Is there any state that is more liberal and anti-everything decent about America, than California?
If you were asked what state is the home to largest LBGT activists, would you answer California?
Knowing that, would it surprise you to learn that history textbooks used in California have been not just teaching LGBT ideology but that it has played an important role in the history of the state and nation?
It shouldn’t be that much of a surprise, knowing that the state officially recognizes May 22 as Harvey Milk Day, in honor of the first openly gay member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. He was murdered and his death has been a rallying point for the LGBT movement.
(Constitution.com) – It is being reported that, “the California board of education brought to an end a decades-long campaign to emphasize lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender historical figures in state social-studies / history textbooks, approving K-8 volumes that make identity politics of all kinds the core of the subject.”
So grades K-8 will now be learning alternative history, of all the significant achievements of America’s homosexuals and cross-dressers. As a parent, I can think of nothing more enlightening than to teach my five year old that Ralph down the street, who dresses like a woman, is historically significant.
California State Senator Mark Leno, who represents San Francisco (where else) says that, “Most textbooks don’t include any historical information about the LGBT movement, which has great significance to both California and U.S. history. We are censoring the history lessons,” denying students “the facts of the struggle for equal rights.” Really – name three. And the annual gay-pride parade doesn’t count as being historically significant.
Coincidently, Leno is running for Mayor of San Francisco, but I’m sure this has nothing to do with his most recent push for LGBT significance. And last I checked, everyone in this country already has equal rights. Not special rights – just equal rights…
If you want to know what Sodom and Gomorrah were like, all you have to do is to visit places like San Francisco and Balboa Park in San Diego. The last time I visited was in San Francisco and San Diego, I could not help but recall Genesis 19 that not only described what one sees in California but it also described how God destroyed the two cities because of their abominable perversions.