Thursday, April 10, 2008

"Why Would Someone Do This?"

The post that you are about to read is EXTREMELY sexually graphic with very disturbing accounts of what middle school aged children were taught at a Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) workshop on March 25, 2000.

The statewide conference, called "Teach-Out," was sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Education, the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth, and GLSEN.
The kit in the picture above is for "fisting" that was distributed by Planned Parenthood at Fistgate II, which can also be used for homosexual oral sex.

Click HERE to read full GRAPHIC post about "Teach-Out".

Click HERE for the archives on the "Fistgate" workshop.

Click HERE for more information about the Planned Parenthood kit.
I pondered upon the idea of even publishing this post due to its graphic nature. The only way to spread the truth of what the radical homosexual community is teaching our children is to show and present to you the raw material. I do apologize for the graphic details of this workshop, but I am not sorry for telling you the TRUTH!

24 Comments:

Blogger Lynne said...

Why would someone do this? You mean hold a conference in which one of the sessions was on fisting? Malignant narcissism (see Tammy Bruce's book, the Death of Right and Wrong).

4:22 PM, April 10, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why would someone create a web site to insinuate all gays and lesbians are radical, and sexually depraved???

Why would you not look into this accusation and find the actual truth instead of spreading this right wing propaganda started by a hate group?

Why do you continually regurgitate the same old tired half truths and lies of the religious right, whose evil anti-gay agenda seeks to stamp out any equal rights for gay and lesbians?

Why can't you see past the end of your own nose?


Why? Why? Why?

6:46 AM, April 11, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Anonymous,

You said:

"Why would someone create a web site to insinuate all gays and lesbians are radical, and sexually depraved???"

Where am I either insinuating this or suggesting this?

You followed up with:

"Why would you not look into this accusation and find the actual truth instead of spreading this right wing propaganda started by a hate group? "

What is the actual truth Anonymous. What hate group is spreading right wing propaganda?

What are the "same old tired half truths and lies of the religious right...?"

What does the "...evil anti-gay agenda" consist of?

4:21 PM, April 11, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The question should not be so much why someone would do it but why not. There are a lot of foods that I would not enjoy on a regular basis today if my Mother hadn’t coaxed me into trying them first. My wife and I have tried numerous sexual techniques, some we’ve liked and some not, those we didn’t enjoy we didn’t try again unless we thought we might have done something wrong. That’s experimentation, and it’s a good thing.

Ken Weaver

6:28 PM, April 11, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

Your messed up dude!!

Why would I, or anyone else for that matter, want to experiment with dangerous behaviors?

Messed up!!

7:18 PM, April 12, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Why would I, or anyone else for that matter, want to experiment with dangerous behaviors?”

Scia, do you remember being young at all? Like when you got behind the wheel of your dad’s sports car by yourself for the first time? Or any fast car for that matter? Did you go on to the highway or a rarely used road on the outskirts of town and put that gas pedal down to the floor just to see if you could? Did you take that car faster than 100 mph? Was your heart pounding so hard that you felt like it could nearly burst? Was that dangerous? Was it fun? Did you ever make out with a girl in her house and her parents were home, scared to death that her dad might walk in at any moment? Was that dangerous? Was it fun?

Dangerous behaviors can be a blast!! That’s why we experiment with them.

Ken Weaver

11:07 AM, April 13, 2008  
Anonymous Rufus said...

Scia, why did you feel the need to post this story, which is now 7-8 years old? There is no mention of this happening again, so why dredge this up at all?

Could you not find any up to date anti-gay stories?

1:30 PM, April 17, 2008  
Anonymous omd said...

Why is it that male & female homosexuals and their sympathizers cannot understand that the issue is not someones proclaimed sexual orientation.

It is dangerous sexual behaviors, the emotional strife, the higher risk of deadly infectious diseases, the shortened lifespan, the outright promiscuity and indiscriminate sexual practice, and I could go on, that people are warning about.

Homosexuals are on the fringe of polite society. Why they have to put on such a public display is beyond me. Well, it's not really because it is a rebellious in your face aggressive stance. Yet those of us that have a legitimate concern about these behaviors being allowed to seep into the mainstream and contaminate young already confused about sexuality minds. WHat ever happened to "don't ask, don't tell". I believe it's called discretion [Refined taste; tact]

8:43 PM, April 18, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Why is it that male & female homosexuals and their sympathizers cannot understand that the issue is not someones proclaimed sexual orientation.”

“It is dangerous sexual behaviors, the emotional strife, the higher risk of deadly infectious diseases, the shortened lifespan, the outright promiscuity and indiscriminate sexual practice, and I could go on, that people are warning about.”

Why is it that some people feel the need to whine and complain how someone else decides to live their life? Did any of these people complain about Evil Knievel and his dangerous lifestyle? How many kids were hurt attempting stunts of their own? Why don’t they drop the self righteous attitude and let this country be what it has always been meant for…FREEDOM! And that includes sexual freedom, even if it offends you.

Ken Weaver

10:55 PM, April 18, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

It's not about sexual FREEDOM, it's about the upkeep of morals, of which, by the likes of your agnostic viewpoints, you seem not to have any.

Your all about the tossed saled version of whatever feels good, do. No morals and no consequences!! Is this freedom or just irresponsibility of freedom??

3:48 PM, April 19, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is wrong with my morals Scia? I make sure that my actions cause no harm to others or at least the smallest amount of harm I can. I drive so I know that causes harm to the environment, but I do drive a hybrid to reduce that pollution the best I can. If my neighbor needs some help with his car I lend a hand when I can. When hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans I donated money because I had no ability to help with a more “hands-on” approach. I’ve never hit my wife in anger; I did hit my son once that I wish I could take back. I pay my bills and my taxes, am I not an exemplary citizen? Are you a better citizen than I? How so? What makes your morality better than my own?

“Your all about the tossed saled version of whatever feels good, do.”

As long as it causes no harm to others, yes.

“No morals and no consequences!!”

If a man steals he should be punished, if a person rapes they should get the death penalty, if a man is more attracted to men than women and he can feel no “chemistry” with women there should be no consequences from society. If I want to have 20 lovers in one day the only consequences I should be facing should not be from society.

“Is this freedom or just irresponsibility of freedom??”

What is irresponsible about what I’ve said? I’ve never said people shouldn’t have to face consequences, but most of the time society shouldn’t be the one giving out those consequences. If you cheat on your wife with another woman and your wife finds out should you go to jail or have to pay a fine? Or is the consequences your wife will likely dish out be sufficient?

Ken Weaver

9:49 PM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said:

"What makes your morality better than my own?"

My morals are based on the word of Christ, which makes them better than your agnostic viewpoint of your morals. Follow Christ and have the morals that have proven to work in our government, culture and in the lives of millions.

I said:

“Your all about the tossed saled version of whatever feels good, do.”

You answered with:

"As long as it causes no harm to others, yes."

So, it is O.K. to have your son stick his fist up his friends ass, but as long as no one is hurt it is O.K. to teach this garbage to middle school aged children? What are your morals based on Ken????

You said:

"If a man steals he should be punished (and then you say)...if I want to have 20 lovers in one day the only consequences I should be facing should not be from society.

Like I said "Tossed saled version of whatever feels good for ME, do it. Whatever does not involve ME, punish!!

You conclude by saying:

"Or is the consequences your wife will likely dish out be sufficient?"

If society has no consequences for these actions, then we will run rampent with adultry. Consequences for actions is not dependent on the what the victim thinks should be handed out. Society hands out the punishment such that OTHERS will not repeat the action. Its called rules and morals Ken, not JUST freedom.

7:27 PM, April 21, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“My morals are based on the word of Christ, which makes them better than your agnostic viewpoint of your morals.”

I’ve seen “Christian morality” first hand, there’s very little I’d want to emulate. Self righteousness, arrogance, they run rampant in protestant Christianity. You show it in your words. All you can tell me as to what makes you a better person of morals than I is that you follow Christ. How many others felt like they followed Christ? David Duke? King Charlemagne? Jefferson Davis? It is only your Christian arrogance that makes you BELIEVE you are more moral than I. I better watch out though, arrogance is catchy.

“Follow Christ and have the morals that have proven to work in our government, culture and in the lives of millions..”

Our government works best with Christian principles? I keep thinking of previous Christian nations like Spain, Rome, England, France and the early American colonies. What were all known for… Suppressing free thought, competing religions and doing awful things to people who they thought were Barbarians, witches, homosexuals and scientists; such a great track record for us to follow!

“So, it is O.K. to have your son stick his fist up his friends ass”

If that’s what turns them on.

“What are your morals based on Ken????”

Thinking for myself, not using an antiquated book of superstition to think for me.

“Like I said "Tossed saled version of whatever feels good for ME, do it. Whatever does not involve ME, punish!!”

If I rape my neighbor’s wife or daughter kill me please, because that is the only punishment suitable for that crime; whether it’s me, my brother, my son or even my wife, death is the best recourse. It’s not about me Scia and it’s not about others; it’s about actions that hurt others! Don’t be so lame.

“If society has no consequences for these actions, then we will run rampent with adultry.”

In the 19th and early 20th centuries of America a man could be caught red handed raping a virgin girl, having sex with prostitutes, having an adulterous affair and it would all be okay unless a man was caught acting on homosexual impulses. Then he was ostracized if not killed. And I’m okay with adultery, most spouses take care of it fine themselves.

“Society hands out the punishment such that OTHERS will not repeat the action.”

And we have a higher criminal rate than anywhere else in the civilized world. Maybe we should stone adulterers, cut hands off of thieves, and kill homosexuals. Such civility.

“Its called rules and morals Ken, not JUST freedom.”

I agree, but my idea of morality and yours don’t quite mesh. Mine just asks people to live and let live, yours demands a bent knee.

Ken Weaver

9:29 PM, April 21, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said:

"If I want to have 20 lovers in one day the only consequences I should be facing should not be from society."

Who should the punishment come from and should adultry and polygamy be punishable by the victim or by the rules set forth by society for the GOOD of society?

I said:

“If society has no consequences for these actions, then we will run rampent with adultry.”

You responded with:

"In the 19th and early 20th centuries of America a man could be caught red handed raping a virgin girl, having sex with prostitutes, having an adulterous affair"

Ken, we do not live in the 20th century anymore. In the 21st centurry there are consequences for rape, prostitution and adulterous affairs.

You said:

"And we have a higher criminal rate than anywhere else in the civilized world."

Please cite your sources. You may want to check out the Netherlands before you make such blanketed statements.

10:37 AM, April 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Who should the punishment come from and should adultry and polygamy be punishable by the victim or by the rules set forth by society for the GOOD of society?”

If I have 20 lovers in one day, any punishment due me should come from the people involved because society was not harmed by my actions. If I cheat on my wife, she’ll handle any punishment she believes I deserve, if I marry 2 women and they are both knowledgeable to that fact, what harm am I doing to society? Would anyone even know unless there was a big story on it? The fundamentalist Mormons are not giving girls a choice, so their actions should be punishable by law, but if multiple partners in a relationship all agree to that kind of union, what business is it of yours?

“Ken, we do not live in the 20th century anymore. In the 21st centurry there are consequences for rape, prostitution and adulterous affairs.”

What consequences are given to adulterers? Can you define adultery?

“Please cite your sources. You may want to check out the Netherlands before you make such blanketed statements.”

You’re right, I should have checked, I don’t actually know our crime rate compared to other countries, but from all the religious zealots coming about and telling us that 9/11 and hurricane Katrina was punishment for our evil ways and since I hadn’t heard of any other terrible acts of “god” in the Netherlands it seemed logical.

Ken Weaver

7:26 PM, April 25, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

To the postmodernist, as I would categorize you under, reality is whatever the individual imagines it to be. That means what is "true" is determined subjectively by each person, and there is no such thing as objective, authoritative truth that governs or applies to all humanity universally. The postmodernist naturally believes it is pointless to argue whether opinion A is superior to opinion B. After all, if reality is merely a construct of the human mind, one person's perspective of truth is ultimately just as good as another's.

I think this fits you to a "T".

12:41 PM, May 01, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“reality is whatever the individual imagines it to be.”

A few years ago my Aunt bought a new truck. She was so excited and happy and she was sure she got a super deal. If I had never looked at the paperwork and told her she got screwed royally she would have been quite content with her view. If I had never said anything, her reality would have been that she got a good deal.

“That means what is "true" is determined subjectively by each person, and there is no such thing as objective, authoritative truth that governs or applies to all humanity universally.”

How many times must I deny this until you get it?? I believe everyone should live and do pretty much whatever they want to as long as your actions cause no one else to lose their freedom to do as they wish. That is the truth… the absolute truth. The only people I’ve found that disagree with me are those that seem to believe in a god of some kind. I find it odd that most of those people also believe god gave us free will and yet they want to remove that free will for no reason I can see except to save someone’s soul. If I take it upon myself to remove the freedom of my neighbor to live it should be upon society to take that same freedom from me, if I decide to marry a man and he is willing and of an age to consent whose free will am I taking from? If I am not taking that free will from you why do you take it upon yourself to take my free will? Are you god enough to feel comfortable doing so?

Since when have Christians been the purveyors of truth? And I don’t mean the biblical truth; I mean actual hard core factual truth? Too many times biblical truth and factual truth are on opposite sides and Christians deny to the point of murder the real hard core factual truth.

Ken Weaver

9:16 PM, May 01, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said:

"A few years ago my Aunt bought a new truck..."

No, this is not an imagination of reality. Your Aunt would of just made a stupid decision if it was not for your attention to detail.

You are a postmodernist who unfortunately does not believe in God.

I hope your fire-proof when you meet up with God.

O.K. hypothetical question for all the postmodernists out there:

Let's just say Christ came back to earth today and turned all the unbelievers and wicked people of the world into ash. The next person up for judgement was you Ken and you just observed what can happen to an unbeliever as they are all under your feet burning in front of you. What would you say to Christ: "I do believe that you are the son of God" or "I still DO NOT beleive you are the son of God"??

Katie and John Hosty,

I would like for you two to jump on in on this question as well.

Please explain why you chose your answers.

7:02 AM, May 02, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“What would you say to Christ:”

If he was burning all the non-believers to ash I’d say: I don’t know if you are or are not the son of god, but if so I don’t see you as being worthy of my worship. If you can’t look at the world I grew up in and understand my doubt, or the doubts of others you are no savior… only a destroyer, and that’s no different than the devil himself.

Ken Weaver

7:42 PM, May 02, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

I pray for you and I will continue to pray harder that you come to Christ.

8:47 PM, May 03, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Scia, I’ll cross my fingers for you and hope that you’ll realize that Christians have been misleading you all of your life. Maybe someday you’ll stop believing in invisible men and start believing in yourself; that’s where real enlightenment is.

Ken Weaver

12:09 AM, May 04, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

What part of yourself, or mankind for that matter, do you see enlightment?

3:00 PM, May 05, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“What part of yourself, or mankind for that matter, do you see enlightment?”

If you concentrate on all the sins you’ve committed (as Christianity seems to hope for) all you’re doing is wallowing in your own crap. Christians are told that they have “original” sin…BS. No moral god would punish children for the misdeeds of their parents; at least by no morality I can comprehend. I can see no benefit in telling myself daily that I am a sinner. I don’t see a benefit to be a good person just because of a fear of hell. If I am going to be a good person it should be because that’s what I want for my own self respect, not because the afterlife will be more pleasurable. How philanthropic is it to only do good deeds because of a hopeful payback when you die? I see enlightenment through myself because I can see my strengths and my weaknesses. I know how to act even though sometimes I am tempted to not act in a matter I would want for myself. I don’t want to be good because god is watching; I want to be good because my own self respect demands it of me. If there is a god and he sends me to hell for the sin of non-belief so be it. But the kind of god I would respect would respect me because of my actions, not my lack of trust in your religion.

Ken Weaver

9:01 PM, May 05, 2008  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

Thanks for answering.

12:08 PM, May 07, 2008  

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