Parents' rights at risk in Mass.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

According to a conservative activist group, pro-homosexual activists and Planned Parenthood want to launch a campaign to push the normalization of homosexuality by making it a mandatory part of school curricula nationwide.

Activists want homosexuality, transgender lifestyles and abortion pushed as ordinary birth control taught to students starting in elementary grades. Brian Camenker of MassResistance says the radical left wants to have this agenda eventually introduced into the Common Core Standards throughout America.

Camenker, Brian (MassResistance)"What they want to do is have all of the sex-ed be not only mandated as part of the Common Core curriculum -- in other words like math and science, that schools can't avoid -- but also to be completely controlled by them rather than by the individual schools," Camenker warns.

Though the abortion provider has been unsuccessful in recent years, Camenker says Planned Parenthood is dedicating a vast amount of resources to achieve this goal this year.

"And the fact that the former chairman of the Education Committee is now the president of Planned Parenthood -- I mean, we're talking we've got an uphill battle," the conservative asserts. "But it's not insurmountable, and it's got to be stopped."

MassResistance reports that on Tuesday, May 14, the Education Committee began taking up the major pro-family (and anti-family) bills affecting public school curriculum and programs. Planned Parenthood and the homosexual lobby are on one side, pushing more of their skewed materials to make the "health curriculum" a legal requirement. On the other side is MassResistance and pro-family allies who want to stop this and give parents the control.

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