Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Organization fights sex-activism in schools

Culture Guard president says B.C. parents are losing input into what their children are learning
Culture Guard president Kari Simpson speaks to a reporter about the Out in Schools anti-bullying program, which she alleges is a ploy to turn students into sex-activists. BCC file photo.
In my latest article on The B.C. Catholic website, I talked to Culture Guard president Kari Simpson who claims the gay activist website Out in Schools is out to lunch:
Kari Simpson is on the front lines of a culture war for the hearts and minds of B.C. students. Her organization, Culture Guard, has focused on Lower Mainland school boards that she says are indoctrinating students with sex activism.

"Governments have been put on notice that parents don't want their rights trampled," Simpson declared. "Any program with the word 'homophobic' is sending a clear political message."

Simpson believes parents are losing the right to educate their children, in favour of the state-mandated propaganda of homosexual "acceptance."

Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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