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Bullying, Peer Pressure and Gulf Coast Gives

Gulf Coast Gives is working to raise funds to bring homosexual activist Hudson Taylor to Sarasota, FL. According to their website:

"77% of all bullying victims are picked on due to sexual orientation, gender identity, or the perception of either. LGBT youth are up to five times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight counterparts. ALSO Out Youth is the only LGBT youth organization serving both Sarasota and Manatee Counties, providing advocacy, leadership, support, and outreach since 1992. Please support ALSO in bringing Hudson Taylor to Sarasota. Hudson, an outstanding athlete, is a committed LGBT advocate and founder of Athlete Ally."

The problem is the entire bullying campaign is a sham created by radical gay activist Kevin Jennings. Jennings is the founder of the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN). As MassResistance.org reports, "The homosexual movement in the public schools has always been based on lies and deception. But until the mid-1990s, they were still having difficulty getting into the schools. Then they found the key to their huge success -- what they call 're-framing the issue'".

So what does "re-framing the issue" mean?

It means changing the dialogue from homosexuality is bad behavior to bullying homosexuals is even worse behaior. How do you and I know this is the plan? Why just read what Jennings said in 1995:

Framing the Issue in Massachusetts
by Kevin Jennings, founder of GLSEN
From a speech entitled "Winning the Culture War"
presented at the
Human Rights Campaign Fund Leadership Conference
March 5, 1995

"If the Radical Right can succeed in portraying us as preying on children, we will lose. Their language -- "promoting homosexuality" is one example -- is laced with subtle and not-so- subtle innuendo that we are "after their kids." We must learn from the abortion struggle, where the clever claiming of the term "pro-life" allowed those who opposed abortion on demand to frame the issue to their advantage, to make sure that we do not allow ourselves to be painted into a corner before the debate even begins.

"In Massachusetts the effective reframing of this issue was the key to the success of the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth. We immediatelyseized upon the opponent's calling card--safety--and explained how homophobia represents a threat to students' safety by creating a climate where violence, name-calling, health problems, and suicide are common. Titling our report 'Making Schools Safe for Gay and Lesbian Youth,' we automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and left them back-pedaling from day one.

"Finding the effective frame for your community is the key to victory. It must be linked to universal values that everyone in the community has in common. In Massachusetts, no one could speak up against our frame and say, 'Why, yes, I do think students should kill themselves': this allowed us to set the terms for debate.

"In Massachusetts, we made creating an environment where youth could speak out our number one priority. We know that, confronted with real-life stories of youth who had suffered from homophobia, our opponents would have to attack people who had already been victimized once, which put them in a bully position from which it would be hard to emerge looking good. More importantly, we made sure these youth met with elected officials so that, the next time these officials had to vote on something, there would be a specific face and story attached to the issue. We wanted them to have an actual kid in mind when they had to cast their votes. We won the final vote in the Senate 33-7 as a result." [My emphasis]

Now do you understand how radicals gain access to our schools?

This is not bullying. It is peer pressure and is healthy. There are many bad behaviors such as smoking, under age drinking and drug abuse that are behaviors that cannot be condoned. Homosexuality falls into this category. Homosexuality is simply bad behavior that youth see as such and rightly pressure their peers to stop it. In Sarasota County over 70% of all HIV/AIDS cases are due to male sex with males.

I agree with Gulf Coast Gives that "LGBT youth are up to five times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight counterparts". Homosexuality, like drugs, harms young people if they experement with it. That is the greatest tragedy.

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Comment by Caitlin G on July 10, 2011 at 1:23pm
Here's a thought. I'm going on vacation in two days, which involves sharing a hotel room with two lesbians for five nights. If I come back gay, I'll concede that you lot have a point. If not, well...
Comment by Caitlin G on July 10, 2011 at 1:12pm
Canada, Sweden, the Netherlands, etc. have all legalized gay marriage, and none of them have crumbled because of it. Those who advocate for small government shouldn't also be advocating for government interference in the bedroom. Simple as that.
Comment by Dr. Rich Swier on July 10, 2011 at 11:19am

@Caitlin - you are on the wrong side of history. Please read my latest post to TPN:

http://www.teapartynation.com/profiles/blogs/marxism-and-the-mattac...

Comment by Caitlin G on July 10, 2011 at 11:08am
"Victim of hostile propaganda"? Right. Sure. If it makes you feel better, go with that. I'll just sit here content in the knowledge that I'm on the right side of history and that discrimination and bullying are never ever acceptable.
Comment by Chris Bee on July 9, 2011 at 11:08pm

Gay activism is based on widespread fraud.  It is the single most alarming issue from the standpoint of national security, based on "their" impact on lawmakers, judges, teachers and even doctors.

I likely can't convince you, but if you are still struggling to understand the nature of this terminally malignant phenomenon, you must spent time studying quoted MassResistance.org and http://americansfortruth.com/

 

This is a full blown invasion of hostile forces.  The most significant threat to USA since Cuban Missile Crisis.

I encourage all of you who understand the urgency of the issue to join in:

          http://teabook.org/group/concernedteaparents 

Schools have been under a siege from various "special interests", including GLSEN and the likes.  As they continue loosing in state referendums, their desperation is mounting.  Latest efforts in CA to teach children about "homosexual heroes" is a good example, all while Proposition 8 is pending!  Approval of gay "marriage" in NY, forced through intimidation and fraud, is another example of the threat from this direction.

 

I know: for some reason many of you do not feel comfortable talking about this issue.  But due to their devastating capabilities, it must be addressed.  We do not have a luxury of focusing on it as soon as other problems are solved.

 

To better educate you on the urgency of this threat, I am referring you to the story of Frank Turek, as presented

here:  http://americansfortruth.com/

This should open your eyes, if you still do not see GLBT for what it is.

 

I recommend it especially to people like Caitlin G, who is clearly a victim of hostile propaganda.

 

 

 

Comment by Caitlin G on July 7, 2011 at 10:52am
@Thomas: You don't have to condone it, but the way the church has addressed this issue has primarily made these teens afraid to speak at all. Christ commands us to love everyone, regardless of who they are, but the church is not showing the love right now. You have to be willing to listen to them before you can expect them to listen to you.
Comment by Thomas Angle on July 7, 2011 at 10:47am

How does a condoning a sinful act help anyone? They can talk and express themselves all they want. But if they do not recognize their sin, accept Jesus and repent. They will spend eternity in hell. They need to know that Jesus loves them and died for their sins. That gift is there for them to accept freely.

Comment by Caitlin G on July 7, 2011 at 10:35am
@Phil: When did I ever say that other kids aren't bullied? This article is about gay bullying, ergo I've been addressing the topic.
Comment by Caitlin G on July 7, 2011 at 10:28am
@Thomas: It is a belief, not a fact, and treating these kids like horrible sinners does no one any good. They're kids, for god's sake. Like I said before, if you really want to help them, listen to them. Let them talk. Don't try to shut them up or shove Bible verses down their throats. Let them feel comfortable enough to express their feelings and just talk. That's love.
Comment by Thomas Angle on July 7, 2011 at 10:26am
Almost forgot. So rape is not an attack? Because if you rape someone of the same sex, that is a homosexual act. If you commit a homosexual act, then you must be homosexual.

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