The Montgomery County Maryland School Board’s attempt to push on students an incredibly blatant course in sodomy-acceptance was stopped by federal judge Alexander Williams.
Details on this memorable case and support of the judge have been reported nationally – and with support of the judge – by U.S. News and World Report’s John Leo and by Amherst Professor Hadley Arkes in Washington’s Weekly Standard.
One of the significant results of this case is the fact that one of the plaintiffs was that Unmentionable-In-The-Old-Big-Media organization, Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays.
This is the organization which drives the Sodomy Lobby to its most desperate attempts at censorship and exclusion. For this organization has thousands of ex-homosexuals who – often with help from church organizations – have succeeded in kicking the homosexual habit.
In many cases, they have married and had children, which utterly demolishes the Sodomy Lobby’s claim that homosexuals are “born that way” – the so-called “gay gene” has never been proven scientifically.
Now, all parents in the United States who have anything to do with the National Parent-Teacher Association should request in no uncertain terms an explanation as to why the PTA has refused an ex-gay group’s request to exhibit at its annual convention, while at the same time welcoming a gay-activist organization and inviting it to present a workshop. Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays had its application to exhibit rejected because it supports former homosexuals. The National PTA, however, sought the attendance of PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians And Gays), a pro-homosexual advocacy group which believes in same-sex marriage.
Comprising 6 million members, the National PTA is the largest volunteer child-advocacy organization in the United States. One of its purposes is “to be inclusive in its efforts to represent and assist all who nurture and educate children.”
“As we indicated on the application, our purpose at the National PTA exhibit is to distribute educational publications promoting inclusive school environments for ex-gay students and educators,” said Regina Griggs, PFOX’s executive director. “We fit right in because one of the themes of this year’s National PTA convention is diversity. Ex-gays are people, too. And it’s about time the National PTA recognized that fact of life,” she added.