10 Reasons to Walk Out on the Day of Silence

You don’t like the so-called “social issues”? Neither do I, but our side didn’t start this fight – the pro-aborts and the gender-confused did. If you make your sex life a political issue, I’m sorry to be the one to tell you this, but you have serious psychological issues that need to be addressed with a therapist or church pastor. And this crap (no pun intended) has no business in the public schools.

From the Illinois Family Institute:

A broad coalition of pro-family groups recommends that students stay away from school on Friday, April 20, 2012, the national “Day of Silence,” if the school is officially recognizing and/or allowing students and teachers to observe this event during instructional time by a silent protest. High schools and even some middle schools are now the targets of this event.

The Day of Silence is supposedly led by students, but actually led by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which describes itself as “championing LGBT issues in K-12 education since 1990.” Did you catch that– “K through 12”? Younger and younger students are the target of this group. The younger, the better because they are easier to manipulate.

The Day of Silence goal is not, as I am told frequently by outraged emails from misinformed students, to help end all bullying. The goal is to exploit the tender sympathies of kids to promote approval of homosexuality and gender confusion. The agenda is everything; Judeo-Christian morality is the enemy; and sadly, kids are the tools.

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