We had a wonderful turnout last night at the Anchorage School Board meeting where the vast majority of people testifying spoke in favor of the fundamental right of parents to be informed and involved if their child begins identifying as the opposite sex. CLICK HERE for that story on MustRead Alaska by Tim Barto, VP of Operations for Alaska Family Council.
One of the great realities often overlooked is how people and groups don’t fit as nice and tidy together in perceived boxes as we think.Gays Against Groomers is a fairly accurate example of that. If you have a mindset that everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community is supportive of sexually charged curricula in public schools, Drag Queen Story hours and 13 year old girls getting double masectomies because they feel as though they are boys…you would be wrong. From their website…“Our community that once preached love and acceptance of others has been hijacked by radical activists who are now pushing extreme concepts onto society, specifically targeting children in recent years.The overwhelming majority of gay people are against what the community has transformed into, and we do not accept the political movement pushing their agenda in our name. Gays Against Groomers directly opposes the sexualization and indoctrination of children. This includes drag queen story hours, drag shows involving children, the transitioning and medicalization of minors, and gender theory being taught in the classroom.The activists, backed by school boards, government, woke media, and corporations, have been speaking on our behalf for too long. When fighting for equality, our goal was to successfully integrate ourselves into society, but now these radicals aim to restructure it entirely in order to accommodate a fringe minority, as well as seek to indoctrinate children into their ideology. We’re saying NO.” I’m grateful to chat with Robert Wallace on the show today who works out of Arizona with Gays Against Groomers. We’ll dive into why the issue of parental rights and the innocence of children is resonating much farther than most people know. As always, if you can’t tune in live on radio, be sure to go wherever you get your podcasts and listen at your convenience. Thanks for your interest in “I’m Glad You Said That” and to John & Sandy Powers for their generous sponsorship of the show. We couldn’t do it without them.
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Standing for families…in His name,Jim Minnery – President