Saturday, March 12, 2005

Seventeen Magazine Pushing the Gay Agenda

It's not only the public schools pushing acceptance of homosexuality on your kids. It's popular magazines like Seventeen. In the April 2005 issue, there is a prominent piece, "am i gay?" . (Note the cutesy, all-lower-case title.) The title is superimposed on two lovely feminine faces, staring at you with a confused, open-mouthed, intent expression.

Well, let's see who the sources are for this article: The past president of the Gay & Lesbian Medical Association in San Francisco. A psychologist who wrote Mom, Dad, I'm Gay. The director of policy for PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians & Gays).

If the young reader is confused or "questioning", she is directed to,, or 888-THE-GLNH ("for confidential counseling about your sexuality"). GLSEN (Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network) is the radical homosexual activist group recruiting our children in schools across America.

"Do you think you might be bisexual or lesbian?" Step 1: Answer four questions, and "if you [answer] yes to any of these, you probably are attracted to other girls to some degree." Example: "Do you ever think about what it would feel like to kiss or make out with another girl?" (Emphasis in original.) If you answered yes, you need to go to Step 2: Are you "ready to come out?" Contact the helping organizations above.

Click here to contact the editors of Seventeen.