January 11, 2018
“No Name Calling Week” Warning
The Gay Lesbian Straight Network (GLSEN) is the group that has so successfully infiltrated schools by way of “Gay Straight Alliance Clubs” (GSAs) across the country. They have used the Equal Access Act, which was passed to allow Good News Clubs to meet in schools, to demand these GSAs be formed so students who identify as ‘gay’ will have a safe place. GLSEN claims the effort is student-led, but they give these students access to free materials and legal counsel if the school raises concerns. There used to be several GLSEN chapters in PA, but there are not any currently; however, there are GSAs in schools across the Commonwealth. All clubs are usually listed on your local school’s website. These clubs may go by other names such as Diversity Club. GLSEN not only provides resources to students, but also to teachers. To read some of those materials, click here
GLSEN projects include the Day of Silence in April and Ally Week in the fall and in January No Name Calling Week. That will be held January 15-19 this year.
The AFA of PA believes all students should be provided a safe learning environment, but does that mean students should be subjected to lessons that say ‘gay is okay’ or ‘people are born gay or transgender’ GLSEN, as do other homosexual activist groups, label all those who don’t agree with them as bigots, transphobes and homophobes. GLSEN’s No Name Calling Week is not about stopping all name calling in schools, but it is about showcasing homosexuals and transgenders and indoctrinate all student that homosexuality is okay and a boy can be a girl and vice versa. Click here to read one lesson plan for 9-12 graders. This is developed to be used during either one or two class sessions and will take 40-50 minutes each!
This indoctrination is taking place during a taxpayer funded school day! Is your local school using a portion of the day you paid for to indoctrination students that ‘gay is okay’ and/or that boys who think they are girls should be permitted to use the girls’ bathroom, locker and shower rooms? Why not give them a call and find out? You can click on this link and search all school districts by county. Make sure to check the box beside the words “School District” under the column heading “Public Entities (LEAs)” and use the drop down menu to choose the county you are seeking, before clicking on the blue “Search” button at the bottom left of the page. When the page opens with the listings, you will have the phone number to the district office and the link to the district’s website.