Gay porno for kids, thanks to GLSEN and Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar” Kevin Jennings

Kevin Jennings: Obama’s perverted vile “Safe schools Czar”

The only thing safe about schools Kevin Jennings wants is for it to be safe for him to have sex with little boys, and for them to have sex with each other. This queer pedophile Obama has selected, WITH OUT ANY VOTE OR CHOICE from the public, is truly a sick individual. [And I can say that because you tell me how any adult can talk to 12-14 year olds about fisting and swallowing sperm without being a pedophile?? His organization also supports NAMBLA. So yes, Kevin Jennings is a pedophile!] Sure it’s old news the story about the sex conference he had in Massachusetts but if you look at what happened then and see what GLSEN, (founded by Kevin), practices today, you will be appalled.

GLSEN [Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network], founded by Kevin Jennings has on their page a list of very sickening books recommended to be handed out to kids. THIS IS RECOMMENDED READING!!!

The following are descriptions of a few of the books taken directly off GLSEN’s site. It’s very sick. And I put Kevin’s own little “Mama’s Boy…” book at the top. Take a look:

Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son: A Memoir of Growing Up, Coming Out, and Changing America’s Schools – A powerful memoir about growing up in trailer parks, coming out at Harvard, and fighting for justice in our schools.

Long before Kevin Jennings began advocating to end anti-LGBT bias in schools, he was a victim of it. In Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son, Jennings traces the roots of his activism to his elementary school days in the conservative South, where “faggot” became more familiar to him than his own name. Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son is that rare memoir that is both a riveting personal story and an inside account of a critical chapter in our recent history. Creating safe schools for all youth is now a central part of the progressive agenda in American education—and Kevin Jennings is at the forefront of that fight. Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son earned an A- in Entertainment Weekly, was featured in Salon and The Advocate, and was called “a great read” by People.

Being Different: Lambda Youths Speak Out
Personal narratives by 15 young people complement commentary at the beginning of each chapter on what it is like to a lesbian, gay or bisexual young person. There are chapters on sexual identity, coming out, and the pain of being LGB in high school. In addition, a chapter on religion-based attitudes toward homosexuality puts anti-LGBT rhetoric in perspective.

Queer 13
Seventh Grade: You remember it, don’t you? Sweet sixteen seemed impossibly far away, an elegant, unattainable future. All that we had was the doldrums of thirteen–not so sweet, and definitely queer.

Now, some of the finest observers of the gay experience take us back to the homerooms and hallways of our youth, in a collection of original essays that captures that time of adolescence when social and sexual development was at its raging worst.

The Full Spectrum: A New Generation of Writing About Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Other Identities
Young adults are more aware than ever of their sexuality and identity, and they’re looking for answers and insights, as well as a community of others. In order to help create that community, Lamda Award- winner David Levithan and critically-acclaimed poet Billy Merrill have compiled an anthology of original poems, essays, and stories written by young adults in their teens and early 20’s. This collection, aptly titled THE FULL SPECTRUM: A New Generation of Writing About Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Other Identities, includes a variety of talented writers—gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight, transitioning, and questioning, who share thoughts on a full spectrum of subjects: coming out, family, friendship, religion and faith, first kisses, break-ups, and many other topics of importance. The result is an exciting and vital contribution to the discussion on sexuality by and for today’s teens.

Stories in THE FULL SPECTRUM cover a plethora of experiences: revelations of truth, feelings of heartbreak, joy, and resilience. They celebrate truth and honesty as each of the young writers reveal both their personal experiences and individual takes on the world that they are living in. These pieces provide a place for readers that is both a resource and a refuge: for solace, information, different experiences and viewpoints. Working with the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), the collectors have succeeded in creating a unique and groundbreaking work that deftly deals with issues of sexuality and identity.

Not since Marion Dane Bauer’s revolutionary collection Am I Blue? Coming Out from the Silence, has there been a collection that provides this kind of community, comfort, and comprehensive information for the LGBT and straight teen population. David Levithan and Billy Merrill have created a book that will appeal to a diverse group of readers who are looking for something that lets them know they are not alone. THE FULL SPECTRUM is a powerful anthology about sexuality and life that readers are sure to welcome and appreciate for years to come.

David Levithan is the acclaimed author of Are We There Yet?, Boy Meets Boy and The Realm of Possibility. His debut novel Boy Meets Boy, was an American Library Association (ALA) Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults, an ALA Quick Pick, and the 2004 Lambda Literary Award Winner for Young Adult readers. He is the editor of the PUSH imprint at Scholastic and lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Billy Merrill is the author of the critically-acclaimed Talking In the Dark, a collection of personal narrative poems. He received his BA in English from the University of Florida where he studied writing and poetry, and he is currently working toward his MFA at Columbia University in New York.

GLSEN will receive a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book.

Revolutionary Voices: A Multicultural Queer Youth Anthology
The first creative resource by and for queer and questioning youth of every color, class, religion, gender and ability, Revolutionary Voices presents a collection of experiences, ideas, dreams, and fantasies expressed through prose, poetry, artwork, letters, diaries and performance pieces.

Reflections of a Rock Lobster: A Story About Growing up Gay
Fricke made national news when he sued his school for the right to take a male date to the prom. Here is his story of growing up gay in America.

Passages Of Pride: True Stories of Lesbian and Gay Teenagers
Interviews with six St. Paul teenagers are supplemented with profiles of other teens as they confront sometimes triumphantly, sometimes tragically the challenges of coming out to themselves and the world.

Growing Up Gay/Growing Up Lesbian
Growing Up Gay/Growing Up Lesbian is the first literary anthology geared specifically to gay and lesbian youth. It includes more than fifty coming-of-age stories by established writers and by teenagers and has been hailed by writers, educators, activists, booksellers, and the press as an essential resource for young people–and not-so-young people–seeking to understand the gay and lesbian experience.

The Order of the Poison Oak
In this sequel to Geography Club (2003), 16-year-old Russel, now openly gay and tired of being the freak at school, tries to escape as a counselor in a rural summer camp with his two best friends. The camp kids are 10-year-old burn survivors, scarred and disfigured, and Russel identifies with them. They also have fun together, once he stops seeing them as “all nervous and noble.” But Russel fights with his friends, especially after discovering that he and bisexual Min are attracted to the same gorgeous counselor guy–who tries to have unprotected sex with each of them. There’s too much metaphor and message, including the stories Russel tells the kids about raging fires, hidden beauty, and developing toughness. What readers will like best is the honest, tender, funny, first-person narrative that brings close what it’s like to have a crush and hate a friend. In one unforgettable scene, some teenagers call the scarred kids freaks, and to his lasting shame, Russel says nothing.

And if that’s not enough, you can even have something like the following gadgets from thinkb4youspeak(another pro gay lesbian propaganda site aimed at kids), on your website to keep the kiddies coming to the fag agenda. Last I check on the top one the yes votes were 68% for thinking it’s OK to say the word FAG. Haha good, cause thats what they are, fag abominations.