Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Words Fail Me Dept.

     For many years, people were warned about the importance of keeping homosexuals away from the young – that the homosexual community must proselytize, since it cannot reproduce – and it appears the proof has arrived:

     A new web series called "Queer Kids Stuff" aimed at preschoolers (yes, you read that right) is now attempting to teach those barely out of diapers what the phrases "gay," "bisexual," and "transgender" mean.

     In the opening minutes of the first show, the host tells a teddy bear, as well as innocent viewers, that "gay means love."

     Although no U.S. preschool programs have indicated yet that they will embrace the series, it may only be a matter of time.

     The creators of this “series” are enthusiastic about its prospects:

     "These are the years of the W's: who, what, when, and why," series creator Amer [no other name given] told The Huffington Post. "These ages are when children are learning and soaking up everything they can about the world they were pretty recently introduced to. While they are learning about the world, they are also beginning to form their own opinions about the things in this world."

     Amer also said, "If they aren't seeing queerness in their world (particularly in their media), how can they know to ask questions and spark conversations (as many parents won't do this themselves)? And what happens if the first time they are introduced to a queer topic, it has a negative connotation? As soon as that happens, it is far more difficult to undo that moment than it is to simply introduce the topic truthfully and positively first."

     [JamesMichael] Nichols is ecstatic about this new vehicle toting the LGBT agenda. "We're super excited about this project and can't wait to see what's ahead," he wrote. "Check out the first episode, "What Does Gay Mean?..."

     So without this series, young children’s first exposure to “queerness” will bear “a negative connotation” -- ? Gee, I wonder why? Might it have something to do with homosexuals’ obvious departure from biological normality? Or perhaps from homosexuals’ flaunting of outrageous behavior, so frequently trumpeted in the news? Or perhaps from simple, innate revulsion?

     As if more were necessary, in the very same online edition of Fox News, we have this story:

     Gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals reported more health problems than straight men and women, in a large U.S. survey.

     For the first time since its launch in 1957, the National Health Interview Survey in 2013 and 2014 included a question about sexual orientation.

     With nearly 69,000 participants, the survey revealed that lesbian, gay and bisexual adults "were more likely to report impaired physical and mental health, heavy alcohol consumption, and heavy cigarette use, potentially due to the stressors that (they) experience as a result of interpersonal and structural discrimination," researchers wrote online June 28 in JAMA Internal Medicine.

     Please read the whole thing. Sample sizes matter, and in this study the samples of non-heterosexuals were far smaller than that of heterosexuals; therefore, it pays to reserve final judgment on the results. However, there’s been considerable evidence amassed over the years that points in this direction. The studies on comparative lifespans and suicide rates are especially troubling.

     Homosexual proselytization efforts are peaking. If they penetrate the preschools, there’s nothing they won’t reach. Parents of toddlers and grade-schoolers are well advised to beware.

3 comments:

  1. "69,000 participants" The number is, of course, a complete coincidence.

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  2. I've known homosexual men to be "recruiting" since the 1980's, and having tupperware-like parties to exchange techniques and target selection info. Best defense: don't drink with strange men, with pre-gay Boy Scouts as a close second.

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  3. "If they aren't seeing 'queerness'..." Definition time, folks. And, no, "Amer", "gay" does not mean 'love'. God is love, and 'gay'means 'abomination.' Not judging, just agreeing with God's Word.
    God said it, I believe it, and that settles it. Deal with it.-Grandpa

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