Middle School Apologizes for Gay Youth Organization's Inappropriate Talk
A middle school in Maine has issued an apology to parents after representatives of a support organization for young homosexuals spoke about sexual topics that were deemed inappropriate during the school's fifth annual "Diversity Day" event.
Gorham Middle School's Civil Rights team invited the Proud Rainbow Youth of Southern Maine (PRYSM) to speak to students about gender diversity and the difficulties lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth face as a result of discrimination, NBC affiliate WLBZ reports. During a question and answer session at the end of the presentation, however, the discussion turned to sex.
Some of the teachers reported the incident to the school's principal, Robert Riley, saying they felt uncomfortable with what was said during the presentation but didn't respond immediately because the comments were made so quickly....
"Its not diversity its perversity" is correct! What most large companies force their employees to endure once a year should be call perversity training, too. They want to train us to pretend to like what God hates in order to keep our jobs. But to grow as a Christian you must learn to "discriminate" between what God hates and what He loves - or you do not love Him.
Of course, that doesn't give us a license to be unkind to perverts. But if we don't smile on their evil that's the way it will be taken.
Just having these people on campus should be against the law. Its not diversity its perversity. Too bad they face opposition because they should. Too bad people are more willing to tolerate evil instead of expelled it. When they wake up this nation will be destroyed the roots of sin will ravage all foundations.