Saturday, October 13, 2007

Mass. Schools Push "Coming Out Day"

Schools across Massachusetts pushed their students to "COME OUT" as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender last Thursday, on the activist-declared "Coming Out Day," October 11.

At Newton South High School, a parent was aghast to see a poster in a classroom on back-to-school night proclaiming the upcoming event. In Bedford High School, the official announcements included it.

In Acton-Boxborough, students were reportedly hugging each other with the cheerful greeting, "Happy Coming Out Day!" Their fall play, "The Laramie Project", sends students to, where kids told they can "Make a Difference" if they "Come Out". That page links them to the Coming Out Project at Human Rights Campaign (including a Resource Guide), and the PFLAG organization (which recognizes no boundaries).

All of this is done without parental notification as required by law for HUMAN SEXUALITY ISSUES in the schools. But our school officials tell us that homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality are not about sex, but about "civil rights" and diversity!