Tag Archives: Focus on the Family

Pick: Kids Learn About Gays or Kids Kill Themselves

The groups who claim to protect children are doing children the most harm. The suicides of two 15-year-olds and new climate studies about our schools show just how catastrophic the problem is.

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How CNN’s Excuse for “Journalism” is Hurting the LGBTQ Community

Have you heard this “new” nonsense from Focus on the Family? Using the same old fear-mongering about “teaching children homophobia,” they have a new bullying campaign called “True Tolerance.” The gist of this program is that they oppose all bullying, but don’t think anything should ever be said about sexual orientation/homophobia. In other words, their […]

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College Athletics, LGBT Students, and Money, Money, Money

[UPDATE 2/24: Here, now, are articles from The Chronicle and Inside Higher Ed. I still don’t think any university has actually spoken out about this issue. Are they afraid acknowledging they even might have gay athletes (they do) would affect recruitment?] Here’s a question for you: What is the purpose of college athletics? I’m not […]

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