The end of a marriage, for whatever reason, has a devastating effect on families. Not only do husbands and wives have to navigate their way through changes in finances, living situations and emotional stress, but those couples divorcing with children must take the well-being of their little ones into consideration as well.
Now a new report based on a decades-long study has found that children who experienced a divorce die on average five years earlier than those from homes where the parents stayed together.
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Bay Area schools promote gay families in Elementary School curriculum. The ACLU orders schools to portray gays in a positive light and teach gay history:
(www.baycitizen.org)- “After a lesbian student at Jesse Bethel High School in Vallejo joined with the American Civil Liberties Union in 2008 to accuse the local school district of discrimination, district officials agreed as part of a settlement to show films and assign homework depicting same-sex families, beginning in elementary school….
A bill introduced in December by State Senator Mark Leno, Democrat of San Francisco, would require all of the state’s history textbooks to include figures and events in gay history and portray them “in a positive light.”
As a parent, there is a simple thing you can do to counter this. Find out when and where these indoctrinations will take place and pull your kid out of school for the day. Spend the time teaching them correct morals. Encourage other parents to do the same. If they do not warn you ahead of time, instruct your child to walk out of the classroom and call you to pick them up. If anyone gives you a hard time, tell them that your child’s religious values are being imposed upon and say you would rather leave it at this and not go to the media and the courts.
For every day that a child misses school, that school loses some of it’s funding. If enough people walk out on this ridiculous abuse of public education’s influence over our children, they will have to stop it. But its about much more than liberal abuses, it is about keeping your child safe from bad influences.
If your child is scared of what other students say, you can always let them tell their friend that they’re just doing it to get out of school. Maybe more students will join in and make your boycott more effective!
Thanks to Thinking the Wright Way for bringing this article to my attention. The women’s liberation movement began in order to give women the ability to independently participate in society and be fully appreciated for their feminine characteristics. Somewhere, this movement was hijacked by those who would have women believe that their own feminine characteristics were the problem and that freedom of the sex would be accomplished by them becoming more like men. Women were told that they needed to stop being mothers and instead work and be more sexually promiscuous like the men. Men, in turn, were told that their masculinity was oppressive, chivalry was inappropriate and fatherhood unnecessary.
How did we ever get to the point where we teach women that noncommittal sexuality is liberating and should be encouraged, but having a child is shackling and should be aborted? I know this is not what those pioneers of feminism had in mind back then. It is the very opposite of what they considered women’s liberation!
“When we consider that women are treated as property, it is degrading to women that we should treat our children as property to be disposed of as we see fit.”
– Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) Organizer of the first women’s rights convention in the United States; leader in the anti-slavery and women’s suffrage movements
“Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women.”
– Alice Paul, author of the original Equal Rights Amendment (1923) who opposed the later trend of linking the E.R.A. with abortion rights
Read the article below:
Yet another recent study confirms the conventional wisdom that gay marriage activists have been trying to deny: Children who are raised by their father and mother who are married to each other are by far less likely to experience child-abuse than single parents, cohabiting parents, other married parents, and children living with no parents at all. Continue reading