’t be a part of our community.” We let homosexuals be governmental tools, we allow them to count as people, but we don’t let them be people. We don’t let them be with people, we don’t let them experience the human experience? We don’t let them love? How does anybody, how does anybody have the right to take love away from anybody else?
This is slavery and this is women’s suffrage. This is the social climate of our future. This is the topic of an evolving social world and this will change in our lifetimes. Slavery ended. Women were allowed to vote. And this will change.
No one can take love away from anyone.