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Thursday, June 10, 2010

PTA stifles input from ex-gays

It would appear that the Pink Hand has more sway over the minds of our nation's young people than previously imagined...


"The National Parent Teacher Association has denied a pro-family organization that advocates for the ex-gay community, Parents and Friends of Ex-gays and Gays, the right to exhibit at the PTA's national convention, June 10-13, in Memphis, Tenn.


PFOX was told in a letter from the PTA's president, Charles J. "Chuck" Saylors, that PFOX's mission, goals and objectives were "not in harmony with the National PTA's Diversity and Inclusion Policy."...


A PTA spokesperson said the organization had no additional comment regarding PFOX, and neither Saylors nor PFOX could be reached for comment. However, the PTA's list of exhibitors for the national convention includes the Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Asked why PFLAG was allowed to be an exhibitor but not PFOX, Martinez said only that PFOX's mission and goals did not line up with the PTA's....



Why is it gay groups meet the PTA Diversity and Inclusion Policy but our families do not? 'Diversity' and 'inclusion' should mean exactly that -- diversity and inclusion of everyone," PFOX executive director Regina Griggs said in a statement. "... The PTA has become a left-wing advocacy group instead of serving the needs of all children."

Indeed, why does such liberal, group-think mentality that submits to the meaningless mantras of "diversity" and "inclusion" steadfastly refuse to heed it's own advice? The world is rife with the testimonies of people who were formerly gay and have later renounced such a destructive lifestyle. Why do I have a feeling that PFLAG will conveniently gloss over the fact that gays have dramatically lower life expectancies than heterosexuals along with much higher risks of mental disorders ? I believe the term we are looking for here is that such statistics represent "An Inconvenient Truth" that to face and meaningfully address would be eventually wind up questioning the commonly accepted, conventional "wisdom" on the topic that is churned out like political propaganda by left-wing elitists with their heads in the sand.

12 comments:

Gregg said...

This is a no-brainer and should be of no surprise.

Froggie said...

JD,
What does the link under "has more sway" supposed to link to?

SmartLX said...

So is the world rife with the testimonies of people who were "formerly gay" and haven't gone on to work for "ex-gay" organisations?

JD Curtis said...

It's to the cited article and I just fixed the link.

Thank you for your help Froggie.

Ginx said...
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JD Curtis said...

You are complaining about the silencing of someone who agrees with you... while you silence people who disagree with you on your own blog...

I believe that you are referring to the fact that you are banned here Ginx. This after being you referred to me as a bigot multiple times but when asked to provide evidence of said bigotry, none is put forward. None.

Again, the entire archive of this blog is yours. If you can come up with ONE SINGLE example of my alleged bigotry, please post it here for all to see.

If you are unable to, then a simple, "I was wrong" would suffice to end such a banning as in your case.

As I have previoously mentioned, my wife IS BLACK, along with her entire side of the family.

Should you doubt this little fact for one moment, simply click on the "Blastonik" link which has been up on this blog for many months, which is located on the left margin and see the website of one of my in-laws.

You validate the idea that gay people need to be fixed by pointing out that people believe it

I stated nothing of the sort. Gays have every right to find their own way to Hell that you and everyone else does. Odd that the life expectancy/mental health issues arent disputed with anything resembling pertinent FACTS. That just might lead to something resembling intelligent discussion.

Froggie said...

Yup. Retarded. :> That seals it.

Plus, there is a high incidence of latent homosexuality in homophobic men, JD.

JD Curtis said...

And what does that say about those that defend such tendencies? Hmmmm.

I'll endeavor to keep a "firm grip on the soap" when around you Frogster.

Ginx said...
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JD Curtis said...

To show what a heckuva guy I am, I left your comment up all day Ginx before deleting it.

You would have been better served providing at least 1 shred of evidence concerning my alleged bigotry.

Now please go away.

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