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Gay Fairy Tales for British Pupils
Homosexual kings, lesbian mothers and gay penguins -- these are the protagonists of a new type of schoolbook for British children. A pilot scheme run at elementary schools aims to raise sexually-tolerant students -- their parents are not amused.
Once upon a time a prince was looking for a suitable queen to be. He was introduced to one princess, two princesses … and fell in love with another prince. They married each other in a dream wedding and lived together happily ever after. Sounds like an underground gay comic? It isn't -- the text in question is a schoolbook.
Backing away from a controversial article that had said child molestation with "willing" children may not be harmful, and may, in some cases, even be beneficial, the American Psychological Association unveiled Wednesday a resolution condemning all "sexual relations between children and adults."
"After much pressure, the APA has begun to undo the damage wrought by its publication of a badly conceived article that has been hailed by such groups as the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA)," said FRC's Chief Spokesperson Janet Parshall. "It's a good first step, but now the APA needs to root out the pro-pedophilic academicians who are trying to normalize child abuse. And the APA should write to NAMBLA and strongly urge them not to use this article as justification for molesting young boys."
"NAMBLA should stop celebrating and touting this trashed study as justification for their perverse sexual desires for young boys," said FRC Senior Director of Legal Policy Jan LaRue. "We especially appreciate that the APA's general counsel is preparing amicus brief materials that could be adapted for use in any court of law to challenge any efforts to use the data in this or any other study to justify, condone, or normalize sexual interactions of any sort between children and adults. This has tremendous legal significance."
In his letter, Dr. Fowler, who had earlier defended the article on national television as "a good study," now acknowledges that the article is "inflammatory" and includes opinions "inconsistent" with APA's policy on child protection issues. He admits that APA "failed" to "evaluate the article based on its potential for misinforming the public policy process."
Originally posted by logician magician
Oh snap, the UK is trying to turn the population gay in order to reduce the populationz!