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Known H8 group rolls out H8-ful video aimed at the H8er community

As progressive as we Bay Staters are, some vestiges of the “pro-family” movement do exist here in Massachusetts. Exhibit “A” is the group MassResistance. They’re hateful because they keep following us around and showing people what we’re really up to. They should stop doing that.

The Southern Poverty Law Center lists MassResistance as a hate group. That means that they’re bad. The logic goes something like this–the SPLC has spent years battling the KKK and similar white supremacist groups. These days they’ve fixed their sites on MassResistance. That means that MassResistance is the equivalent of the KKK. See how that argumentation works?

I can’t believe that a known hate group like MassResistance is allowed to exist in my state. Once the SPLC declares it a hate group, we should be able to outlaw their existence. Right?

It just makes me so upset. Maybe if I threatened to kill myself, the government would take some action against them. I’ve noticed that every time gay people don’t get their way, they threaten to blow their brains out. It’s been shown to be highly effective.  Other people’s free speech rights are trumped by our emotional outbursts of self-loathing. I’m very delicate, and I might commit suicide at any moment. It’s easier to police the thoughts of everyone else than for me to just get some damned counseling. After all, if I got counseling, that might suggest that I’m batshit crazy, which I’m not. I’m just an emotional basketcase with same-sex attraction disorder. Many years ago, they used to call people like me “sick”–but those were the dark ages. Now we’re totally normal. The sick people are on the other side.

MassResistance has teamed up with another hate group, the Family Research Council, to make a short film on the “gay agenda”. Ha! Ha! As if we have some kind of agenda. Our only agenda is equality. And we have to brainwash your kids in order to do that.

I wouldn’t want to promote their film, but I’ll post here. I’d like to address some of the points that they make in the film.

The film features known hompophobe Brian Camenker, head of MassResistance. In case you were wondering, he’s one of those Jews we hate so much. Not that I have a problem with Jews, just as long as they don’t practice Judaism, which Camenker does. It’s okay to be Jewish, just so long as you submit a written proposal to me concerning your religious beliefs. I’ll decide what you may believe and what you may not. If I find your beliefs to be hateful, that means that I can hate your religion and it’s not really a form of bigotry.

Camenker starts in with the “Little Black Book” controversy, which is like, so old. In case you didn’t know, The Little Black Book was a homosexual safe sex publication paid for with taxpayer dollars. I keep a stack of them in my office at the high school here. Its full title is “Little Black Book V 2.0 Queer in the 21st Century”.

As you can see, it’s rather mild. It’s just telling gay teenagers to hang in there and not to hate themselves.

http://www.article8.org/docs/news_events/glsen_043005/black_book/black_book_inside.htm

Well, not really. It does offers advice on: “Fuckin'”, “Suckin'”, “Rimming? (Lickin’ Butt)”, “Water Sports (piss play)” as well as “Fisting”. I get upset whenever anyone suggests that gay men like to lick each others’ assholes. That’s so untrue. But just in case that’s your thing, here’s a little advice on how to do it, and how to do it safely. See? We’re not perverts, we just want to make sure no one gets hurt while eating another guy’s butthole. Any one who thinks that the best way to avoid the risks of butt-hole licking is to avoid the practice entirely is just out of touch and in denial about the realities of human sexuality.

I have to take issue with the section on fisting, however.

“What makes fisting risky when it comes to diseases is that the blood vessels in the rectum are close to the surface which means damage can occur easily and go unnoticed. Avoid too much alcohol or drugs when you fist or get fisted…Trauma can increase the risk of HIV when you get fucked, so you might want to do your fucking before fisting. Use lots of lubes, condoms, and latex gloves.”

The reason I object to it is because it points out that shoving objects up your ass tends to break blood vessels. It almost makes it sound as if sodomy is dangerous and unhealthy. I don’t want to hear stuff like that because I rather enjoy having objects shoved in my rectum. It’s not an essential body part needed for removing waste, it’s my personal play toy. I stick all sorts of things up there and I don’t want to hear about “trauma”.  Then again, that goes a long way in explaining why I have bruising and bleeding around my asshole.

I also object to another part of the pamphlet that says that it’s “a great time” to be gay.

Excuse me? Somebody better tell the writer of this pamphlet to get back on script. We’re enjoying “more visibility and acceptance”? I don’t think so. I mean, we’re actually overrepresented on TV and no one is allowed to say a disparaging word about us, but so what? We’re still an oppressed minority. It’s never “a great time to be gay” because society shuns us. We are hated for our love! There are still a few people left in society who don’t trip over themselves to tell us how great it is that we sleep with people of the same sex. And that means that millions of gay kids are at risk. Some of them might kill themselves. So STOP TELLING PEOPLE THAT IT’S A GREAT TIME TO BE GAY, otherwise people might stop feeling sorry for us. And then how would be get special treatment?

Okay, but other than those two minor peccadilloes, I think the pamphlet is great. And yes, we were handing it out to high school students. Heck, it was targeted to high school students. Why do you think we mentioned that Boston has “lots of services for queer youths”?

But here’s the thing…no one was supposed to find out that we were handing these out to their children! But MassResistance had to go poking its nose in our business. They found out we were bringing our homosexual promotional tour to Brookline High School and they crashed the event, undercover. They like to do that. They don’t reveal themselves as the homophobes that they are because then we might not reveal ourselves as the perverts that we are.

So we lied about it. In the video, Camenker explains GLSEN’s reaction to the Little Black Book.

“Immediately, they [GLSEN] put out a press release saying that we [MassResistance] had planted the book there. Then in about a day later, they said ‘No, we [MassResistance] didn’t really plant the book. It really was there, but there were only a few copies there.’ And then they finally admitted, ‘yeah there were a bunch of copies there’. But they were going to try to make sure that they were not there again. We’ve since seen this at other events.”

Ugh! Well, yeah…I mean, when we got caught, we tried to explain it away. Our final rationale was that the books were there by accident! That’s the memo that I got. Yes, those books were never intended for youths, despite the fact that it’s written right in it that Boston has great services for “queer youth”. When we said “queer youth”, we meant queer adults. And somehow these books, which were meant for adults, ended up in the hands of GLSEN, a youth-oriented homosexual organization. And then, if that were happenstance enough, the aforementioned organization accidentally distributed taxpayer funded, adult-themed materials at a youth event! It could have happened to anybody.

Brian Camenker, homophobe and head of MassResistance. His organization has a habit of following us around and exposing to the world the things that we do. And because we're embarassed by our activities, we don't want him to do that.

Camenker goes on to explain about his fight in the Massachusetts legislature concerning schools:

“And it’s always a battle. The homosexual activists do not want parents knowing what goes on. They do not want parents opting out their kids. They’ve testified on several occasions that parents being able to opt out their kids, they consider dangerous and intolerant.”   

And it is! Parents have no right to decide how their children are educated. They don’t even have a right to know what’s being taught, much less to object to the lessons and have their children removed. Because if they had that right, we might not be able to indoctrinate their children.

We will decide what everyone else’s children learn. And trust me, it won’t be reading, writing, history, civics, or science. Heaven knows that the public schools fail miserably to teach any of those subjects, as test results have confirmed. Nope, we’re in there to teach kids about “lickin’ butt” and where to find all the best gay bars in Beantown. For some reason, we do a great job of educating kids on that subject. Kids graduating from high school today may not be able to read their diplomas, but at least they know how to put on a condom!

Brian Camenker just doesn’t get it. I bet he’s secretly gay. Everyone knows that homophobes are themselves repressed homosexuals. Only a black-hearted, evil, hateful man could object to the materials we distribute. I mean seriously, what’s wrong with a little instruction on piss play? Why shouldn’t students be taught how to avoid “getting dookie on your noodle”? Is Brian Camenker pro-dookie on the noodle?

Anyway, I thought I’d share this dangerous H8 filled propaganda video with my audience. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to call the suicide hotline.

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Safe schools budget slashed. Gay suicide epedemic follows.

Considering our recent victory in New York State, a lot of angry homosexual activists think that we can now rest on our laurels. Sad to say, we cannot. As sweet as the victory in New York was, the threat to queer normalization is, in fact, greater than ever.

I’m speaking, of course, about the recent budget cuts impacting the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools (OSDFS) and the resignation of its first director, Kevin Jennings. The upcoming 2012 budget will likely slash this department’s budget by seventy-five percent.

The OSDFS has been headed, until this month, by an aggressive homosexual who really deserves credit for mainstreaming perversion in our public schools. You may know Jennings as the founder of GLSEN and the author of “One Teacher out of Ten”, a reference to the myth that ten percent of the population is homosexual. We took that statistic from sexologist Alfred Kinsey, a known pervert of the first degree who studied human sexuality in a vain attempt to prove that his activities were actually normal. The real statistic for the general population is somewhere between two and three percent, but we’ve lied about that for years in order to exaggerate our numbers.  Now, if you’re talking about teachers, that stat would be something closer to 80%, as a result of the concerted efforts in the realm of homosexual evangelism. 

Jennings also wrote the foreword to the book “Queering Elementary Education”. Personally, I think the nation’s elementary schools suffer from a deficiency of queerness and I’m glad Jennings is working on that.  Or at least he was until he resigned.

This guy has been fighting in the trenches of America’s culture wars since the days of Jerry Falwell and Phyllis Schlafly.If you’re gay, you owe a debt of gratitude to Mr. Jennings. He wants everyone to tell you that you’re wonderful just the way you are. Until the day that happens, you are not “safe”.

Kevin Jennings, Obama's "safe schools" czar. He's one pushy faggot, and that's what I like about him. I really like his ideas about "queering" elementary education.

Get it? “Safety” is a code word! By extension, so are “safe schools”! Ha! “Safe schools” means no one is allowed to think poorly of homosexuality. Or at least they can’t say it out loud, which is essentially the same thing.

If the Radical Right can succeed in portraying us as preying on children, we will lose. Their language — “promoting homosexuality” is one example — is laced with subtle and not-so- subtle innuendo that we are “after their kids.” ….

Yeah, I know. As if anyone is “after their kids”. Well, we are after their kids, but only in a good way. Why else do you think I became a guidance counselor? I, for one, agree with the sentiments of a recent article from Queerty.com entitled “Can We Please Just Start Admitting That We Do Actually Want To Indoctrinate Kids?”

They accuse us of exploiting children and in response we say, “NOOO! We’re not gonna make kids learn about homosexuality, we swear! It’s not like we’re trying to recruit your children or anything.” But let’s face it-that’s a lie. We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.

I couldn’t agree more! What the hell is the point of infiltrating the public schools if I can’t push my own personal agenda?

Me too! The whole reason I became a guidance counselor was so I could oversee the school district's homosexual indoctrination program. But don't worry, we can't "make" your kid gay. Despite all of our best efforts, we can't. I swear. Someone ought to send that memo to the author of the Queerty article listed above. He needs to stop telling people that "our future" depends on recruiting their kids.

Everyone should really read the article in its entirety. All in all, it earned eleven “LOL’s”, five “HOT’s”, and forty-two “MORE PLEASE’s”. A few prudes voted “WTF”. Anyway, I completely endorse every word in this fantastic article. Is it possible for an online publication to win the Pulitzer?

http://www.queerty.com/can-we-please-just-start-admitting-that-we-do-actually-want-to-indoctrinate-kids-20110512/

Jennings was a key architect of the homosexual blitz on America’s schools. He started right here, where Michael and I live, in the progressive bastion of Massachusetts. His strategy was simple–people will either accept homosexual indoctrination in their schools, or they will be accused of having blood on their hands.

In Massachusetts the effective reframing of this issue was the key to the success of the Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth. We immediately seized upon the opponent’s calling card–safety–and explained how homophobia represents a threat to students’ safety by creating a climate where violence, name-calling, health problems, and suicide are common. Titling our report ‘Making Schools Safe for Gay and Lesbian Youth,’ we automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and left them back-pedaling from day one. Finding the effective frame for your community is the key to victory. It must be linked to universal values that everyone in the community has in common. In Massachusetts, no one could speak up against our frame and say, ‘Why, yes, I do think students should kill themselves’: this allowed us to set the terms for debate.

Brilliant! Let’s break it down to its most simple level. There are only two sides here–those who want gay kids to blow their brains out, and those who don’t. If you oppose our agenda, you want teens to kill themselves!  If any teens actually do kill themselves, then it’s. all. your. fault. The appeal to emotion, rather than reason, is very strong. People tend to shut the fuck up when you phrase it that way, which is really what we want.

We want silence, and we achieve it through intimidation. Now, most people generally support the First Amendment rights to free speech and free exercise of religion. They tend to agree that 1) here in America, people have the right to hold their own religious beliefs, and that 2) here in America, people have a right to express their beliefs, even in the public schools. As a result of this backward thinking, most people tend to think that students have a right to disapprove of homosexuality and to say so, just the same way they have the right to object to the war in Iraq or tax cuts for the wealthy, or anything else under the sun. They don’t think that homosexuality is a special subject about which the protections of the First Amendment don’t apply.  

But they get a little squeamish when we start accusing them of killing gay kids through their attachment to “freedom”. People tend to resign themselves to the withering of constitutional rights once we portray them as de facto murderers of fifteen year olds. Okay, okay. We can accept a gag order in public schools if you’ll just stop telling people that we’re killing children.   

And then they shut up.

Let me take a moment to sound the alarm bells here…ALL OF THIS IS NOW IN DANGER! With Jennings out and the budget for his former office slashed to pieces, we may lose the ability to bully our opponents. If we don’t act now to rescue the safe schools office, our schools might lapse back into being unsafe. And when they do, parents might decide that they don’t like us handing out pornographic gay literature to their kids as we have in the past. So let’s not get too cocky in the wake of New York’s marriage equality vote. The forces of anti-gay bigotry are still alive and well. We need to be vigilant in the post-Jennings era.

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