Today is the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) “Day of Silence” in which it asks students to remain silent throughout the school day in order to show support for those who identify as homosexual. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA) has contacted many of the schools which have participated in the past, asking them if they will permit students to refuse to respond to questions directed at them during instructional time as a part of the Day of Silence protest. The AFA of PA has asked those schools which have students participating to not permit them to remain silent when called upon by a teacher during class time.
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Today the Williams Institute, which ‘advances sexual orientation law and public policy,’ released a study proclaiming that 1.7 percent of the nation’s population identify as ‘gay or lesbian,’ 1.8% are bisexual and about 700,000 identify as transgender. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-family group, notes that this continues the trend of homosexual advocacy groups backing away from the Alfred Kinsey claim that homosexuals make up 10 percent of the US population.
Last December the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA) joined others in signing onto a statement condemning the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPCL) for falsely listing pro-family groups as hate groups. Within days of that statement appearing as full page ads in two Washington, DC newspapers, the AFA of PA received a letter from J. Richard Cohen, President and CEO of the SPLC.
In 2006 there were 30,000 new HIV infections among men who have sex with men. The politically correct approach to stopping the pandemic of AIDS is not working. Engaging in the homosexual lifestyle must be discouraged, not met with approval.
Seventeen of twenty-nine member committee to investigate possible HIV infections of veterans voted to allow open homosexuals in the military. CDC reports 53% of new HIV infections are men who have sex with men.
The Millennium March on Washington for Equality Agenda April 30, 2000 One of the primary objectives of the Millennium March is to rally the GLBT community around a common political agenda. However, the process by which that agenda is established has been the subject of much controversy, and there is no single set of priorities […]
PLATFORM OF THE 1993 MARCH ON WASHINGTON FOR LESBIAN, GAY, AND BI EQUAL RIGHTS AND LIBERATION Action Statement Preamble to the Platform The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender movement recognizes that our quest for social justice fundamentally links us to the struggles against racism and sexism, class bias, economic injustice and religious intolerance. We must […]
THE 1987 MARCH ON WASHINGTON Explanation: The demands of the marchers come from brochures and pamphlets printed either by the national march office or its local committees. Actual demands are in bold print; underneath are quotes taken from an eight-page official statement, which elaborates on the demands. 1. The legal recognition of lesbian and gay […]
Matt Foreman, Executive Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, shock convention goers by referring to CDC statistics and declaring “HIV is a gay disease.”