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What really goes on at a school “gay straight alliance” club event – Part II
Recruiting kids to outside adult-led “gay” clubs; special “gay sex” aids; “gay” partner violence warnings & victim support groups
Targeting middle school and high school students!
Caution: graphic content
June 8 2016
Most people have no idea what goes on in the “gay straight alliance” (GSA) clubs in high schools (and now middle schools!) across America. Parents are told that these are simply “support” groups for youth. But in fact, it’s worse than anyone realizes.
As we’ve often warned people, these clubs bring kids into contact with radical homosexual and transgender activists. They encourage kids to feel comfortable engaging in homosexual and transgender activity. They provide the kids with sexually-oriented literature and paraphernalia, and a heavy dose of destructive LGBT ideology.
In our last post, we reported on the taxpayer-supported “Massachusetts Youth Pride” event, an annual gathering for middle school and high school “gay straight alliance” clubs from across the state. It was held on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the Boston City Hall Plaza. We were able to see first-hand what they’re really teaching the middle school and high school students whom they attract to these clubs, and the aberrant adults who are involved.
In that report and our accompanying video we showed some of the sexual paraphernalia being handed out to the kids. But there was a lot more.
Here are a few more of the “topics” from that event:
Recruiting kids to outside gay “youth” clubs run by adults
For the LGBT movement, the next step after a school GSA is to get kids to join outside homosexual (and transgender) organizations.
Since those groups are not connected with any public schools, they are free to do what they want without any supervision or age limit of participants. Their “official” age range is usually from about 12 years old to between 22 and 29 years old – a dangerous mix of aggressive young adults and children. And the adult leaders of the groups can be any age.
Here is some of what the kids were tempted with:
Special condoms for casual (and anonymous) anal sex
We almost didn’t include this because it is so disturbing. But this is what adult LGBT activists are giving to middle school and high school students -- along with their constant “gay is OK” message. (Caution: very graphic.)
The latest "safe sex" information that the LGBT activists are telling kids is to insert a so-called female condom in one's rectum before going out for casual or anonymous homosexual sex. (A "female condom" is made to be inserted in the vagina before heterosexual sex.) Apparently, this is especially important when boys are consorting with adult males who may not feel like putting on condoms themselves.
Thus, a condom package labeled "Catcher's Mitt for anal sex" was given out to kids at the Youth Pride event. The package consists of a cardboard sleeve over a female condom. On the back of the sleeve are instructions for inserting the female condom in the rectum.
And more . . .
This is your government at work! It's also where all the "Safe Schools" and the LGBT non-discrimination policies have led.
Warnings about LGBT partner violence
This is a chilling reminder about the often violent nature of homosexual relationships (which are statistically much worse than normal ones). At virtually every LGBT-related event – including most youth-oriented events -- there is literature about “gay” domestic violence given out and referrals to support groups. Youth are particularly vulnerable to "gay" sexual violence – including rape -- from their “adult partners”. It can be extremely vicious.
This has become such a problem that the Massachusetts State Budget now has line-item amounts of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund “LGBT domestic violence” programs.
But this is the environment that GSA clubs are ultimately moving innocent and vulnerable kids towards.
This is what they're not telling you about the "gay" clubs in the schools.
As disturbing as all of this is, it's not all there was at the Massachusetts Youth Pride event that day.
We have more posts from that event coming up: What they gave to the kids about transgenderism, religion, diseases, and more.
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