Goal of "gay" programs in schools: Persuade kids to "come out" early as homosexuals.
"LGBT" Teachers Conference in Boston - Part III
POSTED: July 31, 2014
Why are so many kids – many of them troubled – now "coming out" as homosexuals, announcing to everyone that this is their true "identity", that it's "who they are"? It doesn't happen by accident. It's carefully calculated by national homosexual activist groups pushing their programs in the nation's schools.
This is the fourth part in our series on this year's annual GLSEN Conference in Boston in April which brought together LGBT teachers, activists, and supportive administrators where they outlined their latest tactics for the schools. Part III exposed the transgender agenda in schools. Part II revealed their plans to push "gay clubs" in middle schools.
Students take in the GLSEN conference.
At that conference, there were kids as young as 11 and 12, and that younger age group was clearly the focus of much of the conference.
They know that the earlier they get to the youth, the easier their recruitment effort will be. Scene from a Gay Pride Week event in Boston.
The significance of having youth "come out"
Most people -- certainly most parents – have no idea that a major focus homosexual movement is to persuade schoolchildren to first accept homosexual behavior as normal even fashionable and desirable, and then move on to embrace a homosexual "identity".
They use various well-honed psychological methods to do this. Youths who are particularly vulnerable to this are those who are troubled, bullied, have family problems or issues with a parent, or have been sexually molested. Younger kids in general are easier to seduce into this false belief, the movement has found.
Officially embracing a homosexual identity, or "coming out," appeals to their spirit of rebellion and adventure (and often a desire for attention), and has a lasting psychological effect on a young person. The youth is led to fully believe that he (or she) is completely homosexual, has been from birth, and even becomes angry when that is challenged. But in addition, the youth is easily persuaded to begin experimenting with homosexual behaviors – which over time become addictive. And he or she becomes emotionally connected with the homosexual movement.
One of the favorite psychological methods of helping bring kids into this state of mind is to have them go through the possibly traumatic process of "coming out" to their parents. It helps solidify the "identity" in the youth's mind, as the youth deals with the parents' reaction.
Training teachers & activists – Workshop on "Coming out to your parents"
The conference had a high-profile workshop dedicated to the process of helping schoolchildren "come out":
Coming out to your parents
Coming out to parents as LGBTQ is a big decision. Learn what to expect and get support. Interactive workshop and resources for participants.
Presenter: Pam Garramone, Greater Boston PFLAG
What is PFLAG? The national homosexual group that puts the most energy into persuading kids to "come out" – and then getting their parents to accept that – is Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). It even goes further, to turn newly supportive parents into pro-homosexual activists. This also helps push the child deeper into the behavior and movement.
Pam Garramone mingles with the kids at Youth Pride Day in Boston in 2007.
PFLAG is very well-funded (from various US corporations and apparently some taxpayer money) and is very aggressive. PFLAG has chapters in just about every part of the country and is heavily involved with schools. Chapter meetings are held in locales (often liberal churches) around the country.
From what we at MassResistance have seen, kids at school often get steered in that direction by influential homosexual teachers, radicalized school counselors, and other kids in "gay straight alliance" clubs in the schools. This workshop was mostly geared to help them show kids who are in the process of "coming out" how to deal with their parents – or what to do when their parents simply won't accept the child's homosexuality as normal or permanent.
Garramone started out the workshop by telling the attendees that it's not only "gay" but "LGBTQIA" (lesbian gay bisexual transgender questioning/queer intersex ally) kids that PFLAG works with.
She said that PFLAG makes over 200 presentations per year at middle schools and high schools across the state. In addition to "coming out" support, PFLAG works with school administrators to make the schools "safer and more inclusive" for LGBT students.
The school presentations include faculty training sessions, assemblies, sessions with personal stories, and health classes, she said.
Handed out at the conference:
Pamphlet by "Out and Proud" homosexual group:"Read this before coming out to your parents."
The American Psychological Association put out this terrible unscientific pro-"gay" pamphlet, "Answers to your questions about sexual orientation and homosexuality."
She said that kids don't know if they're gay or lesbian until they're 10 or 11 years old, though they know their sex at age 2 or 3. But even gay or lesbian is far too limiting. She brought the 50 gender options now being listed by FaceBook. It's not just "binary" – people come in and out of phases their whole lives, she said. (Interestingly, she is admitting a contradiction: Sexual identity is fluid, but at the same time, people are "born" that way.)
When kids 'come out' PFLAG is ready to help
When kids decide to "come out" PFLAG is ready to spring into action. She said that PFLAG has 13 support groups in the greater Boston area, and provide "one-on-one support," including phone counseling with parents to help them down the road to accepting the child's homosexuality (or whatever LGBTQIA identity). PFLAG also does group support.
She described the "phases" that parents go through when a child "comes out" which PFLAG works to successfully lead them through:
Shock – "No you're not"
Disbelief – "I can't believe this"
Denial – "You'll grow out of it"
Guilt – "What did I do wrong?"
Expressing feelings – Listening, asking questions
Garramone said that PFLAG is working towards "100% acceptance" by parents.
She said that such intervention is critical because otherwise, when kids "come out", 30% of parents kick them out of the house (and they make up 40% of all homeless kids); 50% of parents don't want to talk about it; and only 20% are supportive. (Is this really true? Like most statistics cited by homosexual activists, these are likely not trustworthy.)
PFLAG's well-crafted 'coming out' self-help book
PFLAG publishes a number of nice-looking but very devious and misleading booklets which they give out to kids in schools on various LGBT subjects. This 24-page book, "Be yourself" is a how-to book for kids to "come out" to their parents. It was passed out to kids and adults at this conference.
PFLAG publication given out to kids at the conference, and many other places.
Some quotes from the book:
"Coming out as a gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender (GLBT) youth can be especially complicated and fraught with questions."
"If you're a guy, your friends are probably talking about girls, and if you're a girl, they're talking about guys. And, while most people your age seem to fit neatly into expected gender roles, you may feel you don't – or don't want to."
"Your school years are a time of figuring out what works for you, and crushes and experimentation are often part of that. Over time, you'll find that your're drawn mostly to men or women – or both – and then you'll know."
"Remember that your parent(s) are from an older generation – one that was more homophobic and transphobic than yours."
"PFLAG can help a lot with this process. PFLAG and PFLAG members can help provide books, fillms, and information for you and your parents, and by providing contacts with other families who have GLBT children, or counselors who can help your parents work through their feelings."
It's a very slick process that can devestate a vulnerable kid for life. This is what parents are up against in their schools. But most don't even know it.
PFLAG hands out its "Be Yourself" book to kids wherever it can. This
is the PFLAG table at a recent "Youth Pride" event in Boston.