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The last few years homosexuality and sexual perversion have "exploded" into the mainstream. Legislation is now pending making same-sex marriages legal. Books such as Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy's Roommate, promoting homosexuality, are in our schools. According to The Washington Post, bisexuality and homosexuality, are the "in thing" in our public schools. And even churches are now welcoming homosexuals and are even ordaining them in the ministr

Kimmie, Adventures in Raising Girls 64 Comments [9/5/2010 7:56:33 PM]
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Since she mentions homosexuality and sexual perversion separately, does that mean she's saying that she doesn't think homosexuality is perversion?

9/6/2010 5:20:22 AM


You say all that as if it were a bad thing.
It's about time the majority of people stopped getting their morality from a questionable source like the Bible. It's a book of hate and bigotry that has been used over the centuries to terrorize the Jews, support slavery and the continued oppression of African Americans, the suppression of women and equal rights, and countless wars against people of different beliefs. The Christian Right's current vendetta against homosexual has all the ring of previous battles for "the very soul of America". Give it up, it's sounding as phoney as all the previous times.

9/6/2010 6:56:15 AM


When something has existed since the ancient Greeks, I highly doubit it's just because it's "in".

9/6/2010 7:07:51 AM


Kimmie is one of my new favorite crazy people.

9/6/2010 7:08:02 AM

The Lazy One

Ah, Kimmie, haven't seen you around in a while.

She's one of Zsuzsanna Anderson's best friends, so that should tell you something right there.

9/6/2010 7:13:41 AM

Zeus Almighty

"The last few years homosexuality and sexual perversion have 'exploded' into the mainstream."

No, in recent years people have become more tolerant, particularly the young, who also are becoming non-religious in large percentages. Which means that as the older generations die out the United States will become a more tolerant and less bible-god dick sucking of a society.
As much as I enjoy the mass panic that will cause amongst you hateful pricks, that also means inevitable violence as you assholes lash out against the tide of progress.

"Legislation is now pending making same-sex marriages legal."

Why do I get the impression that a few years ago you'd have written the same sentence, with the exception that instead of "same-sex marriages" you'd have typed "miscegenation?"

"Books such as Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy's Roommate, promoting homosexuality, are in our schools."

Holy fuck! They're teaching tolerance. It's the Debbil at work in our schools.

"According to The Washington Post, bisexuality and homosexuality, are the "in thing" in our public schools."

Heretic! Why do you care what those librul sources say? Only Fox "news" is fare 'n balunced.

9/6/2010 7:30:05 AM


Oh noes! Opinions have changed over time!

9/6/2010 8:12:09 AM

Thinking Allowed

Legislation is now pending making same-sex marriages legal.

Because if they don't it goes against two amendments of the U.S. Constitution.

Amendment 1
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or
of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition
the Government for a redress of grievances.

Amendment 14.1
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the
jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State
wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge
the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any
State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of
law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the

9/6/2010 8:45:42 AM


Tolerance?!? We can have that! How are fundies supposed to feel automatically superior to other people if we have tolerance?

9/6/2010 9:57:51 AM


Books such as "Heather Has Two Mommies" and "Daddy's Roommate" don't promote homosexuality. They just make people aware that such people exist and ought to be treated with the same respect we show to others. If there was a book about what it's like to live with blindness, and hints about how such people should be treated and respected, would that be "promoting blindness"? Would kids all start poking their eyes out so they could be blind, too?

9/6/2010 10:38:12 AM


Homosexuality is the in thing in public schools?! I guess things have really changed since the 2 years that I've been out of high school.

9/6/2010 11:15:34 AM

Old Viking

I remember having to read "The Red Badge of Courage." It promoted war.

9/6/2010 11:42:59 AM


Another dumb American panicking because of retarded religion and political lies believed by the large majority. What a ridiculous country!

9/6/2010 11:55:19 AM


I actually would like to some day read Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy's Roommate. I don't see what's wrong with having such books in high schools, at the very least. If you think homosexuality in books is bad, you should see a lot of the books in my high school library! Your head would explode!

I don't know if the high school I go to has those two books you mentioned, Kimmie, but I know for a fact that the staff there would have zero problem with putting them on the shelves. The only deciding factor would be money. I'm aware of three novels at our school library which depict homosexuality. These three novels don't even promote homosexuality — they just don't ignore the fact that it exists and that it might actually not be a bad thing. They deal with the protagonist's confusion, coming to terms with their homosexuality, and finding their place in a homophobic world. One of them doesn't even have homosexuality as the main theme — the protagonist's best friend turns out to be gay, and this doesn't come to light until near the end.

I doubt many — or even any — kids at my school have read any of these three books, or even know they're in our library. There are lots of books here that most kids in the school haven't read. They aren't being "promoted" — they're just there. They're available. What's the big deal? The staff at our school like their students to have a wide selection of reading material.

Homosexuality per se isn't the "in thing"; LGBT support is the "in thing". I.e., not being a bigoted discriminating prejudiced asshole is the "in thing". Fighting for equal rights is the "in thing" — now that racial equality and sex equality can stand on their own two feet, we're simply moving on to another issue. I don't see a problem with this. Equal rights for all should always be the "in thing".

9/6/2010 12:05:21 PM




Apparently nobody at The Washington Post has set foot in a public school recently, coming out while still in school is still guaranteed social suicide 99% of the time.

And apparently the people at TWP missed the massive news story regarding that girl that was barred from bringing her girlfriend to the prom.

Reading about stuff like that makes me so unbelieveably grateful that I live where I live and go to the school that I do.

At the school I go to, people honestly don't give a fuck if you're gay. Even in middle school, it wasn't much of a big deal. I remember that one of my classmates was pretty unpopular in grade 7. He was teased more than most (and I was one of those who teased, I'm ashamed to admit). But in grade 8 he became more sure of himself and was less afraid to be himself, and he gained more acceptance and respect from everyone because of it. His coming out almost seemed to seal the deal. I sensed that everyone respected him more for taking that risk.

9/6/2010 12:33:45 PM



Last year, I don't think anyone took a partner of the same sex to the prom (I didn't go), but I can almost guarantee that the school wouldn't have had a problem if someone had wanted to. Our school formed a gay-straight alliance last year and has a few LGBT posters on the bulletin board outside the library. We had a Health Day one year, and I remember there being a lot of LGBT material.

My friends and I have also done Day of Silence for three years now, and our teachers have always been very supportive. One of my teachers was positively gushing when I told her what the purpose of the Day of Silence was. Last year, when a couple of boys were teasing me about not talking, the teacher told them off and praised me and another boy for what we were doing.

Kimmie is so up-in-arms about schools seeming to "promote" homosexuality, but she doesn't realize that they wouldn't NEED to if homosexuals weren't discriminated against in the first place. If things were already equal among all orientations, then yeah, promoting homosexuality would elicit a "WTF?" from me. It would seem like a "homosexual supremacy" thing, and that would creep people out as much as white supremacy, black supremacy, female supremacy, male supremacy...any supremacy. But things aren't equal yet. When it's safe to "back down", we'll back down, but not a moment sooner. Got it?

9/6/2010 12:35:57 PM

Kevin Klawitter

to The Washington Post, bisexuality and homosexuality, are the "in thing" in our public schools.


9/6/2010 1:06:00 PM


In thing my ass, try holding hands with someone of the same gender almost anywhere. You'll get stares and glares. God Forbid I have a girlfriend too. Have you ever been made fun of your whole life because some dumb book said it was bad? No, then I would suggest madam that you go outside and promptly learn about your society and some decorum before you post some more filth.

9/6/2010 2:21:59 PM

Mrs. Antichrist

Yay for progress! Boo for dipshits who cling to the prejudices of the past.

9/6/2010 3:48:51 PM



As you can see, homosexuals are like Candlejack. Notice that they evidently caught poor Kimmie in the middle of her sentence, after all she did was type the word "homose

You win ten interne

9/6/2010 4:14:53 PM



Since she mentions homosexuality and sexual perversion separately, does that mean she's saying that she doesn't think homosexuality is perversion?

No, it means she's including other sexual perversions in her rant, not just homosexuality.

9/6/2010 5:35:57 PM

Oh no the children are learning that homosexuality is ok! Run for the hills.

9/6/2010 6:21:58 PM

According to Alfred Kinsey, I [asexual] am more deviant than the normal homosexual, and I accept that. However, I'd think I should be reviled more by biblefags than my gay compatriots would.

But nothing at all. It doesn't seem fair.

9/6/2010 6:35:57 PM


Oh, waa. Too bad, Kimmie, you'll just have to learn to live with it. Homosexuals aren't going away.

9/6/2010 6:47:54 PM


I know! Ain't it great!

9/7/2010 1:52:06 AM

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