Gay Activism


Whether it’s books promoting same-sex marriage to kindergartners, crossword puzzles introducing third graders to terms like “transgender,” or graphic instruction about homosexual behavior for middle school age kids—parents across the country have encountered disturbing incidents of homosexual advocacy and sexual experimentation being promoted in their child’s school against their will. In recent years, we’ve tracked an unprecedented increase in these incidents and the growth of aggressive, nationwide advocacy movements to push the boundaries even more—oftentimes supported by officials at the highest level of our government.

What’s a parent to do? Needless to say this trend can be intimidating to those who feel deeply and passionately about the need to protect their child’s innocence—and who believe in their God-given and constitutional rights to direct the upbringing of their children. This trend is also creating a pressure-cooker situation for students of faith who find their beliefs challenged, and often disparaged, in classrooms and college campuses.  How can people of faith respond to these circumstances? How can parents stand firm for protecting their children and their First Amendment right to teach Biblical values—while at the same time effectively communicating God’s redemptive love to those around them? How can students of faith respectfully express their point of view when controversial topics are brought up in school—while at the same time expressing love for those who disagree with them? The resources on this page are designed to equip students and parents to navigate these issues.

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If you watched Beyoncé perform at the Super Bowl a couple of weeks ago, whatever else you thought, she got one thing right: young ladies should hold out for a wedding ring. Not to do so is to invite all kinds of problems, as we know that young, unmarried women who engage in sexual activity are at risk for a number of potential risks, ranging from the physical to the emotional, the psychological to the relational, and the social to the spiritual.

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