Friday, June 10, 2011

Anti-gay Bigot Randy Thomasson Is Trying to save California from the evil homosexuals...

So I was over at the Edge reading an article they did on a bill that is in front of California lawmakers which would require California schools to include teaching about the contributions that gay people have made to our society. Now of course there are the haters who are trying to turn this bill into a "homosexuals are out to recruit and take your children over to the dark side" agenda. It couldn't be further from the truth. But as we know that is their favorite fear tool tactic to get parents into a frenzy.

One of these anti-gay bigots is Randy Thomasson who runs a website called Saving is the biggest miss representation of his site, it should be called destroying California. This site is your typical right wing anti-gay, anti-gay marriage, fighting to protect the children, fighting to protect marriage and values and virtues and all that blah blah blah Bible beating bullshit. It's a laughable puke-fest. Now you know what I always say about people who are so homophobic?

Anyway dumbass Thomasson thinks that the bill is not fair because it doesn't also allow teachers to teach opposition to the LGBT lifestyle. Need I repeat dumbass again? The bill has nothing to do with teaching kids about gay sex, it is solely teaching the contributions that gays have made to our society and our gay-rights history.

The state Senate passed the Senate Bill 48, which is better known as the FAIR (Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful) Education Act, last month. And in the coming weeks, it will be presented to the state Assembly for approval. It would then go to Gov. Jerry Brown.

If signed, the FAIR Education Act would require schools to ensure that LGBT people are recognized in textbooks and ban discriminatory materials.

State Sen. Mark Leno [D-San Francisco] introduced the bill, which is an extension of the statewide celebration of Harvey Milk Day. It would include LGBT history and contributions into middle and high school history classes. California law already requires schools to highlight the contributions of women, African and Mexican Americans and entrepreneurs, among others. This would be the first law to require curriculum that highlights contributions by prominent LGBT individuals and groups.

Randy Thomasson, president of opposes the bill because he fears the impact of exposing children to the LGBT lifestyle.

'This is teaching children from kindergarten on up that the homosexual, bisexual, transsexual lifestyle is something to admire and consider for themselves.' he wrote on his website. Thomasson also worries that the measure does not allow for teachers to discuss the opposition to the LGBT movement and claims that the bill fails to mention what he believes are 'the negative consequences, that male homosexuality is the largest transmitter of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.'" deets here


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