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We also have a Spanish version of this booklet available, plus a downloadable Chinese translation. Download text in printable pdf format. Anyone who thinks that same-sex “marriage” is a benign eccentricity which won’t affect the average person should consider what it has done to Massachusetts since 2004. It’s become a hammer to force the acceptance and normalization of homosexuality on everyone.

What has happened in the last several years is truly frightening. On November 18, 2003, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court announced its Goodridge opinion, declaring that it was unconstitutional not to allow same-sex “marriage. Six months later, despite public outrage, homosexual “weddings” began to take place. And that was just the beginning . The public schools The homosexual “marriage” onslaught in public schools across the state started soon after the November 2003 court ruling.

At my own children’s high school there was a school-wide assembly to celebrate same-sex “marriage” in early December 2003. It featured an array of speakers, including teachers at the school who announced that they would be “marrying” their same-sex partners and starting families, either through adoption or artificial insemination. Literature on same-sex marriage – how it is now a normal part of society – was handed out to the students. Within months it was brought into the middle schools. In September 2004, an 8th-grade teacher in Brookline, Mass. National Public Radio that the marriage ruling had opened up the door for teaching homosexuality.

In my mind, I know that, ‘OK, this is legal now. If somebody wants to challenge me, I’ll say, ‘Give me a break. It’s legal now,'” she told NPR. By the following year it was in elementary school curricula – with hostility toward parents who disagreed.

King, about two men who fall in love and marry each other, ending with a picture of them kissing. When parents Robb and Robin Wirthlin complained, they were told that the school had no obligation to notify them or allow them to opt their child out. In 2007 a federal judge ruled that because of “gay marriage” in Massachusetts, parents have no rights regarding the teaching of homosexual relationships in schools. The previous year the Parkers and Wirthlins had filed a federal civil rights lawsuit to force the schools to notify parents and allow them to opt out their elementary-school children when homosexual-related subjects were taught. Think about that: Because same-sex marriage is “legal,” federal judges have ruled that the schools now have a duty to portray homosexual relationships as normal to children, despite what parents think or believe! School libraries have also radically changed. School libraries across the state, from elementary school to high school, now have expanding shelves of books to normalize homosexual behavior and “lifestyle” in the minds of kids, some of them quite explicit and even pornographic.

Parents’ complaints are ignored or met with hostility. A large, slick hardcover book celebrating Massachusetts homosexual marriages began to appear in many school libraries across the state. Titled Courting Equality, it was supplied to schools by a major homosexual activist organization. Its apparent purpose was to teach kids that “gay marriage” was a great civil rights victory.

It has become commonplace in Massachusetts schools for teachers to display photos of their same-sex “spouses” and occasionally bring their “spouses” to school functions. At one point, both high schools in my own town had principals who were “married” to their same-sex partners who came to school and were introduced to the students. Gay days” in schools are considered necessary to fight “intolerance” against same-sex relationships. Hundreds of high schools and even middle schools across the state now hold “gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender days. In my own town, a school committee member announced that combating “homophobia” was now a top priority.

The schools not only “celebrate” homosexual marriage, but have moved beyond to promote other behaviors such as cross-dressing and transsexuality. As a result, many more children in Massachusetts appear to be self-identifying as “gay. Once homosexuality is normalized, all boundaries begin to come down. The state-funded Commission on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth, which goes into schools with homosexual and transgender programs and activities for children, includes prominent activists who are transsexuals. In 2006 a cross-dressing man undergoing a sex-change operation was brought into a third-grade class in Newton to teach the children that there are now “different kinds of families. School officials told a mother that her complaints to the principal were considered “inappropriate behavior”!

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