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February 26, 2009

Low Rent

Posted by Dave Blount at February 26, 2009 7:52 AM

Educrats don't find the school day long enough to cram children's heads full of all the degenerate moonbattery they want to impose, so they have extended their brainwashing campaign into extracurricular activities by having kids stage the play "Rent," a romp through the sewer that features homosexuals, drag queens, thieves, and AIDS. The Gray Hag approvingly reports:

The New York producers of "Rent," who receive some royalties from the school edition, said they hoped it would become a new, revenue-generating staple of the high school musical landscape, as well as a teaching tool that augments sex education and draws teenagers to acting and theater with a more modern production than, say, "The Music Man."

The student version throws a bone to parents by cleaning up some of the foul language, but keeps the "sex education" aspects intact.

Ron Martin, a theater teacher at Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach, California, decided to put on the student version of the play "hoping that it would counter what he saw as creeping homophobia on this Orange County campus." Martin boasts,

In this instance, having an agenda as a teacher didn't give me pause. My job is to give my students life skills. Discrimination is wrong on all levels.

"Discrimination" is moonbattese for resisting corruption and depravity. But despite the "life skills" children might learn, grownups thankfully stepped in and canceled the production, leaving Martin to squeal that "homosexuality is not wrong!"

However, high school productions of this trash have gotten the green light at other high schools, even in normally civilized parts of the country like Texas.

Crows Jeffrey Seller, a "Rent" producer:

Like it or not, we're right smack in the middle of an enormous cultural shift right now.

Next up as the culture shifts: middle school productions of "The 120 Days of Sodom," by the Marquis de Sade.

Providing role models deemed appropriate by educrats.

On a tip from Burning Hot.