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More worrisome than this quasi gag order is a new provision, which would require school officials to contact parents if their child is gay. Students would still be able to discuss sexuality with counselors, nurses and principals, but these authorities would need to notify parents as soon as they thought the circumstances required “intervention.”
While the wording offers some leeway, we think the entire situation is troubling. What do you think?
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 2/11/2013 11:11:00 AM
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this is absolutely ridiculous. not letting kids talk about homosexuality or anything that isnt the sexual norm wont stop them from being lgbt, it will only make it harder and more confusing for them as they grow up unaware of what they might be and believing that being gay is wrong. if they turn out to be gay, queer, or trans they'll probably end up hating themselves. this wont help anyone. the only thing this will do is hurt people.
by dilquius on 5/14/2013 8:59:21 PM
This law would only confuse kids more, not stop it. They will think that if you don't discuss it, its not okay, and thats not true. It is basically saying it's not okay to be gay when it is. everyone should have equal rights, and that includes gay people.
by cityduck on 5/11/2013 12:09:51 PM
This is idiotic. I know that some people think that it's disgusting, but it's normal! some people are just like that. You can't control it. If some people say that it's against the Bible, think again! First, the bible says nothing explicitly against gayness. second, you also say that God created all, and that God doesn't make mistakes. Then, God created homosexuality, and it ISN'T a mistake. I know that it makes people uncomfortable to talk about it, and that's totally normal. It makes me uncomfortable sometimes, too. But being personally close to someone lesbian, I know that they're not messed up. They're normal people, just with a different point of view.
by jayjay927 on 4/10/2013 10:55:25 PM
Love. Has. No. Limits!!!!!!!!!!
by Fashionlover1313 on 3/29/2013 12:27:12 AM
This is ridiculous, outrageous and stupid. Seriously, LGBTQ kids and teens need to be supported, not repressed. Making a kid, tween or teen feel that their sexuality is wrong can destroy their self-esteem, not to mention lead to depression and even suicide. I am bi and if school officials found out and "intervened" in my life I would be mortified and furious! Don't pass the bill! Please! Okay, so think of it this way, people. If the homosexual or bisexual community was the majority and would oppress heterosexuals, how would they feel?! Walk in our shoes and you will know what it is like to be bullied and slandered for your sexuality. Get some empathy! Some people...*sigh*
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