Monday, December 22, 2014
What carries more weight than the heartfelt experiences and information from an ex-gay person or a person who was “raised” by same-sex “parents”? Who can reasonably challenge my decision to wash my hands of the glbt community when some same-sex couples put their needs before the needs of their children? Today, whilst on patrol for material, I discovered a gem of an article by a woman who was victimized by her mother’s lesbian “love”.
“… I was raised by my biological mother and her same-sex partner. I have only a few fuzzy memories of my father: a phone call here and there, …
… She always knew she was gay and she wanted a chance to be happy with someone she really loved—with a woman.
… There was one need, however, that they could never meet no matter how much they loved me: the need for a father.
… but I cannot pretend that her decision to leave my father and raise me with another woman did not have long-term and devastating consequences for me. I am a casualty of same-sex parenting.
… When you are separated from a parent, for whatever reason, a wound is inflicted upon you. I ached for my father to love me. I ached for the father I knew I would never have. Losing my father was a tragedy in my life and it is a loss that I feel deeply every day. It’s a loss that can be ignored or numbed, for a short time, but never forgotten. Growing up without my dad colored everything about me. I had abandonment issues. I expected and feared that everyone close to me would leave me. Even as an adult I still grieve for what was taken from me. It wasn’t until my husband and I had children and I watched him with our kids that the full weight of what I’d lost with my own father hit me. And it hit me like a ton of bricks. Many people believe that so long as a child has two parents, gender doesn’t matter. But it does. I shouldn’t love my dad, but I do. I should love my “other mom,” but I don’t. I can’t change that, though I’ve definitely tried.
My relationship with my “other mom” was awkward. … I hated the times she would try to parent me by offering me comfort or discipline. I accepted her only as my mom’s partner, not as a parent.
As a child growing up within the gay community, I was exposed to a lot of inappropriate things very early on. From the adult toys and pornographic magnets in the local gay and lesbian bookstore, …
… Her happiness cost me a great deal. We have to recognize that all children of same-sex parents are being raised in brokenness. Something precious and irreplaceable has been taken from us. Two loving moms, or two dads, can never replace the lost parent.
… I was intentionally separated from my other biological parent and then told that “all that matters is love” and “love makes a family”. Love matters, but accepting and promoting same-sex parenting promotes the destruction of families, not the building of families. …”
Full, heartfelt story here.
Monday, December 15, 2014
How did the gingerbread man become the genderbread person? Apparently he was taken hostage by homofascists and forced to push the gay agenda into the minds of 13-year-olds without the consent of their parents.
This is what I shine the spotlight on. This is what the glbt community wants. The destruction of those who disagree with them, and unfettered access to the minds (and sometimes the bodies) of children. The leadership of the glbt community howls about the perceived violation of their civil rights, when it comes to the redefinition of marriage, and then turns around and violates the parental civil rights of those who disagree with their evil sexual acts.
“… Along with local area groups, some parents are irate that their children’s sex ed class at Acalanes High School in Lafayette is being taught by employees of Planned Parenthood without their prior knowledge. They are also fuming over the methods and materials being used, including a checklist that asks students if they are “ready for sex” and another worksheet that describes how to give and obtain consent, as well as a diagram that uses a "genderbread" person for lessons in gender identity.
… “[Parents] are very concerned,” Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute, a non-profit legal organization that is assisting the concerned parents, told FoxNews.com. “Planned Parenthood is not exactly the best when it comes to putting young people first.
“They get more grants from the promiscuity of children,” he added. “The material they have provided was material that mirrored their agenda.”
…one instructor threw a model of female reproductive organs at one student and that many felt the sessions were pressuring them to have sex.
…it was divergent from what they were taught at home,” Dacus said.
… the 13 and 14-year-old students are asked questions such as if they have water–based lubricants and condoms and if they could handle a possible infection or pregnancy. Another worksheet reads like a how-to on obtaining consent from a possible sexual partner and offers possible statements like “Do you want to go back to my place?” and “Is it OK if I take my pants off?”
… After completing the course, it was apparent that some of what was ‘taught’ went beyond what was represented on the opt-out form. This is disappointing to us, because we are actually strong supporters of teen sex education in a peer environment to complement our home-based discussions.”
Lyons added that he and his wife were dismayed by how the students were instructed.
…“We have not seen any documentation to indicate that distribution of the surveys complied with either Federal law of the California Education Code as to parental notification,”
… “Notably, the law does not merely require notice; it requires specific parental permission for this type of survey to be administered,” reads the letter.
Full story here.
Monday, December 1, 2014
This is a telling video. My favorite part is at 13:02.
When in a debate with someone who adheres to the word of God, a fool will either rage or laugh at the God-acknowledging person.