Homosexual lobby held fundraiser for new "Commission on GLBT Youth" at downtown Boston Hyatt Regency Nov. 12.
Announced latest direction: pushing transgenderism in public schools.
Their new slogan: "These kids are our kids!"
(See pictures and more below.)
Not only did the "Friends of the Commission on GLBT Youth " raise even more money to help the Massachusetts homosexual activists proselytize your kids (in addition to the hundreds of thousands in tax money they already get), but they announced the Commission's new direction: pushing transgenderism (which includes everything from cross-dressing to promoting operations to have your body mutilated to "change" your sex) in the public schools. The keynote speaker was a female-to-male, now a 21-year-old college student who has joined the group's Board of Directors. And they now include Bisexual and Transgender in their official name.
As the Boston homosexual newspaper "InNews Weekly" wrote:
"We no longer exist at the whim of the governor," said [Commission President Kathleen] Henry.
This distinction makes possible the addition to the organization's mission transgender youth like Shea Spencer Hardy, who sits on the board of directors, and who made this year's keynote address.
Hardy, a 21-year-old Berklee College of Music senior, described having to come out twice to his mother, first as a lesbian when he identified as a woman and then as a transgender person.
Read the full article here.
Naturally, the "Friends of the Governor's Commission on GLBT Youth" also has a website. Make no mistake about it -- these people are making big plans for Massachusetts schoolchildren this year.
At the "Sunnyside Brunch"
Here's the new official pamphlet (folded into thirds) now being distributed to potential donors and others. Besides repeating some of the usual pseudo-science propaganda, note the new "Friends of GLBT Youth" logo which uses the State House dome. But also note below the logo their chilling slogan: These kids are our kids. That should tell you everything you need to know about their mission!
As you walked into the Hyatt Regency,
the "Brunch / Silent Auction"
was right there at the top of the list. . .
As people came in, the "Sunnyside Brunch" is pretty lavish. Note the "woman" toward the left in
the shawl facing the
person in black. Is that . . . Grace Sterling Stowell, who began life as a man?
Yup! They actually
give out a yearly youth activism award in "her" name (as noted in the
article linked above).
All kinds of interesting donor types showed up. In the middle picture, the guy on the right
looks like a well-known activist physician.
At a homosexual-oriented event devoted to "youth", even a fundraiser, you can expect
a diverse crowd of adult types.
In the blue dress, schmoozing, is Kathleen Henry,
chairman of the Commission.
One of the tables of pro-homosexual parapernalia.
Another table of stuff . . .