by : LIAM DEACON
The number of primary school-aged children, some as young as four, beginning to “transition” their gender is rising rapidly in the UK. The popularity of the fad appears to be clustered, with children copying others in the same schools.
Up to 80 primary school-aged children a year are now seeking help towards potentially changing their gender, the chair of Mermaids, a charity which lobbies for families who believe their children and teenagers are transgendered, has revealed.
USA Today reports that on Monday, Jordan Wooley, a straight-A student at the West Memorial Junior High School, and her classmates were told by their reading teacher that God is not real and that answers to the contrary would result in a poor grade.
Source: Breaking Christian News
Author: Ben Johnson
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ABORTIONIST: "KILLING" IS "THE MOST IMPORTANT THING I COULD DO", DESCRIBES HARVESTING BABIES' BRAINS IN NEW VIDEO
Source: NY Times
By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
KABUL, Afghanistan — In his last phone call home, Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr. told his father what was troubling him: From his bunk in southern Afghanistan, he could hear Afghan police officers sexually abusing boys they had brought to the base.
“At night we can hear them screaming, but we’re not allowed to do anything about it,” the Marine’s father, Gregory Buckley Sr., recalled his son telling him before he was shot to death at the base in 2012. He urged his son to tell his superiors. “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.
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Target stores will no longer have 'boys' and 'girls' sections in most of the children's departments in their stores.
The chain is removing gender labels from toys and bedding sections after customers complained about gender stereotyping.
Signs designating some items for girls and others for boys will be taken down.
Gender labels will remain in the kids' clothing section, because of sizing and fit differences.
Americans warned, 'Get off of Facebook, turn off the TV, and educate yourself'
Public education in America today is almost the opposite of education, according to an education expert who calls the nation’s schooling “indoctrination.”
“This isn’t some kind of huge national accident that all these legions of Ph.D experts and all these legions of committees and the U.S. Department of Education – it’s not that they’re just incompetent fools and don’t know what they’re doing,” said international journalist and educator Alex Newman. “They want the system to be doing what it’s doing, and that is destroying real education.”
Real education, according to Newman, means developing knowledgeable, well-rounded Americans who can think critically, process information, make good decisions, support themselves and serve the needs of society.
In other words, real education produces productive members of a capitalist society.
The Fairfax County Public school board recently approved lessons about homosexuality and gender identity in its Family Life Education curriculum.
The board approved the controversial lessons in a 10-2 vote June 25.
According the Fairfax County School board website, "The early elementary program emphasizes the importance of families, distinction between good and bad touch, sources of help, and the importance of friendships. Human sexuality is first introduced in grade four."
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A huge billboard with an even bigger message is getting a lot of attention in Memphis, Tennessee. The billboard message is "Show Your Mind, Not Your Behind."
Former Memphis City Councilman Fred Davis paid for the billboard out of his own pocket.
"It is the nature of young people to follow the crowd. I maintained when I was in high school that the crowd is usually wrong," David said. "The young men need role models where they are."
Saggy pants have also been banned on the boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ.
The shore town passed the law in June and it was a unanimous decision.
It bans overly saggy pants, as well as bikini bottoms and dresses that are more than three inches below the waistline.
Davis hopes the message will get through to teenagers.
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