"Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Appreciation Day" at a Massachusetts high school. Your tax dollars at work
Radical homosexual/transgender handouts (see below) given to kids
March 2, 2009
On Dec. 17, 2008, Newton North High School, in Newton, MA held a school-wide "Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Awareness Day", which included an entire day of homosexual-related presentations, workshops, and activities. It was paid for with your tax dollars -- just one of the things that the $850,000 given to the infamous Massachusetts Commission on Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth pays for.
It's not surprising that transgenderism and cross-dressing were a main part of what they want to push to teenagers. That's the homosexual movement's theme this year. But there was also a lot of other heavy propaganda, including major recruitment for kids to join a number of outside homosexual groups and become part of the "gay movement". These groups particularly look for what they call "allies" - confused kids that they make into activists and then ease them into various homosexual-related activities.
As you can see below, it's very slick and tailored perfectly for kids who may be uneasy, a bit confused, and vulnerable, but want to be "cool" and accepted by a group.
Handouts given to students:
Reluctant to release the handouts
Not surprisingly , when we requested a copy of everything they handed out to kids that day, the school administrators at first tried to refuse, and even consulted their lawyers. Fortunately, their lawyers told them that the handouts consisted of public records and eventually we'd get them if we wanted them. So they gave in.
Part of national push
Much of this is part of the homosexual group GLSEN's national project to promote transgenderism in schools across America, called the TransAction project. GLSEN is a member of the Massachusetts Commission on Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth, spending your tax money for their agenda.