Across Massachusetts (and the country) schools are celebrating "Ally Week" -- one of GLSEN's newer projects -- which promotes homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgenderism. This propaganda assault lasts all week, not just one day like their "Day of Silence" in April. And it's following immediately on the heels of the national "Coming Out Day" (Oct. 11) sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign. Plus there's a coordinated effort to push October as "GLBT history month." October is shaping up to be a dangerous month for your kids at public schools.
Posters in Acton-Boxborough High School (just west of Boston) read:
Monday - AIDS Awareness Day - Wear Red
Tuesday - Transgender Day* - Wear Yellow
Wednesday - InBetween** Day - Wear Green
Thursday - Blue Jeans Day - Wear blue jeans to show your support!
Friday - Matthew Sheppard [sic] Day*** - Wear Purple
*GLSEN's Ally Week site links directly to GLAAD's (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) page, linking kids to the National Center for Transgender Equality.
**Does this mean "bisexual"? or in between genders? or just anything "queer" they think of?
***The Matthew Shepard web site now has an expanded section appealing directly to young people called "Matthew's Place" and is promoting ALLY WEEK.