Tuesday, December 18, 2007

California's Insane gay school agenda now targets 2 year olds !

Revealed: 'Gay' plans to target 2-year-olds
5th-grade students could be handed 'Coping
With Sexual Orientation'

Posted: December 17, 2007
11:49 p.m. Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

Children as young as two years of age are in the bull's-eye
of coming changes in California's school curriculum, which
"gay rights" advocates now admit will alter the very
foundation of information presented to public school

Gov. Schwarzenegger

A list of school resources, sponsored by a homosexual-
advocacy group called Safe Schools Coalition, suggests
that for those who are only two years old, there's
"Felicia's Favorite Story," which tells how she
was "adopted by her two mothers."

The list also promotes a book called "Are You a Girl
or a Boy?" by Karleen Jiminez, a resource for children
ages 4-8 when advocating homosexuality, bisexuality,
transgenderism and other alternative lifestyle choices.

It's described as "A sweet book about a
gender-different kid."

Other resources being promoted in light of California's
adoption of SB 777 as state law include books authored
by officials for Planned Parenthood and the Gay Lesbian
Straight Education Network.

One book, called "Tackling Gay Issues in School," is
for kindergarten through grade 12, and offers a
"rationale (for the inclusion of les/bi/gay/trans
issues in school)." It features recommended
"extracurricular" activities for classes.

The promotion of such materials has coincided with
the recent admission by Equality California, a
homosexual advocacy group that worked to
have SB 777 passed by lawmakers and signed by
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, that the bill really
does edit all school curricula in California.

For months while California lawmakers discussed
Senate Bill 777, opponents worried about its
usefulness in censoring public school curricula to
include a pro-homosexual bias. Supporters,
however, steadfastly maintained that it only
clarified anti-discrimination laws already on
the books. They still hold that stance, with
statements this week from both Schwarzenegger's
office and Equality California.

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