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From Ron Prentice:
In 2005, The Advocate, a national homosexual magazine, named 17 year-old Kerry Pacer their “Person of the Year” after she successfully took her fight to a U.S. District court to permit the formation of a gay-straight alliance club at her Georgia high school. She claimed it was needed to teach tolerance of lesbians, gays and transgender kids because she had been bullied after having “come out” when she was 12.
Fast-forward four years, and we now learn that Ms. Pacer is living happily with…. her boyfriend and their baby daughter. This real life story doesn’t help the genetic argument for homosexuality. The champion of homosexual tolerance in Georgia high schools, self-declared lesbian and The Advocate’s youngest “Person of the Year” is straight.
For years, the homosexual community has asserted, “Being gay is not a choice. No one would choose to lead a life wrought with incessant harassment. We were born that way.” And, they’ve argued that being transgender is also a genetic condition. Backing this up with research seems important, doesn’t it?
Indeed, somewhere along the continuum between “choice” and genetic causation lies the truth. Few homosexuals, especially men, have chosen their sexual orientation. Yet it is also true that no reliable studies confirm the “born that way” claims. If we’re listening, we’ll hear an abundance of testimony from living, breathing former homosexuals such as Kerry Pacer. In fact, I’ve stood with hundreds of them, brought together by their shared experience of leaving homosexual behavior and finding freedom.
At a Los Angeles high school, a young man who claims a female orientation uses the girls’ locker room, alongside the girls, to dress for P.E. Across the country in Maine, the Human Rights Commission ruled that a fifth grade boy who sexually orients himself as a girl should be allowed to use the school’s girls bathroom.
According to another story quoting Dr. Tracy Marsh, a Walden University faculty member in the School of Psychology, transgender is "a dynamic experience on a continuum, not a fixed point,” and that “…it honors that there are many expressions of gender, not just two." This perspective promotes a free-for-all society and adds to “tolerance” as the new god to be worshipped, while the concept and practice of social order, religious freedom, and even disagreement, is silenced.
Through all of this, we keep coming back to the definition of sexual orientation having no primary biological cause. In the case of Ms. Pacer, her sexual orientation as a 17 year-old clearly has changed. In the case of the Maine elementary school child, who’s to say that he won’t have a different preference in the coming years?
1) Why is this not being broadcast all over the mainstream media?
2) Why are MY hard-earned tax dollars going toward this smut, deceit, and corruption?
It’s illegal. Done. Shut ‘em down and stop shoveling federal money into their pockets.
[Read more about this investigation here]
Why ACORN’s lies and deceit should concern us on more than just a financial and moral level: Inside Obama’s ACORN.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Poor kids these days. Even ice cream is being politicized. Let’s take our ice cream cravings elsewhere, America. We aren’t beholden to Ben & Jerry’s liberal agenda. They’ve most definitely lost my business.
Contact Ben & Jerry’s to let them know how disappointing this announcement is.