As a result of SB 48, all public school districts in California are under the following orders: 1) Textbooks and instructional materials must positively promote “lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans” as “role” models; 2) Children as young as 6 years old will be taught to admire homosexuality, same-sex “marriages,” bisexuality, and transsexuality (cross-dressing and “sex change” operations); 3) Children will be taught to support the political activism of so-called “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning” (LGBTIQ) political groups, as the bill requires “particular emphasis on portraying the role of these groups in contemporary society”; 4) Teachers will be made to positively portray homosexuality, same-sex “marriages,” bisexuality, and transsexuality, because to be silent can bring the charge of “reflecting adversely” or “promoting a discriminatory bias”; 5) School boards will be required to select textbooks and other instructional materials that positively portray “LGBT” lifestyles, because to be silent on these subjects opens them up to charges of “reflecting adversely” or “promoting a discriminatory bias”; 6) Parents will not be notified, nor will they be able to exempt their children, from this new core curriculum. SB 543, signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2010, allows school staff to remove children — aged 12 and up — from government schools and taken off-campus for counseling sessions, without parental permission or involvement. The purpose is to permit pro-homosexuality teachers and administrators to remove sexually confused children in 6th grade and up from campus and take them to pro-homosexuality counselors who will encourage them to embrace the homosexual lifestyle. Parents will never hear about it.
When kids are in the phase of casting about for role models and ideals does not seem to be the time to be promoting the idea that anything goes and that everything is permissable and equally viable. It is hard enough for kids to figure out who they are and who they want to become without muddying the water.
Inappropriately attributed to Dostoevsky was the quote that “if there is no God, then everything is permitted.” Unfortunately, the converse becomes truer, that if everything IS permitted, then there IS no God. Then EVERYTHING is permitted. Then there is no society.