‘Some people are gay. Get over it!’ – Stonewall’s back to school ad campaign

The Stonewall website declares:

A hard-hitting message is being sent out by Stonewall over the next fortnight to coincide with pupils returning to schools: ‘Some people are gay. Get over it!’

Five hundred display panels and 20 major railway station advertising screens will feature this slogan in at sites in England, Scotland and Wales.

The truth is that all bullying is reprehensible. Of course, Stonewall gets access to schoolchildren under the pretext of ‘homophobic bullying’. I find this most objectionable because children tend to be either unable to grasp the subject or else are at that age where hormones are running wild. Plus, of course, children’s minds can be easily manipulated.

This campaign timed with the start of a new school term to encourage the idea that it’s everyone’s responsibility to tackle homophobic bullying – both within the school gates, and in the wider world.’

Sorry, but I just do not buy this. If I see a kid being bullied in the street, do I say, ‘excuse me, is this homophobic bulling going on?’ If the answer is ‘no’ I’m supposed to walk by and if the answer is ‘yes’ I’ve to become furious and demand an end to such barbarity.

Talk about discrimination!

Hard to believe they just want to go about their business peacefully

A sign of bullying? Hard to believe they just want to go about their business peacefully

My last post gave evidence that not only is homosexual behaviour a choice, but that Peter Tatchell recognises that it is a choice.

One in five therapists has had to deal with people with unwanted homosexual attraction. I wonder how many children’s minds Stonewall leave needing healed.

Stonewall’s The Teachers’ Report is a document I have just discovered. It deserves more than a glance. For instance, a primary school teacher says:

Children need to be taught to value gay relationships.

Another primary teacher states:

When a child said another child was “gay” I explained that one in ten people were gay, meaning that three children in the class would grow up gay. I also explained that there was nothing wrong with being gay – that it is a natural fact of life.

What right does she have to implant her idea of morality into children because of a political agenda? Plus, she is still using the highly discredited Kinsey ten percent. Where are the parents in all this? Are they even aware of what is going on?

A report in today’s Times, “Disadvantaged children failed by British system, warns OECD,” says that the UK performed worse than average in the study of overall child well-being and was poor regarding ‘risky’ behaviour including sex and alcohol, but:

The UK ranked fourth out of 25 countries for children’s school satisfaction, with ”relatively low” rates of bullying.

If you ask me, Stonewall consistently demonstrate that they are the real bullies.

Let’s talk about rights.

What about the right of confused teenagers to be free from Stonewall’s propaganda?

What about the rights of parents?

What about the right of children not to be pressured into identifying with a sexuality at a young age, which, some believe, actually increases the likelihood of suicidal thoughts.

It seems to me that the only ‘right’ that Ben Summerskill and Stonewall are interested in is their own ‘right’ to live a deviant lifestyle and recruit others into it, especially schoolchildren.

No wonder they are so keen on sex ‘education’ starting at age five.

UPDATE 6.0PM – Just seen this via Reddit: Pigs halt Coventry woods gay sex trysts. This is what children are, in effect, being led into. Imagine these open air homosexual orgies, but multiplied as time goes on as more people are led to believe that this behaviour is normal. You can imagine what Sir John David Michaelis was referring to when he wrote: Whoever, therefore wishes to ruin a nation, has only to get this vice introduced.

This is very serious now. We are seeing normal family life becoming more and more strained and sidelined, while casual liaisons and ‘recreational’ sex are being sold to youngsters. Western civilisation is crumbling and will continue to unless we reverse this tragic situation and let children know the truth.

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8 Responses to ‘Some people are gay. Get over it!’ – Stonewall’s back to school ad campaign

  1. Richard Borrett says:

    First of all:

    “It seems to me that the only ‘right’ that Ben Summerskill and Stonewall are interested in is their own ‘right’ to live a deviant lifestyle and recruit others into it, especially schoolchildren.

    No wonder they are so keen on sex ‘education’ starting at age five.”

    That is a petty, disgraceful and offensive insinuation and you should be sorry.

  2. Stewart Cowan says:

    Hello Richard,

    You might also be interested to know that the UK’s major abortion and contraception ‘services’ are also calling on the government to start sex ‘education’ at age five.

    These people are the *cause* of some of our major problems.

    Across the board we see selfish self-interest and that’s what I’m exposing here. To use vulnerable schoolchildren as political pawns to try to make society accept your behaviour is truly disgusting.

    It’s time parents stopped being intimidated by bullies like Stonewall and insist that their children’s schools are places of learning and not recruitment camps.

  3. Dave says:

    You have missed the point. The problem is that homophobic bullying is very often ignored by teachers, and sometimes teachers have even been known to join in the bullying. That’s why it is important to specifically condemn homophobic bullying as well as bullying in general.

  4. Stewart Cowan says:

    I disagree. It seems that bullying in general is practically ignored in some schools. All bullying should be addressed equally. But that’s beside the point really, as I believe Stonewall is using this issue as an excuse to try to normalise homosexual behaviour in the eyes of the rest of society.

    Those billboards remind me of the telescreens out of 1984 – barking orders at you to comply.

    Like I said, Stonewall are the bullies and as we know, bullies pick on weak people, like modern-day soppy schoolteachers, because they are only weak themselves.

  5. Andrew F says:

    Plus, she is still using the highly discredited Kinsey ten percent.

    Stewart. Stewart, Stewart, Stewart. When you start writing sentences like that, it’s time to accept that you are becoming dangerously obsessed. That primary school teacher is unlikely to have any idea that she’s using Kinsey’s ten percent or that anyone has attempted to discredit him. The fact that you do seems to suggest that you’ve spent a little too long thinking about the matter.

    There are more important things to debate. I’m sure you don’t need me to rattle off a list. But if you really can’t stop constantly pontificating and casting judgement about other people’s sexual choices and the society’s efforts to tolerate those choices, then you really are becoming a very sick person.

    Go to the pub, mate.

  6. Stewart Cowan says:

    What “other people” do, Andrew, impacts on everyone else. If they act immorally, others suffer.

  7. subrosa says:

    That poster would not be so offensive if there was another alongside saying ‘Most people are hetrosexual. Get over it’.

    I know where you’re coming from Stewart and I supported the removal of Clause 28 here in Scotland. That was until I saw the material which was to be taught to children from the age of 5. If I had children of that age I would refuse to send them to school for them to be given sex education in such detail.

    Why is sexuality so important for gay people? Why do so many need to publicise their sexuality?

    Sexuality doesn’t matter unless in some specialised jobs. I couldn’t care less if my doctor was gay, straight or things in between as long as they can do their job.

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