School website promotes homosexual agenda// shocker huh? Nah, not really…

bus1A California school district is coming under fire for a homosexual website being funded with taxpayer dollars. The San Francisco Unified School district has launched a “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning” (LGBTQ) website for students in order to create a “safe space for all students” and promote activities both in the classroom and outside. Carrying the inviting web address “,” the website includes links promoting Gay Pride Celebration Month, Day of Silence, and Gay/Straight Alliance clubs.

This is not what our tax dollars should be funding. How many websites has this district provided for kids interested in music or sports or Christian family values? You get the point… The school district has no business providing homosexual information to students, especially with tax payer dollars. I think that’s a gross misuse of money, and that money is going to fund something for a small minority that does not reflect the values of the entire student body or their parents.

England says children as young as kindergarten in the Golden State are exposed to the LGBTQ agenda through the website. “And that [includes] transgender policy that allows boys, as young as kindergarten, to go into girls’ restrooms [or to] play on girls’ sports teams if they perceive themselves to be girls,” she explains.

“And [it includes] curriculum — that is as young as kindergarten — that explains homophobia, explains the word ‘gay,'” England adds. The vocabulary link at the website also defines terms such as “bisexual,” “gender identity” (“Everyone has a gender identity,” it says), and “transgender.”

The Institute spokeswoman notes the site also includes curriculum to go along with pro-homosexual children’s books such as And Tango Makes Three and King & King. “They are doing a full-out curriculum on gay and lesbian issues for all grades,” she laments. The website also plans to eventually include an elementary school lesson called “The Harvey Milk Story.”

England says discussions of such matters belong at home and do not need to be led by teachers who label students as “homophobic” if they disagree with the lifestyle.


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