Oregon schools and what they are doing to indoctrinate your children about homosexuality:
Today: National Day of Silence ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE
*Until our halls are free of put-downs and sexist, racist, and homophobic remarks, there are students who can’t feel safe at Lincoln. Today is the National Day of Silence. Today, all across the country, students are taking vows of silence to bring attention to anti-LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) bullying, name-calling, and harassment. GSA encourages you to be silent. If you choose to participate in the day of silence, be sure to come by the table in the main hall today to get a sticker, and a card to let teachers and classmates know what you are supporting. Nobody's safe until everybody's safe. (Brown)
Grant High School
If you would like to help end harassment & bullying in schools by participating in the National Day of Silence, sign-up in Activities and get supplies before school Friday morning in rm 122. Sponsored by GSA.
It goes on and on. Notice that these are not passive acceptance that this is going on but active encouragement and organization. There are, presumably taxpayer funded, supplies and literature given out as well as assembly time given to this propaganda. Instead of reading, writing and math they are learning that boys who want to pretend they are girls is normal.
Imagine the peer pressure to conform to this when your teachers clearly support it. I can also imagine many kids thinking "I can pretty much sleep in class and all I have to do is where this button that says I support gays? Sign me up!"
No matter how many times they say "it's for the children" keep in mind that a yes vote on a tax increase or bond measure just puts more money in the pot for this nonsense.