The Homo Agenda is making great inroads in my state
The Governor’s School of North Carolina describes itself as “program for intellectually gifted high school students, integrating academic disciplines, the arts, and unique courses.” But one North Carolina couple is suffering some after effects of their son’s involvement in the program. Jim and Beverly Burrows say after their son attended a Governor’s School seminar called “The New Gay Teenager,” he began telling them he was unsure of his “sexual orientation.”
The parents believe the seminar was intentionally scheduled as the last optional one before classes ended in order to leave a strong, lasting impression on the students and bypass any parental notification about the seminar. Jim Burrows says he noticed a big difference in his otherwise normal son upon his return from the school.
“He [said he] was thinking now that he perhaps was gay — and of course I was floored by this [pronouncement] and was, like, ‘where did this come from?’ This kind of came out of left field,” the dad says. After questioning his son for an extended period, Burrows says he discovered the source. “I found out that this was as a result of this seminar.”
Have you all stopped laughing yet? I think that there’s an ad campaign just waiting to happen. If you go to the school’s site, the student endorsements now have a whole new meaning because Jim Burrows has uncovered The Homosexual AgendaTM is an integral part of the curriculum. Look at the brainwashing that occurs…
“It’s a place where you stretch your mind to think about the world and yourself in new ways…”
“They will hit you with earth-shattering topics…and there is no better place to learn, laugh, and grow up.”
“I have developed a more accepting attitude towards controversial material and opposing beliefs. I understand many more perspectives that others have, and this array of viewpoints has helped me to better establish and support my opinions.”
“It was the greatest time of my life. I developed a strong sense of identity in this very accepting environment of talented and brilliant, yet humble friends.”
“Residentially, students room with other youth with whom they can communicate on an intellectual and social level.”
“You will have the most amazing summer – you’ll meet people both incredibly like and unlike yourself- your mind will be opened and it will help form you into a thoughtful, hopeful person.”
– Students, 2003
My god, what are they doing to the children there?! Burrows is beside himself; the Governor’s school has destroyed his family!
According to Burrows, his son was instructed by two openly homosexual staff members of the Governor’s School to question his sexuality as well as Bible passages that condemn homosexuality. And the students were also encouraged by instructors to start a Gay Straight Alliance club at their schools, he says.
The North Carolina dad explains that his son’s subsequent struggle with homosexuality has turned his family upside down. “As far as our family is concerned, the damage has already been done,” he laments. “There’s no way that we can go back and undo what has been done.” Still, Mr. Burrows feels he needs to warn other parents of the homosexual indoctrination his son encountered at the Governor’s School. “[I]f I can keep one other family from having to go through this, then all this trouble has been worthwhile,” he says.
Jeebus, send your to Exodus International — maybe you can undo “the gay” in him!
Jeremy of Good As You takes a crack at these whiners.