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March 13, 2007

Homosexual Propaganda Targets British Schoolchildren

Nothing is sacred when it comes to the Left's campaign to mold future generations in its own degenerate image — not even the books presented to small children in school. Storybooks are being used to promote homosexuality at a grade school level.

Elizabeth Atkinson is director of a tyke-targeted project called "No Outsiders," which is being run by Sunderland and Exeter universities and the Institute of Education in London. She explains her approach to installing progressive attitudes at an early age:

The most important thing these books do is reflect reality for young children. My background is in children's literature and I know how powerful it is in shaping social values and emotional development.

That's why Atkinson wants to see to it that the age 4–11 set gets a good dose of the homosexual agenda with its reading. She has received nearly £600,000 in funding from the Economic and Social Research Council and backing from the National Union of Teachers and General Teaching Council.

Here are a few examples of the books being used, via Guardian Unlimited:

King & King
A queen wants her son to get married and become king. She arranges for a string of princesses to meet her son but he does not fall in love with any of them. In the end it is one of the princesses' brothers who catches his eye. The princes get married and become two kings.
Spacegirl Pukes
A little girl who is about to set off on a space mission falls ill. Her two parents, mummy Loula and mummy Neenee take her home to look after her but then they fall ill too. When she recovers, the spacegirl puts back on her suit and goes on an adventure to space.
And Tango Makes Three
Two male penguins, Roy and Silo, live in a New York zoo but feel left out when all their friends pair up. They spend all their time together until the zoo-keeper realises they must be in love. The zoo-keeper gives the couple an egg and Tango is born, the first penguin in the zoo with two daddies.

Once again we see that educators are among the last people on Earth who should be entrusted with education.

Instilling progressive "values" early.

Hat tip: In The Days, on a tip from nanc.

Posted by Van Helsing at March 13, 2007 9:41 AM


The zookeeper had to "give" the male penguins an egg? You mean they couldn't procreate by themselves? Someone had better tell GLAAD.

Posted by: Pam at March 13, 2007 10:08 AM

People like Elizabeth Atkinson would not be welcome in my Texas town. Somebody would slap the useless bitch and give her a one-way bus ticket to San Francisco or some other fudge-packer's paradise where they love to spread disease and immorality.

Posted by: Jimbo at March 13, 2007 12:47 PM

"slap the useless bitch and give her a one-way bus ticket"


How about put her on a box car to Montana? They could slap her around a bit more and THEN send her off to "fudge packers paradise."

Posted by: Doug at March 13, 2007 2:27 PM

How about just giving her the ticket and letting her find someone else to slap her. No point giving them any real reasons to hate you...

Posted by: Archonix at March 13, 2007 3:24 PM

The princes get married and become two kings.

Shouldn't that be two queens?

Oh hell, why don't the liberals just go for it.

"When Roy blew Silo"

"When one prince drilled another"

Her two parents, mummy Loula and mummy Neenee take her home to look after her but then they fall ill too.

Wait, are they saying homosexuals spread disease? Who else knows this?

Posted by: Jay Guevara at March 13, 2007 7:30 PM

i know this crazy dyke crusader from way back and shes also into witchcraft and the occult. we ought to hope she doesnt decide to push all that onto the kids or who knows what the outcome will be?

Posted by: Les.B. Friends at March 16, 2007 2:12 PM