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Spin control: If you're caught, just lie your way out!

Progression of statements by the homosexual lobby as they are cornered on giving out "The Little Black Book" to kids . . .

The organizer of the event, "Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network" (GLSEN) and other homosexual groups at first claimed it never happened. Immediately after book was exposed, they told the Boston media that the book was not at the conference, and that "the right wing" had mad up the story. Later, when the Fenway Community Health Center (a gay "health" group) admitted they had passed it out there, they all changed their story.

1. May 17, 2005 (Noon) -- MassResistance/Article 8 exposes "The Little Black Book" at press conference on Boston City Hall Plaza.

2. May 17 (Afternoon) -- Press release from GLSEN, after the news got out:

Recent allegations from the far right on the one year anniversary of same sex marriage about the 2005 GLSEN Boston Conference are categorically untrue. . . Sexually explicit materials of any kind are not permitted at the conference and would be in violation of clearly stated policy. . . We assign monitors to every workshop and event to assure that all policies are strictly enforced. Boston, MA (May 17, 2005)

3. May 18 -- GLSEN statements in next morning's Boston newspapers:

Boston Herald:

Sean Haley of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, which sponsored the April 30 event, denied the claim. "The allegations are simply lies," he said. "We assign monitors to every workshop and event to assure that all policies are strictly enforced. No such material from AAC (AIDS Action Committee, which produced the booklet) or anyone else were ever present."

Boston Globe:

Organizers of the conference and leaders from the AIDS Action Committee denied that the booklet was distributed at the conference.

4. May 18 (Later in the day) -- Public admission by gay "health" organization that they did, in fact, pass it out:

Fenway Community Health expressed regret for accidentally making available HIV prevention materials designed for people over 18 years of age at an April 30 conference attended by middle school and high school-age students, educators, public health workers, college students and others.

5. On May 19, all the other gay organizations changed their statements on their websites and admitted the book was passed out!