Saturday, December 30, 2006

Jovens nos EUA aprendem em aulas a enfiar o punho no ânus ou na vagina de parceiros e prós e contras da ingestão de sêmen, além de sexo gay

Imagine a seguinte situação. Seu filho de 14 anos acaba de voltar da escola. Você pergunta como foi a aula. Ele diz que teve aula de educação sexual e aprendeu fisting. Você certamente não sabe o que é isso, muitos americanos também não e eu tive que ler e reler para acreditar no que significa isso.

Veja só. Fist significa "punho". Fisting denota ação. Como sou pecadora, a primeira coisa que pelo menos eu pensaria é que isso é alguma nova gíria para aquele hábito que alguns caras tem de, hm, aliviar a solidão. Em inglês tem handjob, strocking, spanking the monkey, beat the meat etc. Para coisas assim sobra a criatividade do povão. Mas nada disso. Fisting é uma prática sexual na qual o parceiro enfia o punho no ânus ou na vagina da parceira. Um treco desses eu só tinha ouvido falar no livro O Paraíso Sexual-Democrata, do Janer Cristaldo, onde ele conta como era a Suécia dos anos 70. Há gosto para tudo.

É isso aí. Seu filho de 14 anos teve aulas de fisting. Mas não é só isso, como diz o bordão do comercial de televendas. O seu filho diz que também aprendeu os prós e contras da ingestão de sêmen durante o sexo oral. Gerald Thomas disse, todo bobo, que também aprendeu coisa assim numa universidade holandesa. Mas Gerald Thomas é meio retardado. Quem quiser saber o que esse trouxa escreveu, leia aqui.

Resumindo. Estão ensinando a seu filho o lado bom e ruim de engolir esperma e a prática de literalmente meter o punho em alguém. E tem mais.

Nada disso é hipotético. Essas coisas e muitas outras eram ensinadas numa escola pública em Massachusetts. Para piorar tudo, ensinavam as belezas da vida gay. Não estou brincando. Além de tudo aquilo, os jovens eram incentivados a práticas homossexuais.

Vários workshops para jovens e sessões de treino para professores foram feitos com esse intuito. Tudo com o suporte da Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. Não satisfeitos em fazer sacanagens entre si, talvez quiseram abrir vaga para outros desde criancinha. Só esqueceram de perguntar aos pais delas se topariam. Parece que não. Eles gravaram os workshops e dedaram )no sentido figurado, pois num assunto desses é bom especificar) todo mundo. Jogaram a merda no ventilador.

A educação no mundo já não está lá grandes coisas. Só que agora há o detalhe pitoresco. Além de você voltar mais burro, também volta gay e pervertido.

Por mim, se você quiser transar até com mosquito, vai fundo. Transar é bom e não estou nem aí. Só não arruma encrenca para quem não tem nada a ver, principalmente jovens. Isso é coisa de pedófilos. É crime (pelo menos até hoje, vamos ver até quando vai ser). Depois que alguém insinua ligação entre pedofilia e homossexualismo, começam com o chorôrô e a posar como vítimas.


A notícia é: Public employees teach kids 'gay' sex. Vem lá do ótimo World Net Daily. (Perceba como tudo é de uma malícia do cacete, a julgar pela cara de pau dos caras em querer processar os pais.)

Three HIV instructors in Massachusetts are at the center of a growing controversy after reportedly conducting sexually explicit workshops for teenagers and holding sessions to train teachers in the art of injecting positive homosexual themes into public school materials -- down to the elementary school level.

Two state employees in the HIV division of the Department of Education and an HIV consultant with the Department of Public Health led a March 25 "Teach Out" held at Tufts University. The event was sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, or GLSEN.

Teachers who attended the conference received state development credits for their participation. The Massachusetts Department of Education provides funding to GLSEN through its "Safe Schools Program."

Scott Whiteman, with the Massachusetts-based Parents Rights Coalition, attended several of these workshops and secretly recorded them. GLSEN has since threatened him with legal action for doing so, claiming that all participants at the "Teach Out" had to agree to a policy of confidentiality.

According to Brian Camenker, president of the Parents Rights Coalition, the idea of any confidentiality requirement is a fabrication.

"There was nothing told either verbally or in print in any of the literature surrounding the event about not tape recording it. There was absolutely nothing about this -- and believe me, we've been through absolutely everything," Camenker stated.

To document the event, Whitehead and Camenker wrote a detailed and explicit article, "Kids Get Graphic Instruction In Homosexual Sex," in The Massachusetts News.

The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network claims the conference was only for "registered" participants. Camenker says it was a public event, open to anyone who wanted to attend. Whiteman registered under his own name and paid his fee.

Whiteman says he was shocked to learn what state employees were teaching children. Two of the instructors, Margot Abels and Julie Netherland, are listed as HIV counselors, while Michael Gaucher is listed as an HIV consultant. These instructors travel to schools throughout Massachusetts conducting HIV workshops for teens.

According to Whiteman, in one "Teach Out" workshop entitled, "What They Didn't Tell You About Queer Sex & Sexuality in Health Class: A Workshop For Youth Only, Ages 14-21," the three instructors encouraged teens to openly discuss various homosexual sex acts in the most explicit manner.

Abels and Gaucher, according to Whiteman, both discussed the practice of "fisting" -- putting one's hand inside the anus or vagina of a sexual partner. Gaucher taught the children how to make a fist. He also discussed the pros and cons of ingesting male body fluid during oral sex.
Abels told the teens that "fisting" often gets a bad rap. She said that it was "an experience of letting somebody into your body that you want to be that close and intimate with."

According to Whiteman, the entire session ran 55 minutes before there was any mention of condoms or "safer sex." When condoms were discussed, the teachers pointed out that teens could make an "informed decision" not to use condoms.

Outside in the hallways, various organizations had set up tables to distribute male and female condoms and other sexual paraphernalia. The Sidney Borum Community Health Center, for example, was handing out "Pocket Sex" kits, which included two condoms, two antiseptic moist towelettes and six bandages. According to the teen who was handing out the sex kits, the bandages were for "when the sex got really rough."

In the workshop for teachers, Margot Abels reportedly told the audience that "sex is central to every single one of us, and particularly queer youth." Abels works on the Gay/Straight Alliance HIV Education Project -- an effort of the Massachusetts Department of Education. "GSAs" are being established in public schools throughout Massachusetts and the nation.
Whiteman says the conference also included workshops entitled:

· Ask the Transsexuals
· Early Childhood Educators: How to Decide Whether to Come Out or Not
· Lesbian Avengers: How to Promote Queer-Friendly Activism in Your Schools and in Your Lives
· Diesel Dykes and Lipstick Lesbians: Defining and Exploring Butch/Femme Identity
· The Religious Wrong: Dealing Effectively with Opposition in Your Community
· Starting a Gay/Straight Alliance in Your School

Parents Rights Coalition fights back

According to PRC's Camenker, "In the Boston press and elsewhere, GLSEN officials don't deny these things happened. They stand behind the conference. They're trying to say these kids were just asking questions and being told honest answers. This is a complete lie. The tapes prove that beyond a reasonable doubt."

Camenker added, "If the rest of the country wants to know where the homosexual movement is going, all they have to do is look at Massachusetts. Homosexuals claim that Massachusetts is their model for the rest of the country. They're very proud of the fact that they've been able to make so much progress and use this thing about 'safety' [for homosexual teens] as their entree into schools. It's all bogus."

On April 25, Whiteman attended a Massachusetts State Board of Education meeting and presented evidence of the instruction at the "Teach Out." According to Camenker, the board wasn't interested. Instead, it passed a statewide law forcing schools to accept a Gay/Straight Alliance if the state wants a school to have one.

On April 18, the Parents Rights Coalition sent a letter of concern to the Middlesex District Attorney's office, asking for an investigation of the "Teach Out."

In the PRC letter, Whiteman noted that the instructors at the "Teach Out" may have violated several state laws that criminalize the enticing of a person into prostitution or sexual intercourse; inducing a person under 18 to engage in sexual intercourse; and distributing materials harmful to minors. The PRC has not heard back from the district attorney, and Camenker tells WorldNetDaily that no one wants to talk about the "Teach Out" or to take any action against what was taught.

Education officials respond

WorldNetDaily's repeated calls to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network for comment were not returned. Michael Gaucher referred WorldNetDaily to a public health department PR spokesman who in turn referred WND to a person who is on vacation. Julie Netherland said she is forbidden by department policy from speaking directly to the press and referred WND to Darrell Pressley, the director of media relations in the Massachusetts Department of Education.

According to Pressley, the department is investigating what was said or not said at the "Teach Out" by Netherland, Gaucher and Abels. The Department of Education did not fund or sponsor the event, he said, and the HIV teachers volunteered their time for the "Teach Out."
Pressley agreed that it would be a violation of policy for HIV teachers to tell children about fisting, ingesting body fluids and anal intercourse. He also noted, however, that the Department of Education does have programs that discuss "safety" in schools for homosexuals and health issues for gays and lesbians.

WorldNetDaily also interviewed Alan Safran, deputy commissioner of education with the Massachusetts Department of Education. According to Safran, the department had no involvement in the "Teach Out," other than two employees presenting workshops.
"We didn't sponsor the conference. We didn't host the conference. We didn't design the conference. We didn't recruit, advertise, organize, register people for the conference," said Safran.

He could not confirm what the presenters said in the workshops until he reviews the tape made by Whiteman.

When asked if these presenters would be in violation of department policy for teaching about fisting or anal intercourse in a public school, Safran responded: "It wouldn't have happened in a public school setting. It's not what our people do in a public school setting. Sure, if this had been done by our people in a public school, it would have been outside of their parameters of what the job is."

Safran noted that "our people don't intend to have these workshops in the future." He said he wants to determine -- by listening to the tape -- what level of involvement his employees had in the conference.

"Let's see what our people did and said and the context -- if they were asking the questions or if they were responding to questions."

According to PRC's Camenker, the homosexual activist agenda is being promoted in the public schools through the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth and the Safe Schools Program -- two programs originated under former Republican Governor William Weld's administration. Weld's successor, current Republican Gov. Paul Celluci, has increased funding for the gay and lesbian youth commission.

Frank York is a contributing reporter to WorldNetDaily.

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Como sabemos, ou pelo menos sei, vai chegando a hora em que qualquer tipo de crítica aos gays será uma questão de código penal. Aos pedófilos também será em breve. Está vindo o dia em que nem mesmo um texto como este aqui será permitido, sob a alegão de incitar ódio a determinado grupo. Se alguém de movimento gay ler isso aqui, não ficarei surpresa se resolver me processar. Se você for gay e estúpido, processa o World Net Daily e o Frank York em vez de me encher o saco.

Já me disseram que existem cidades aqui no Brasil que deram a largada para a venda da liberdade de expressão. Aqui no Rio me disseram que se você falar mal de "tribos alternativas" dá cana.

Quando falo que político é covarde, ninguém acredita.

2 comments:

Cabasilas said...

Parabéns pelo seu blog. Raramente se encontram juntos estilo bem humorado e "pensamento forte". Botei o blog nos meus preferidos. Voltarei ainda.
Feliz Ano Novo,
Cabasilas

Tanja Krämer said...

Oi, Cabasilas!

Obrigada pelos elogios. Beijos.

Ah, e feliz Ano Novo!