A few days ago, a friend shared an email that demonstrates our tax dollars hard at work, pushing the homosexual agenda on our youngest citizens. She shared her concern and alarm in this email:
I don't know why it continues to stun me, seeing how far into the gutter our world is sinking. The newsletter even includes a link to a "resource" for "youth" called, "Who Am I? Exploring Your Sexuality," that encourages kids to "Be true to yourself," and "not be afraid of it" if they think they are LGBTQ. I guess there's no such thing as fleeing from sinful impulses any more. There's also a link that shows where to find LGBTQ community centers (such as the Harmony Cafe at Good Will in Green Bay), and one that tells kids how to find gay-friendly school groups.
Here's the letter our friend received. We share it here as a caution to those who probably don't realize this is happening right in our own backyards:
School is ending and summer is beginning, but there is another important event that may pass every year without your notice. June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month). Pride Month is celebrated at this time to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan. The Stonewall riots were a tipping point for the LGBT movement in the United States. Pride isn't all parades and festivals; it's about LGBT people being visible and embraced in our communities. (To learn more about the history of LGBT Pride in Wisconsin please visit, mkelgbthist.org.)
You may have already parented a youth who identifies as LGBT, or you may not have done so yet. We know that one part of growing up is figuring out one's identity. This includes sexual orientation and gender identity. These identities aren't something many non-LGBT people think about. However, for a little over 10% of youth, that identity will fall into the LGBT spectrum. You can help the children and youth in your home by supporting them through the process of figuring out who they are. They may even come out to you and share more about their feelings about their identities. Regardless, your support and understanding can help increase the child or youth's self-esteem and self-worth well into adulthood.
Whether you are LGBT, have an LGBT child in your home, or neither, everyone can celebrate pride. Here are some ideas for celebrating LGBT Pride Month:
- Rent a movie or watch a television show featuring or including LGBT characters with your family.
- Go to your local pride parade. (To find out when/where, contact the LGBT center nearest to you - see the Resources section below.)
- Do research as a family on the history of LGBT rights in this country and others.
- Visit your local LGBT center and ask what kinds of programming they offer.
- Volunteer at the LGBT Pride event nearest you.
If you, a child or youth in your care, or another individual needs more information, support, and resources, please remember that we are always here to help and support you all. Reach out any time: 1-800-762-8063, 414-475-1246, or firstname.lastname@example.org.