This landmark article has become a "bible" of the homosexual movement, and has since been widely re-published on the Internet and elsewhere. It outlines strategies and techniques for a successful widespread propaganda campaign to confuse and deceive the American people and demonize opponents. Like all propaganda, their methods are based not on solid intellectual arguments, but instead upon emotional manipulation of the public in an attempt to gain widespread sympathy and approval for homosexual behavior. As you read this, keep in mind that it was written in -- over two decades ago -- and look around to see how far the homosexual movement has gotten using these techniques. The first order of business is desensitization of the American public concerning gays and gay rights.
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A student-led club, it seeks to create a safe environment for all YHS students by advocating for tolerance, respect and equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their straight allies. Through education and advocacy, the GSA works to curb bullying against LGBT students, expand understanding between all students, and end discrimination. When victimization through bullying, verbal abuse, and physical violence is prevalent in a school, the entire school community experiences the consequences. When abuse against a particular group is perceived as acceptable, intergroup hatreds can become established
Jump to navigation. M any students participate in a wide range of school- or community-based extracurricular programs. Although there is strong evidence such programs promote healthy development e. GSAs are school-based extracurricular groups that provide a setting for LGBTQ students and their peer allies to receive support, socialize with one another, learn about LGBTQ issues, and advocate for equity and justice in schools. As GSAs become increasingly present in middle and high schools across the United States, 6 it is important to understand how they can be most effective.
But the more meetings she attended and the more events she talked herself into going to, little by little she began to open up. The group, she says, became her family. Without a GSA or student group to provide support and visibility, students are often left feeling alone and isolated.