Middle School Forces Students To Ask for Lesbian Kiss, Pretend To Be On A Lesbian Date
No child of mine.
Proponents of the radical homosexual agenda are becoming bolder by the minute.
(Christian News) –Red Hook, New York – A recent anti-bullying presentation at a middle school in New York that focused on homosexuality and gender identity has angered parents after their daughters have come home to tell them they were forced to ask another girl for a kiss.
According to reports, the session occurred last week at Linden Avenue Middle School in Red Hook, New York, near Poughkeepsie. A group of students from Bard College led two workshops for the youth, separated by gender.
During the workshop for girls, the 13 and 14-year-olds were told to ask one another for a kiss. They were also taught words such as “pansexual” and “genderqueer.”
Parent Mandy Coon told reporters that her daughter was very uncomfortable with the exercise.
“She told me, ‘Mom, we all get teased and picked on enough; now I’m going to be called a lesbian because I had to ask another girl if I could kiss her,’” she lamented. “They also picked two girls to stand in front of the class and pretend they were lesbians on a date.”
Coon stated that she was especially irate over the matter because parents were given no warning about the presentations, nor an opportunity to opt out. She is also dismayed that college students were granted the right to come into the classroom and encourage her daughter to be sexually active.
However, both the school principal and the district superintendent are defending the workshops, and are advising that they will schedule more. Superintendent Paul Finch told The Poughkeepsie Journal that the presentation was “focused on improving culture, relationships, communication and self-perceptions.”
In other words –a brainwashing indoctrination workshop.
The superintendents statement:
Middle School Communication Workshop
I would like to thank the community members who attended the information meeting at Linden Avenue Middle School on Tuesday, April 16, to discuss the communication workshop for eighth grade students. For those community members not in attendance, the building principal outlined the topics discussed during the eighth grade sessions. These topics included: cultural stereotypes related to gender and gender identity, positive strategies for conflict resolution, and issues related to personal consent in relationships. All of these topics support our efforts to create a school environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, and bullying.
I appreciated the thoughtful dialogue about communication, supervision, and follow-up. I am confident that the middle school faculty will incorporate many of the suggestions into future programming. Dr. Zahedi, Mrs. Berardi, Mrs. Gaynor, and I remain available to all parents who would like additional clarification and/or would like to offer suggestions for future programming.
Paul Finch, Superintendent
Dr. Katie Zahedi, Principal, ext. 3256
Mrs. Jillian Berardi, Assistant Principal, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Linden Avenue Middle School
65 West Market Street, Red Hook, NY 12571Telephone: 845-758-2241
Paul Finch Superintendent of Schools, District Office
Phone: 845-758-2241, Ext. 4720
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