Gay agenda creeping into all curriculum

Thursday, May 29, 2014
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

At their annual conference in Boston, LGBT teachers and homosexual activists revealed their continuing plans to push the gay agenda even further into schools.

It was GLSEN's 2014 Annual Conference where attendees introduced and discussed strategies for furthering homosexuality and transgender issues in the minds of students, according to Brian Camenker of MassResistance.

Camenker, Brian (MassResistance)“They want kids to feel comfortable around homosexuality and those issues, feel comfortable coming out, feel comfortable taking on those behaviors, feeling comfortable with everything about it,” he says.

He says the conference directly organizes and trains teachers to integrate the gay agenda throughout curriculum.

“You wouldn’t think you could integrate homosexuality into much, but they do by saying something like “a woman does this and her wife does this,” he explains. “They will bring in homosexual themed books. One of their favorites is to claim that historical figures - Eleanor Roosevelt, for example - were actually homosexual.”

Camenker says many parents are unaware of what is taking place, or many are afraid to say anything for fear of reprisals.

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