Thursday, March 06, 2008

Is there a Day of Silence in your child's school?

Friday, April 25, several thousand schools across the nation will be observing "Day of Silence (DOS)." DOS is a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools. American Family Association is joining other family-oriented groups in urging parents to keep their children at home that day if their local school is participating in the DOS project. By remaining silent, the intent of the pro-homosexual students is to disrupt the classes while promoting the homosexual lifestyle.

DOS is sponsored by an activist homosexual group, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). DOS leads the students to believe that every person who identifies as a homosexual, bisexual or cross-dresser is a victim of ongoing, unrelenting harassment and hate. Students are taught that homosexuality is a worthy lifestyle, homosexuality has few or no risks, and individuals are born homosexual and cannot change. Those who oppose such teaching are characterized as ignorant and hateful bigots.
On October 23rd, over 1400 students nationwide participated in a Day of Pro-life Silent Solidarity... Many of them were persecuted for disrupting the school day. As a former secondary school teacher, I think a few less students talking would be a welcome change, and suspect political correctness is respsonsible for deciding which protests are sanctioned by public schools.

1 comment:

mercyburst said...

I agree with your views on the Day of Silence. I can understand your point about staying home. On the otherhand, I don't believe any Christian supports brutality against sinners or anyone else.

I've proposed that Christians should go to school on that day and protest all forms of brutality including abortion brutality against the unborn, gay bashing, and racism.

Please take a look at my blog post on the subject at: