Mission America’s Wildly Offensive, Scientifically Unsound Kids’ Guide to Homosexuality
The good Christians over at Mission America continue to take an extended sabbatical from feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and helping the impoverished to focus on what really matters – brainwashing children into hateful little anti-gay zombies.
Questions and Answers for Kids about Homosexuality answers the question that exactly zero children are actually asking, ‘What’s all this fuss about something called “gay”?’
Long ago, people all over the world saw that when grown-ups love each other, it’salmost always a man and a woman. And that’s how children are born, through amom and a dad loving each other. They hold hands, kiss and all that.
But once in a while, a man wants to date and love another man, or a woman wants to date and love a woman. Most cultures long ago decided this was very wrong. And they made rules againstit, for a lot of good reasons (more grown-up stuff). First of all, two men can nevercreate their own child. Neither can two women. And two men kissing– well, it just doesn’t seem right. That’s because it isn’t!
Some people claim they were “born” homosexual. But there is no well-accepted science that backs up that idea. Strong feelings are not proof of anything.
And, a lot of people who don’t even believe in God agree. From Asia to India to Africa to Latin America, most people now and throughout history agree that being homosexual or “gay” is wrong.
So if you hear that everyone thinks being “gay” is okay, don’t believe it—even if that person is a grown-up, or even if he leads a church. There are many, manypeople who still follow God’s teachings, still believe their common sense, and believe that romance, dating and marriage are for a boy and girl, a man and woman.
So, so gross. Read the whole thing below.
The only glimmer of hope here is that even as groups like Mission America stoop to lower and lower levels in their attempt to defame LGBT Americans, study after study shows that young people just aren’t interested in sipping the haterade. The majority of Americans, and an enormous majority of young Americans believe that being gay is not a sin, and even if it were, it’s hardly the type of thing you would demonize a person for.
The clock is ticking on the dinosaurs that publish hateful propaganda like this.
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