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February 27, 2009

Library Pushes Homosexual Propaganda on Children

For an appalling example of how the degenerate moonbat establishment is shaping the next generation in its image, check out the YA Zone for young adults (grades 6-12) at Wisconsin's West Bend Community Memorial Library. It features a large section entitled "Out of the Closet: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Fiction and Non-Fiction." Offerings include:

Last Exit to Normal by Michael Harmon — What could be better for an urban, skateboard-loving teenager being raised by two dads than moving to rural Montana? Almost anything, in Ben Campbell's eyes. The town is too small, the people are too country, and now it's even harder for him to deal with his gay dads.
Hero by Perry Moore — With a mother who has inexplicably disappeared, nascent superpowers and a burgeoning understanding of his gay sexuality, Thom Creed's life is anything but normal.
Freak Show by James St. James — Inspired by his own experience, adult author ("Disco Bloodbath") and media personality James St. James makes his YA debut with this novel about a young drag queen who makes a grand entrance into a conservative high school.
Luna by Julie Anne Peters — From as early as she can remember, Regan O'Neill has known that her brother, Liam, was different. That he was, in fact, a girl. Transgender.
Absolutely, Positively Not by David LaRochelle — Steven's a 16-year-old boy with two obsessions: sex and getting his driving license. The problem is, Steven's not thinking girls when he's thinking sex. Could he be — don't say it — gay?
Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan — High school sophomore Paul lives in a present-day gaytopia, where boys come out of the closet to become class president, and the Gay-Straight Alliance has more members than the football team. The cheerleaders ride Harleys, and the cross-dressing homecoming queen is also the star quarterback. Paul meets artistic Noah in the bookstore. They pass notes rife with meaningful detail; paint in Noah's psychedelic, art-covered room; and fall in sweet, realistic teenage love, unencumbered by gay bashing, sexual-identity crises, and parental rejection.

The list goes on and on and on. The intent to encourage children to experiment with homosexual depravity is glaring.

If we don't take our culture back, it's going to continue to be transformed into something so unhealthy and unclean, we'll thank Muslims for wiping it away.

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This one sums up what they're turning our country into.

On a tip from J.

Posted by Van Helsing at February 27, 2009 8:37 AM

Comments

i am starting to get depressed.......this is just satanic really.

Posted by: Anonymous at February 27, 2009 9:21 AM

i guess when this seems "normal" i know i've lived in portland too long...

Posted by: gomergirl at February 27, 2009 9:28 AM

They put a book written by that selfish, deviant freak James St. James in the children's section?
God help us all.

Posted by: Adam at February 27, 2009 9:33 AM

You understand, of course, public schools and librarys have become sanctuaries for child molesters and all sorts of perverts. This sort of behaviour outside of their sanctuaries would bring a visit (hopefully) from the Special Victims Unit of your local police dept.

Posted by: oldguy at February 27, 2009 9:35 AM

This is completely ridiculous! We now have the check what our kids read at the library. Wait until some teacher expects our kids to read this stuff as an assignment. This indoctrination needs to stop. They are our kids, not theirs!

http://franklinslocke.blogspot.com/

Posted by: Franklins Locke at February 27, 2009 9:39 AM

Looks like they've found a loophole in the child pornography laws... just call it "Young Adult Fiction."

Posted by: Gregory of Yardale at February 27, 2009 10:14 AM

van - this is serious in light of all the lay-offs - i heard a shrinky-dink on a news program the other day that the total workforce in the u.s. is nearly 50% female - she was giving advice to men who've been layed off (paraphrased): this will be a very good time for men who have to be home because of being layed off to get in touch with parenting their children...blah...blah...blah...spending more time doing essentially what mothers do. i was appalled.

Posted by: nancz at February 27, 2009 10:40 AM

Because none of you will probably dare read it, or bother to, allow me to state that Freak Show is hilariously funny, moving, and has a giant heart. Its author may be totally flaky, but the story he pens is not. It's a book about feeling like an outsider. Which is how a great number of teens feel. Especially gay teens. Which, I guess you folks can deny reality, but there are teens who are gay, because they're born gay, not because they "learned" it or, heaven forbid, "chose that lifestyle". Who would chose to get beaten up and ridiculed? Anyway, the ultimate outsider would be a gay, teen drag queen in a conservative Florida high school. Nobody's making anybody read anything. But before you go judging things, maybe try reading it first. You know, like Jesus said. [And lest you've forgotten, I believe the line is "Ye who are without sin, cast the first stone."] Personally, I -- a straight guy -- love the cover. But then again, I'm the designer of the book jacket. And frankly, this book has been way more popular in gay-oriented bookstores than with young adults, trust me. So fear not, Red America. We're not coming for your children. Besides, they can read what they want and will do so regardless of your narrow-mindedness.

Posted by: Christian in NYC at February 27, 2009 1:25 PM

C in NYC: Wow, quite preachy, brother. Why so serious? Narrowmindedness? From a liberal? Naaah!

Posted by: Texas Pete at February 27, 2009 1:41 PM

I HAVE read books like this, the characters are gay first and anything else WAY last. A good book would have a character (Main or supporting) who was a cop, or fireman, or teacher, or an explorer. Let's see, did I forget something? Hmmm... oh yeah, that character is also gay. But it really doesn't effect the story a whole lot.

In short, the types of books mentioned in the above artical are BORING because they are about gays or transgendered first and foremost and the rest of the story is practicly an AFTERTHOUGHT!

Posted by: KHarn at February 27, 2009 2:27 PM

In short, the types of books mentioned in the above artical are BORING because they are about gays or transgendered first and foremost and the rest of the story is practicly an AFTERTHOUGHT!

Posted by: KHarn at February 27, 2009 2:27 PM

That's exactly correct, and it's also the problem with the radical gay marriage militant groups. Everything eminates out from their homosexuality, which isn't even accepted as normal by most democrats, and never will, regardless of ones opinion about their "right" to get married. The endless parades, and in your face homo-erotic displays only serve to further their isolation. It's kind of sad, because many in the gay community are perfectly happy, decent human beings who in my opinion deserve to get married.

Posted by: Right0fReagan at February 27, 2009 3:34 PM

> Hmmm... oh yeah, that character is also gay. But it really doesn't effect the story a whole lot.

That isn't how it works. If you're a teen figuring out your sexuality, everything is construed through that lens. It takes a fair bit of growing up for sexual identity to recede into the background. The purpose of these books is to show struggling teens that someone else understands the emotions they're grappling with, and to make them feel less alone. In the larger scheme, they help these teens accept themselves for who they are.

If you feel that gays should reject their sexuality, I can see why anything promoting self-acceptance would cause concern.

> The intent to encourage children to experiment with homosexual depravity is glaring.

Do you worry that teen who experiments with homosexual acts will become homosexual? If only it were so simple. Do you suppose that any of the high-profile scandals among conservative leaders would have occurred if these people could have reaffirmed their heterosexuality with straight sex?

Posted by: AlexDI at February 27, 2009 3:38 PM

KHarn is actually being reasonable for once. I tend to find fiction like this tends to rely heavily on shock and guilt. I went to my local gay pride center recently to check out their selection of these kinds of books; utter crap.

Posted by: Anonymous at February 27, 2009 3:44 PM

I went to my local gay pride center recently to check out their selection of these kinds of books; utter crap.

Posted by: Anonymous at February 27, 2009 3:44 PM


"Gay Pride Center"? How does one derive pride from something which is supposedly natural and born from within? This always annoys me, as it's obvious they're over compensating from inner demons. Just be honest, and be yourselves, and stop the moonbattery.

Posted by: Right0fReagan at February 27, 2009 4:28 PM

> This always annoys me, as it's obvious they're over compensating from inner demons.

Why do you suppose gays have inner demons? Could it be because they're brought up to despise themselves by conservative parents?

Posted by: AlexDI at February 27, 2009 5:59 PM

Yes Alex, all thos radical gay activists in California have conservative parents. Get real.

By the way, do you have the guts, unlike Spicoli Sean Penn, to call YOUR president, B Hussein Obama, a closed minded bigot for his views on gay marriage? I'd like to see at least one of you guys have the courage to do so.

Posted by: Right0fReagan at February 27, 2009 7:03 PM

"KHarn is actually being reasonable for once."

Gosh, thanks. (I think)

Posted by: KHarn at February 27, 2009 8:12 PM

Posted by: Christian in NYC at February 27, 2009 1:25 PM
Posted by: Anonymous at February 27, 2009 3:44 PM

How's your guys Kaposi's Sarcoma?

Are you able to afford your HIV meds in this economy?

What? You don't have HIV?

Well, just give it time.

Posted by: SK at February 27, 2009 9:28 PM

The BROTHERS GRIMM and HANS CHRISTIAN ADERSON must be spinning in their graves to see what liberal moonbat creeps have done to fairy tales

Posted by: SPURWING PLOVER at February 27, 2009 10:13 PM

"Christian in NYC": You quoted a Biblical passage. A few questions arise therefrom: (1) Did Jesus exist? (2) Does the Bible accurately quote his words, especially the whole thing about "I am the way, the truth, and the light"? (3) Since the passage refers to "sin", does sin [an offense towards a sovereign and holy God] really exist? (4) Did Jesus speak with authority as God's son?
If you answer "no" to any of these questions, then why bother using the quotation?

Posted by: PabloD at February 27, 2009 11:55 PM

THe thing is, racists and homophobes are not very intelligent by nature. Therefor, they aren't in a position to write books that are widely acclaimed and embraced by young people. Tolerance and acceptance is a sign of intelligence, so books written by these sorts of people are much more likely to be successful, as are tv shows, movies, and any other sort of cultural output. That's why your way of life IS dying. You have no ability to present yourselves in a way that any person under the age of 60 can relate to. If you can't connect to the non geriatric population, they aren't going to care what you have to say.

"People like you think that because life was one way for you, it HAS to be that way for the rest of us, forever. And only after your generation is dead and in the ground will we finally be free of the weight of you." -Sidney Potier, in "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner."

Posted by: Anonymous at February 28, 2009 7:10 AM


"A man who is convinced of the truth of his religion is indeed never tolerant. At the least, he is to feel pity for the adherent of another religion but usually it does not stop there. The faithful adherent of a religion will try first of all to convince those that believe in another religion and usually he goes on to hatred if he is not successful. However, hatred then leads to persecution when the might of the majority is behind it.
In the case of a Christian clergyman, the tragic-comical is found in this: that the Christian religion demands love from the faithful, even love for the enemy. This demand, because it is indeed superhuman, he is unable to fulfill. Thus intolerance and hatred ring through the oily words of the clergyman. The love, which on the Christian side is the basis for the conciliatory attempt towards Judaism is the same as the love of a child for a cake. That means that it contains the hope that the object of the love will be eaten up..." --- Albert Einstein

Posted by: Prometheus Bound at February 28, 2009 8:06 AM

Just last year NEWSREEK ran a big article claiming the BIBLE approves of gays YEAH COMMING FROM SUCH A LEFT-WING SECULAR RAG LIKE NEWSREEK

Posted by: Flu-Bird at February 28, 2009 8:41 AM

I don't think you guys have anything to worry about. It's not like you raise your children to be intellectually curious. I'm sure they don't even know that people read books outside of school and church, never mind know that a library exists.

Posted by: Anonymous at February 28, 2009 9:17 AM

Posted by: Right0fReagan at February 27, 2009 4:28 PM

What, you aren't proud of your heritage, or your family? Pride is about accepting and liking who you are, which anyone can do.

Posted by: SK at February 27, 2009 9:28 PM

Homosexual doesn't mean stupid. Idiot.

Posted by: Anonymous at February 28, 2009 11:47 AM

This is amazing, if only because West Bend is a very, VERY conservative town. Apparently the resident leftist took a job at the library.

Posted by: CoderInCrisis at February 28, 2009 10:29 PM

Posted by: Anonymous at February 28, 2009 11:47 AM

And yet homosexuals almost invariably wind up with more cases of HIV and Hep A, B & C than heterosexual couples.

Posted by: SK at March 1, 2009 1:21 AM

Boy, the anonymous trolls are out in full force, and using their most time- honored tactic: Attempting to smear conservatives with insulting, unfounded stereotypes.
"Tolerance and acceptance is a sign of intelligence."
I think you mean "Tolerance and acceptance ARE signs of intelligence." And you have the nerve to accuse US of being stupid.
btw, tolerance and acceptance are two completely different things. As far as how we view homosexuals, we are in favor of the former (Since tolerance basically just means putting up with them in spite of how we feel about their lifestyles), but do not believe in the latter (Since acceptance means fully welcoming homosexuality and accepting it as a normal, desirable behavior, which many of us do not necessarily believe to be the case).
"You have no ability to present yourselves in a way that any person under the age of 60 can relate to."
Hey moron, I'm 25, and a full conservative at heart. I know of many other people my age and younger who are also conservatives. btw, it is conservatism which helps kids grow into strong, intelligent, rational, moral people, if raised in a good conservative household as I was. In contrast, being raised in a liberal household/ environment frequently tends to create the kinds of charming, upstanding youths seen in articles like these:
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2008/09/moonbat_brownsh.html
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2008/09/more_moonbat_ma.html
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2009/02/what_billy_club.html
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2009/02/squeeeeeeeeeal.html
http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2009/02/portrait_of_a_t.html

"I don't think you guys have anything to worry about. It's not like you raise your children to be intellectually curious. I'm sure they don't even know that people read books outside of school and church, never mind know that a library exists."
Okay, not only is that a bigoted, idiotic, stereotypical projection, it in fact shows how dim YOU are.
You say we raise our kids to be idiots who don't think people read outside of school and church and don't know what a library is?
News flash, genius: Most schools, and many decently- sized churches, have libraries, with schools especially encouraging the kids to frequent the libraries and spend time there at least once a week or more (Depending on the grade level of the students in question).
You just shot yourself in the foot with your own ignorant, insulting post.

Posted by: Adam at March 1, 2009 6:59 PM

I've linked to your post with a quotation from Government Politically Correct Morality Force Fed to Children

Posted by: Wayne at March 2, 2009 1:33 PM

I've linked to your post, as well.

Thank you!

Posted by: GAMazy at March 6, 2009 5:56 AM