Perhaps you missed the story about a Naperville, Illinois elementary school where third-grade teacher, Nicholas Cosme, a 25-year-old man who “paints his nails like a woman does—and is teaching eight-year-old boys” in his class at Elmwood Elementary School to do likewise... And to top it off, he read to his young students the picture book My Shadow is Pink, in which “a young boy who likes to wear dresses inspires his father to also wear a dress.”
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Tagged C.S. Lewis, Catholic, cross-dressing, Destiney Washington, Elmwood Elementary School, gender identity crisis, genetic sexual attraction, Glenn Singleton, grooming, Ibram X. Kendi, ichard J Kinsella Magnet School, Kathleen Cataford, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Kink, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez, Maria Perez, Muslim, My Shadow is Pink, Nicholas Cosme, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Paterson Elementary School, polyamory, pronouns, Robin DiAngelo, Wendell Perez, Zoophilia
You know that notorious slippery slope that sexual anarchists mockingly dismiss as a figment of conservatives’ hysterical imaginations? Surely you remember when conservatives argued that public approval of homoeroticism would lead ineluctably to public approval of other forms of sexual deviance. Well, here we are slip-slidin’ down that phantasmagorical slope all greased up with deviant sexuality.
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Tagged Alexis Tsoulis-Reay, Devin Jane Buckley, Ephebophilia, Hebephilia, incest, intergenerational love, Kathy Rudy, Minor Attraction, pedophilia, polyamory, The Cut, The Vagina Monologues, transgenderism, Zoophilia, zoosexuality
Parents, grandparents and Christian leaders must understand how morally and intellectually unmoored activists are corrupting our children. Many of these activists are teaching our children in our government schools. They propagandize in many ways, including through literature, direct instruction, and demagoguery. They propagate highly controversial beliefs without telling young students that the “explanations” are controversial, disputed, pagan-based, and devoid of scientific support.
Posted in Education, Marriage/Family/Culture, Sexuality
Tagged Bisexual, Eli Dinh, Gender Confusion, Gender Dyphoria, Laurel Dykstra, Lois Schwartz, Molly Dinh, pagan, polyamory, Ray Skyer, transgenderism, witchcraft
Illinois Democrats are hell-bent on passing a new law—the REACH Act —that will require every school-age child in Illinois government schools to be introduced to homosexuality and cross-sex impersonation through mandatory “comprehensive sex ed.” To be clear, that’s every child from kindergarten on up and in every school year. That’s in addition to the all the other pro-“LGBTQ” stuff in which leftists are drowning children...
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Tagged America, Big Brother, Comprehensive Sex Ed, crt, Culturally Responsive Teaching and Leading Standards, homosexuality, Illinois, Illinois Legislature, Leftists, LGBTQ, pandemic, pedophiles, polyamorists, polyamory, REACH Act, Republican, sex ed, STIs
Since diversity re-education is all the rage these days (and if Harris and her shadowy, confused puppet win the election will only get worse), I thought it might be helpful to publish the letter I emailed to Deerfield High School’s principal in about 2007 when I dropped out of an ongoing divisive diversity workshop due to the intolerance, close-mindedness, bigotry, and dishonesty of my un-collegial colleagues.
Posted in Education, Faith, Religious Liberty
Tagged crt, Deerfield High School's principal, diversity, diversity re-education, homosexuals, Kamala Harris, LIberals, Neil Postman, polyamory, ttolerance
If you haven’t been called it yet, surely, you’ve heard it: the ubiquitous epithet “transphobe.” It’s the evil spawn of “homophobe.” I don’t mean those accused of being “transphobes” are evil spawns of “homophobes.” I mean the term “transphobe” is the evil spawn of the spurious term “homophobe.” In a recent opinion piece in the New York Times, British writer...
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Tagged Bestiality, Gender, homophobe, homophobia, incest, polyamory, reality, sex, transphobe, Transphobia, “Juliet” Jacques
Just when you thought civilized first-world countries had deposited mythology and science-denying irrationality in the dustbin of history, the “trans” cult emerged seeking to force science-loving Americans to embrace the solipsistic, “trans”-centric worldview in which biological sex has neither reality nor meaning. Worse, you have ostensibly non-mentally ill school leaders capitulating to the “trans” cult’s absurd and offensive demands—people like Township High School District 211 superintendent Dr. Daniel Cates. Cates wants District 211—the largest high school district in Illinois with 12,000 students and five high schools—to sexually integrate locker rooms.
Cates wants to allow students who pretend to be …
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Tagged Body Integrity Identity Disorder, Daniel Cates, disease, genetic sexual attraction, infantilism, intergenerational love, Palatine-Schaumburg District 211, polyamory, racism, Sadomasochism, Transgender bathrooms, Zoophilia
I was part of an extended Facebook conversation with Chuck Colbert, a homosexual journalist from the Boston area who graduated from Notre Dame University but has renounced his Catholic faith and converted to Reform Judaism. He expressed virtually every fallacious claim that homosexual ideologues everywhere express—claims that conservatives should be prepared to refute. In the service of helping to equip IFI readers for such conversations, here are some of his claims (in boldface) followed by rebuttals.
1.) “Jesus said nothing about gay people.”
First, Jesus also says nothing about pedophilia, incest, rape, polyamory, sadomasochism, voyeurism, or infantilism. Are we …
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Tagged Bernadette Brooten, Boy Scouts of America, Brendan Eich, Chuck Colbert, Dr. Robert A. J. Gagnon, Frank Bruni, incest, infantilism, Louis Crompton, New York Times, pedophilia, polyamory, rape, Sadomasochism, Voyeurism
Conservatives, who warned that the arguments for same-sex marriage had no stopping point, were often mocked, dismissed, or ignored when we spoke of polygamy, incest, or polyamory relationships demanding special rights. Now, many same-sex marriage advocates have admitted that the slippery slope argument was true.
Some are setting the stage for special rights and recognition for multiple partner marriages in the same way they did for homosexual marriage. Notice how this homosexual activist lays the victimization groundwork in favor of misunderstood multiple partner relationships. In a recent article called “Why Polyamorous People Fear Coming Out” she writes:
One day after the [Obergerfell v. Hodges] ruling, I received a press release from Pro-Polygamy.com one of the largest Polygamy groups east of the Mississippi, located in Maine. Their slogan is “Polygamy: The Next Civil Rights Battle.” Last Sunday they followed up with another release of an editorial. Both items complain, “all that Kennedy declared about the importance of marriage to those who choose same sex marriage (SSM) equally applies to others who choose unrelated consenting adult polygamy (UCAP).”
Mark Henkle of Pro-Polygamy states, “for UCAPs, only one obstacle to freedom remains to be overcome – …
Written by Kathy Valente and Laurie Higgins
Marriage “progressives” ridiculed opponents of homosexual “marriage” when they suggested the next logical step would be the legalization of plural unions. The conservative argument is that if natural marriage is allowed to be redefined by jettisoning the central defining feature of sexual complementarity, the next feature to be jettisoned will be the criterion regarding numbers of partners. It’s been a little less than two weeks since Governor Patrick Quinn celebrated the signing of SB 10, which redefined marriage to allow two people of the same sex to “marry,” and the media are once …
It is clear from reactions to the U.S. Supreme Court rulings on same-sex “marriage” that many Americans do not understand the public purpose of marriage.
Marriage has a public and a private purpose. The public purpose of marriage is to unite men to women and both to any children they produce. Governments recognize marriage because it is an institution that benefits society and children like no other relationship. Where marriage declines, government grows, intrudes, and steps in to pick up the pieces.
Throughout history, in diverse cultures on every part of the globe, governments have understood that marriage is not …