Ohio Middle School Encourages Students to 'Embrace Their Homosexual Feelings'

According to an Ohio middle school, gay is great, no matter what parents think.

Students as young as 11 years old at Van Buren Middle School in Kettering, Ohio are being taught that lesson. Christian parents are irate about the LGBTQ agenda that is being pushed in public schools that is undermining their family values.

Mission: America, a conservative blog, discussed a school assembly in Ohio that was held last week during National Coming Out Day.

According to the article, parents were not informed about the event planned for "Coming Out Day." There is at least one mother pushing back against what went down that day.

“It all happened at Van Buren Middle School in Kettering, a Dayton suburb. An 11-year-old boy reported to his mom that a special speaker addressed the students. Actor/author Maulik Pancholy related his experience believing he was ‘gay’ back in 6th grade and now encourages students to embrace their homosexual feelings. He’s written a book called The Best At It,” Linda Harvey, WND contributor, explained in her column for Mission: America.

“Pancholy was in the Dayton area as part of a tour promoting the book. Since he was also a voice on the popular Disney cartoon ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ during his speech he told the Kettering middle school students that one of the Phineas’ characters was ‘gay,’” she continued. “And the mom in question is sounding the alarm. She emailed a number of other Van Buren families …”

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The column quotes from the email, which points out that not only are school officials circumventing parents with important conversations about sex, they’re manipulating the issue of bullying to compel students to get on board with the program.

“Sharing one’s sexuality to 11-year-olds, many who aren’t even thinking about sex, has absolutely no place in our publicly funded schools. Why did they think this was appropriate? And why did they think it was okay to teach our children without our knowledge or consent? And on top of that, use our tax money to teach our children beliefs we disagree with?” the mother wrote.

“I’m assuming when confronted the school will fall back on their ‘anti-bullying’ facade, which I find ironic when you consider what is defined as bullying,” she continued. “As is well known, anyone who disagrees with this agenda is instantly labeled with hateful rhetoric and name-calling such as ‘homophobic,’ ‘bigot,’ or ‘hate group/hate speech,’ certainly not what any child wants to be called. Nor does any child want to singled out as hateful, when they’re anything but that.”

“I would certainly call that intimidating!” the mother added. “So, as the school hides behind the ‘anti-bullying’ façade to deceptively promote the LGBT agenda behind parents backs, it would appear by definition they are the big bullies here.”

This is  completely insane. These kids are 11 years old. Sex isn't even on their mind and they are being brainwashed that it's okay to be gay.

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Parents need to band together. How can anyone make an argument this is okay? It's not even close to being okay.