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Schools approve use of porn
Editor's note: I called Mountjoy's offices, these materials are STILL being used!
Lawmakers 'sanction' use
Instructions on homosexual sodomy and a glorified account of lesbian pedophilia are among the instructional materials approved by the Los Angeles Unified School District for use in "diversity" and "safety" programs being presented to elementary through high school students.
The sexually explicit materials promoting homosexuality were highlighted late last week at a California State Assembly committee hearing. Assemblyman Dennis Mountjoy, R-Monrovia, provided excerpts in support of his legislative bill AB 1326, which is aimed at prohibiting the promotion of homosexuality in public education. The measure was summarily defeated without discussion.
"The material is being put forward under the guise of tolerance and diversity, but it's inappropriate. It's lewd and lascivious ... and is darn embarrassing. Here I sit in my office reading my porn. It made me turn red, and I don't easily turn red," Mountjoy told WorldNetDaily. Mountjoy concludes the committee's vote against his bill sanctions continued use of the material in public schools.
Among the materials is a "Models of Pride II" reading list (see page 1 and page 2) consisting of "a few of the many titles that can help you deal with issues, and help parents understand and accept their gay and lesbian children."
"Young, Gay & Proud," "One Teenager In 10: Writings by Gay & Lesbian Youth" and "Homophobia as Child Abuse" are three of the 27 recommended titles.
"I challenge every parent and school board member to review these books and decide if they are appropriate for our children," said Mountjoy, "If you have trouble finding them, contact the LAUSD. They can give you the names of the 'adult' bookstores they recommend."
In one excerpt from "Young, Gay, & Proud," the author writes: "There are a lots of ways for gay men to have enjoyable sex. ... It's up to you to find out what you like and how you like to do it. ... Jerking off is a fun, safe and healthy way for guys to enjoy our bodies and fantasies." The author goes on to provide explicit details of how "gay men can make love." A note of encouragement follows profanity-laced tips on performing anal sex: "You may have to practice a bit before it starts feeling really good."
In "One Teenager in Ten: Writings by Gay & Lesbian Youth," 16-year-old Amy relates the blow-by-blow details of her sexual encounter at the age of 12 with her dance teacher, aged 23. The encounter reportedly happened at a hotel after the teacher "asked [her] to give a special dance presentation in another city" over the weekend. Amy praises her teacher for bringing her "out" and for the relationship that continued for three years following that encounter. The "very conservative Baptist" later explains that her "parents do not know or suspect" and states, "I think finding out that people think homosexuality is bad made me more firm in my desire to stay a lesbian regardless of what would happen to me."
A two-page magazine article displayed at Hollywood High School under the caption, "The Gay Rapper," and obtained by WorldNetDaily is too profane and obscene to be quoted.
"Oral copulation is a criminal offense. They're condoning breaking the law," Mountjoy stressed. Under California penal code section 286, sodomy with another person who is under 18 is punishable by imprisonment for a year, and sodomy with another person under 16 is a felony.
"Itís more than amazing Ė itís completely shocking, and every parent and grandparent should be outraged," said Randy Thomasson, executive director of Campaign for California Families, one of three organizations that registered support for Mountjoy's bill. "When asked whether to protect kids from being brainwashed to accept homosexuality and consider gay sex practices, [the Assembly Education Committee members] say, 'no, we want homosexuality included in what every child should know.'"
Repeated calls to the communications office for LAUSD for comment on the materials have not been returned.
Thirty-nine groups opposed Mountjoy's bill, including the American Civil Liberties Union, the Anti-Defamation League, California Federation of Teachers, Planned Parenthood, the Sacramento and San Diego chapters of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network and nine other homosexual-advocacy organizations.
The California Alliance for Pride and Equality argues, "This bill may be unconstitutional, as it is so vague and overbroad that it infringes upon the First Amendment right of students, teachers, and administrators alike. Gay/straight student alliance clubs will be barred from forming in violation of the First Amendment and federal Equal Access (20 U.S.C section 4071-4074) that establish the requirement of equal treatment for all non-curriculum related clubs."
Downs v. Los Angeles Unified School District
The instructional materials promoting homosexuality came to light under court order in a federal lawsuit. In 1998, Special Education teacher Robert Downs raised objection to a hallway bulletin board posted by staff members each year at Doris S. Leichman High School filled with items promoting homosexuality in honor of district-designated "Gay and Lesbian Awareness Month."
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