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Music teachers in Mass. schools being told to integrate full LGBT agenda into their classes.

Include “gay” composers, change words of “heterosexual” song lyrics, use gender-neutral pronouns, embrace “queer” ideology, etc.

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April 28, 2016

Now it’s school music classes that are in the crosshairs of the LGBT movement.

The Massachusetts Music Educators Association has published an article warning school music teachers across the state that they must provide “LGBTQ-friendly” classrooms or else risk having a “hostile” climate that impairs students’ academic success and mental health.

The article, published in the Spring 2016 edition of the Massachusetts Music Educators Journal, lays out a list of radical steps that music teachers should take in order to provide a “safe learning environment” for students. These include:

  • Incorporate LGBT composers and musicians into the curriculum
  • Change “heterosexual” lyrics in songs to be “queer” – and explain to students that not everyone is heterosexual.
  • Use gender-neutral pronouns, such as “ze” instead of “he” or “she”.
  • Do not use terms such as “boys” and “girls”, or have events where  males and females dress or act differently.
  • Share a list of LGBTQ-friendly resources, organizations, and websites with students. If possible, start a “gay-straight alliance” (GSA) club.
  • Refer students to LGBTQ-friendly guidance counselors.
  • Distribute material from the national LGBT organizations such as GLSEN. Become a proactive LGBTQ ally.
  • Provide homosexual and transgender role models for students. (And come out to your students if you’re L, G, B, T, or Q.)
  • Display LGBTQ “safe space” stickers in the classroom.
The latest addition to your school's music class.

The article stresses that these methods are not intended just for LGBTQ students, but for everybody. It says that “research shows that all students benefit” and “these actions will make everyone feel more safe and secure, regardless of their sexual and gender identities.”

Based on Kinsey

What “authority” does the author cite for all this? None other than the infamous Alfred Kinsey, who is often referenced by the homosexual movement and the sex-ed industry, though Kinsey’s work has been thoroughly debunked by researchers such as Dr. Judith Reisman. The author tells music teachers:

Though heterosexuality is most common, human sexuality varies greatly. In 1948, Alfred Kinsey established the notion of sexuality as a continuum based on his pioneering research. More recently, there are other theories and research that suggest human sexuality is fluid and can change over a person’s life.

The article explains that there are more “genders” than just male and female:

Though sexuality and gender are related, they are separate concepts. As with sexuality, there is a similarly pervasive belief that gender is a binary concept, meaning that a person is either male or female. Like sexual identity, gender identity can be fluid. Gender identity refers to one’s own internal sense of who one is.

The article goes on to define some of the various “genders” as: transgender, genderqueer, gender diverse, cross-dresser, cisgender, and transsexual.

Get it? And this is for music class!

Actually, kids just want to be kids.

It’s all about school “safety”

Years ago when national homosexual organizations such as GLSEN began pushing their “School Climate Surveys” in schools across the country, MassResistance and others began sounding the alarm that the results would be used to push more pervasive LGBT programs into the schools. However, these surveys are patently unscientific, and specifically designed to give the results the LGBT movement wants.

Sure enough, this article opens by citing the “alarming findings” of the National School Climate Survey about LGBT youth in American schools. It describes a “hostile climate” and general unsafe environment that permeates schools across America and causes terrible health problems as well as “lower educational outcomes and poorer psychological wellbeing.”  

The biggest problem, the author says, is that people believe that homosexuality is not normal.

Harassment and victimization of LGBT youth are due in large part to learned beliefs about sexuality and gender. Throughout our culture, there is the pervasive assumption that everyone is heterosexual. In essence, one learns to assume that all females are attracted to males and all males are attracted to females, and that anything that does not follow accordingly is considered abnormal. This is called heteronormativity.

The remedy to this, the author says:

The findings of the report suggest that administrators, teachers, parents, community members, and students must take an active role to help create inclusive and affirming classrooms and schools.

And then there are some other opinions

This article was mailed to us by a retired Massachusetts public school music teacher. (The journal is not published online.) The teacher was furious and told us, “This is a form of child abuse.” We agree. This is very dangerous.  

And do these classroom messages actually make all students feel safe? Quite the opposite. Here’s what one 10th grader wrote.

A very radical agenda in your schools

This indoctrination is what the LGBT movement has planned for your children and grandchildren. What you are reading here is not simply conjecture, or what is “coming up.” In many parts of the K-12 curriculum in schools across the country, it is already there. (And it’s no longer just in the “sex-ed” curriculum.)

The author, a professor of music education at U. Mass. Amherst, has written elsewhere of the plan to engage all new music teachers in this queer-theory approach to music instruction in their teacher-education programs.

Even more frightening are the numbers of teachers and school administrators that are already enthusiastically pushing this viewpoint on kids. We have seen that first hand. They believe they are part of a new civil rights movement. We have a generation of very radical people running our schools.

Their goal is to homosexualize every part of school curricula, and eventually every part of public life. As we’ve pointed out for years, much of it is being funded by major US corporations that all of us patronize.

Most disturbing of all is how few people even know this is happening. We are here to remedy that – and help you confront it.


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