Gay Reporter admits agenda is to ‘indoctrinate schoolchildren’


Although it’s been perfectly clear to most conservatives all along that the gay agenda includes “indoctrinating” schoolchildren to the homosexual lifestyle, no one from that community has actually come out and openly admitted it. That is, until now.

LifeSiteNews reports (emphasis mine):

As the same-sex “marriage” battle heats up again in New York, one writer at a prominent gay news source is questioning why his lobby refuses to admit that the gay agenda involves “indoctrinating” schoolchildren to accept homosexuality.

Queerty contributor Daniel Villarreal criticized the homosexual movement’s knee-jerk reaction against accusations of meddling in public schools. Villarreal pointed to a recent National Organization for Marriage (NOM) ad launched in New York that points out how homosexual indoctrination has been introduced in Massachusetts and California schools.

While gay activists usually deny that they want to indoctrinate children, said Villarreal, “let’s face it — that’s a lie.” “We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it,” he wrote.

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With all the subcultures and cults and followings and social groups and gangs and religions and companys and brand names and -fill in the blank- trying to indoctrinate children, does it not seem scary that they can now just lobby for legislation to advance their cause in a classroom? If I have kids, they are going to some kind of private school where teachers are not pushing agendas, or else they are not going to go to school ever.

that is definetly wrong, wrong wrong, even as it is, there is a danger for them to even mingle around children,so even less teaching them of their sexuality, the children will learn soon enough of all the deviation existing in a society, and the parents should be very firm about it to refuse any of it.


People are just beginning to wake up to the fact that math, english, science, etc. are being relegated to bottom of the list of items public schools teach our children.

The priorities of our schools have gotten out of touch with what hey where inteneded to be. A lot like colleges in the sixties and seventies.

Finally they admit their real agenda.

We are so glad that our kids graduated years ago from a small town with only one H. School. Everyone still said the pledge, and a prayer at the start of the day. No shootings, no teachers attacked in the classrooms, and or halls, no cops with guns roaming the school, and grounds, and kids still got whacked by the coaches. The next year after our daughter graduated they stopped the prayer, and the “physical abuse of student”. It was all down hill from there. Too many new teachers moved into our little town and made a stink about it. Now that small little H. School has grown into a large school riddled with drugs and different gangs, metal detectors at the doors, three full time cops, kids dress like they are at the beach, teachers are attacked, teachers getting caught messing around with students,etc… My daughter came back to teach there after college. She can’t understand how our society fell apart so quick. We even had kids bringing guns to school, and one was shot and killed. Yet all the liberals can tell us is how bad our society was before we all became “enlightened”. They can stick the “enlightened where the sun don’t shine.

More just came out of the closet:
To The Gay Left, Is Marriage Only A Means To A More Radically Polarizing End?

Times op-ed columnist Ross Douthat: [Gay marriage supporters (called “liberationists”)] “hope that gay marriage will help knock marriage off its cultural pedestal altogether.”

“If traditional marriage becomes the “gold standard” for relationships both gay and straight, the gay marriage movement will have “failed in its deeper mission.”

So….what do these gay marriage supporters REALLY want?
Gay activist and columnist Dan Savage: “……..a variety of partnered arrangements, from strict monogamy to wide openness……”

Put domestic partnership on an equal legal footing with marriage.

Columbia University Law Professor Katherine M. Franke, a gay marriage supporter, was championing the next step……”alternatives to marriage,” explained in the Times:

“Winning the right to marry is one thing; being forced to marry is quite another. How’s that? If the rollout of marriage equality in other states, like Massachusetts, is any guide, lesbian and gay people who have obtained health and other benefits for their domestic partners will be required by both public and private employers to marry their partners in order to keep those rights. In other words, “winning” the right to marry may mean “losing” the rights we have now as domestic partners, as we’ll be folded into the all-or-nothing world of marriage … This moment provides an opportunity to reconsider whether we ought to force people to marry — whether they be gay or straight — to have their committed relationships recognized and valued.”

All quotes linked and see also the amazing comments at the Gay Patriot.