Glsen Day of Silence in Schools - April 20th

Each year the same-sex community sponsors this event in the public schools.

dayofsilence.org/index.html

Yes, this has been in our public high school for years.

This normalization in the name of hate for the same-sex community is in most high schools.

GLSEN says students at more than 5,000 middle and high schools are expected to participate, and over 30,000 people have joined a Facebook event promoting the effort. Many sport T-shirts or hand out literature promoting alliances between gay and straight students…

he day began as the creation of a college student at the University of Virginia and has spread to thousands of institutions since 1996.

foxnews.com/us/2010/04/12/gay-day-silence-waste-tax-dollars-say-critics/

Yes, to be honest the gay community has won by influencing the coming generations while they’re young.

Pretty soon “the bigot Christian” is going to be the old stereotype in the same league as “The Southern Racist” where everyone gets to have a big laugh about the minority who still hold those beliefs of being anti-gay and boast about how progressive society now is that those people aren’t listened too anymore.

But don’t worry, Christians will still be “cool” they just have to be Progressively Leftist and nod and agree to everything the new majority will think.

originally posted by Uriah_betrayed
Yes, to be honest the gay community has won by influencing the coming generations while they’re young.

Pretty soon “the bigot Christian” is going to be the old stereotype in the same league as “The Southern Racist” where everyone gets to have a big laugh about the minority who still hold those beliefs of being anti-gay and boast about how progressive society now is that those people aren’t listened too anymore.

But don’t worry, Christians will still be “cool” they just have to be Progressively Leftist and nod and agree to everything the new majority will think.

Well said.

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