Pastor opposes ‘sex club’ at daughter’s high school

Posted on February 20, 2008. Filed under: Education Idiocy, Gay Agenda, Liberal Idiots |

No prayer, no “under God” in the pledge of allegiance, no “Christmas programs”, but we can have a club for gay, bi-sexual, and ‘gender-confused’ kids?? Yep, that’s the public schools for ya!

Pastor opposes ‘sex club’ at daughter’s high school
Jeff Johnson – OneNewsNow – 2/18/2008 11:00:00 AM

Ken Hutcherson, a pro-family pastor near Seattle, is objecting to the activities of what he calls a “sex club” in his daughter’s public high school — and to the fact that the club is allotted a whole day on the school calendar to promote its agenda. (Editor’s note: This story addresses mature subject matter not appropriate for children.)

Pastor Ken Hutcherson is developing a “history,” so to speak, with Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, Washington. When his daughter’s senior class invited the pro-family activist to speak on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, two pro-homosexual teachers interrupted the assembly. Hutcherson then had to remove his daughter from one of those teacher’s classrooms because of alleged harassment.

Now Hutcherson is upset because of a poster promoting the Gay Straight Alliance at the school. The poster displays silhouettes of three teenage couples — one male-female, one female-female, and one male-male — all embracing in front of a rainbow, as if they are about to kiss. It announces the weekly meetings of the GSA, a teacher-sponsored student group that promotes homosexuality, bi-sexuality, and gender confusion.

“Why are we promoting a sex club?” asks Hutcherson. “I mean, that’s what it is. We are allowing a sex club in our schools, promoting and giving them a day where all of the students have to choose whether they’re going to support it or not.”

The day to promote the GSA that Hutcherson refers to is the Day of Silence, an annual event during which students are encouraged to refuse to speak to show their solidarity with allegedly persecuted homosexual students. The pastor explains what typically transpires on that particular day.

“What you do is, you have students come to school on the Day of Silence and they’ve got to choose to wear armbands and be silent because they support the Gay Straight Alliance,” he says, “or … if you don’t stay silent and if you don’t wear this arm band, [you’re saying] you’re against gay rights.”

Even though 16 is the age of consent in the state of Washington, students as young as 14 attend Mount Si. That means children who cannot legally have sex can participate in what Hutcherson has labeled a “sex club.” The pastor says he is organizing parents and students to oppose the GSA and the Day of Silence. As he points out, no other club in the school is given a whole day to push its agenda.

LINK: http://www.onenewsnow.com/Education/Default.aspx?id=67479

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I am not surprised that a pastor spoke out against the support group for youth has irked. Home and or church would be a better place for discussing these sexual issues, but not many parents and a few churches have the compassion and skills to cope with these vital life issues for teens. Congrats to these educators and youth who are willing to deal openly with their sexuality questions.

This us one of the saddest things we have
ever heard of. We live in a godless world
where everyone cares only for themselves
and what they want to do. No matter who
it hearts. We are behind the Pastor 100%


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