Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Califonia Bill That Forces Schools To Re-Write Text Books To Encourage (LGBT) Lifestyles Passes

Becky Yeh - OneNewsNow California correspondent
3/29/2011 4:10:00 AM
California bill mandating that public school textbooks be re-written to encourage "gay," lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) lifestyles passed the Senate Committee on Education Wednesday.

Senate Bill 48, proposed by openly homosexual senator Mark Leno of San Francisco, passed the committee in a 6-3-1 vote. The bill would require that teachers and textbooks present alternate lifestyles in a positive light, with instruction in subjects such as history, psychology, political science, and communication in public school classrooms. The ten-member committee, comprised mainly of Democrats, unanimously favored the bill, backed by Equality California and the Gay Straight Alliance Network.

Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, contends S.B. 48 forces children of all ages to admire LGBT figures as role models.

"This shows that you cannot trust the Democrat legislators, the homosexual agenda people at all, and you cannot trust the teachers unions -- the California Teachers Association [and] the California Federation of Teachers boldly and brashly supported this bill in committee," he charges. "They want children in the classrooms statewide to be taught that they can be homosexual or bisexual or transsexual -- or they ought to be -- and that they'll enjoy it."

The pro-family activist urges Californians to contact their elected officials in Sacramento with instructions to oppose the anti-family legislation.

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