The one uncompromising thread that seems to run throughout all secular progressives is in their desire to have absolute control in setting  whatever agenda they’re pushing regardless of how detrimental that agenda might be.

Case in point; a lesbian teacher who teaches primary grade children as young as 4-years old apparently has no moral and or ethical compulsion in attempting to “educate” children on the complex issues of gay sexuality.

The revelation came about in a workshop at a homosexual activist conference for teachers when teacher Pam Strong reveled she uses her classroom to promote homosexual relationships.

“I started in Kindergarten. What a great place to start. It was where I was teaching. So, I was the most comfortable there,” Pam Strong said at the conference, hosted by the homosexual activist organization Jer’s Vision, now called the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity.

Strong continued: “With the principal’s encouragement, we decided that I would go from class to class and talk about what ‘gay’ means, what does  ‘LGBTQ’ mean, what do ‘I’ mean,” she told about 40 attendees, all educators, at her workshop.

Strong related how she began with the junior kindergarten class: “And I read a pro-gay child’s book “King and King”, and I started to realize that conversations can be very difficult, and they can have the most power when they are the most difficult.”

Obviously the question that needs to be asked is “where are the parents?”  And what right does this teacher have in discussing an adult and sensitive topic to children who are emotionally too young to understand the complexities of even traditional sexuality let alone the topic of homosexuality, in that this is a topic reserved for parents and parents only and not someone promoting an agenda. However even more troubling than the inappropriate subject matter, is the sheer disregard and arrogance of these educators.

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