'Ally Week' Pushes Gay Agenda


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’Ally Week’ Pushes Gay Agenda

GLSEN’s week long effort uses the anti-bullying message as a springboard to indoctrinate students with the homosexual agenda.
http://www.citizenlink.org/images/09/10-20-09.jpg The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is sponsoring Ally Week. The event, launched Monday, is designed to get straight students to be allied with gay students against what GLSEN calls "anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender language, bullying and harassment in America’s schools."
Students celebrating the event are being encouraged by GLSEN to download tools to help students participate, including a sign up sheet where kids can write down their e-mail addresses. The list will be sent to GLSEN.

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Well it says in the Catechism that unjust discrimination towards homosexuals is not tolerable, so what’s wrong with an anti-bullying program?

Just because the Church doesn’t support gay marriage doesn’t give anyone the right to bully.


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If a child is taught bullying anyone is wrong then OK.

If the approach is to get them to accept the homosexual act as not sinful and then that they should not bully those that participate then I object.


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