Originally posted by marg6043
This quote is what I mean on teaching tolerance to some, our society is not doing enough to help people learn that we are all humans and the same
under our creator.
I am tolerant but I don't want my kid at a "gay" prom or playing in a"gay" baseball team, is that being intolerant! you choose your sexual
orientation only after you are fully aware of the implications of such a step to your life.
I would never say to an adult-"hey! Your gay stay away!"
I respect his/her decision and I am happy for their happiness but I don't want impressionable kids to forced into thinking that being "gay" is
morally acceptable, by this video they plan to degrade the moral values of kids at school, that is not what we send our kids to school for!
Should they show a video about nudists or neo-nazis or Satanists or gangs or religious fundamentalism or other such social deviants as being socially
and morally acceptable?
Will you let you kids get on a path that is destructive to their welfare in the
future and lead to hate and discrimination against them in the future?
I you would then you don't deserve to have kids!
The Bible says in Proverbs that we are to “speak up for those who cannot speak up for themselves. For the weak and defenseless.” In this case the
children, for they are mental, moral and socioculturaly weak as they are
confused from school or rather the ACLU on what is right and acceptable!
When you are a teenager, you want to try everything out. You are not very sure of yourself or what is good for you, and you long to be accepted by
your peers. When you are not accepted, you start to wonder if something is wrong with you. You begin to explore different things in order to find an
answer. Many young men have been led down to the path of homosexuality during this crisis time. The homosexual lifestyle leads to high rates of
suicide, depression, HIV, drug abuse, STDs, and other pathogens. Acceptance of homosexuality may cause children to think, “I have another alternative
if I get rejected from my girlfriend.” Instead of training our children to resolve conflict and face their problems, we mess up their minds more by
saying, “we accept you and your wrong behavior as being ok.” Instead of trying to give a child an alternative to solve a problem, we as parents and
teachers should be teaching our children problem solving skills. How do you expect our children to be able to work with people if we don’t teach them
I don't mean that kids should hate homosexuals or resent them but that the choice should be put up for later when they are more mature. Its not like
saying -do you want cereal or toast for breakfast? Its much more complex and we must make sure that they have reached an age where they have adequate
wisdom and experience to make such a decision.