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The Day of Silence-- Who are the Sexual Perversion Pushers in the Schools?

by Linda Wall

Homosexuality is one of the numerous sexual perversions spreading through society like an out of control California brush fire. It destroys everything in its path. I know this because I was a part of it until I reached the end of my “rope of homosexuality”. A day did come that I realized I was wrong, I needed forgiveness and I needed the Lord Jesus Christ.

This year the sexual perversion day, Day of Silence, is being celebrated in the public schools of America on April 15. The perversion is pushed in the schools by political activists through The Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and Parents, Families/Friends of Lesbians/Gays (PFLAG). These two organizations push one-sided information to the students. They distribute sexually explicit materials and direct confused or questioning students to homosexual and transgender affirming entities outside the schools.

Four celebratory events have been created in the schools to promote the agenda of sexual perversion: No Name Calling in January, Day of Silence in April, Ally Week in October and Transgender Day of Remembrance in November. It is very likely that they all are occurring in a school near you.

GLSEN and PFLAG have not acted alone. The National Education Association (NEA) is the director of all of the corruption aimed at the children via public education. Just look up the NEA’s Resolutions from their Conventions of the last thirty years and you will see one good reason to pull the children out of public schools. The NEA’s right arm is the Parent Teachers Association (PTA). Many years ago the once mom and pop and teacher living next door organization was taken over by sexual perversion pushers and now works hand in hand with the NEA.

So what is a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, pastor, etc. to do?

To start:


• Do you permit students to refuse to speak during instructional time on the Day of Silence?

• Do you permit teachers to refuse to speak during instructional time on the Day of Silence?

• Prior to the Day of Silence, do you notify all parents about it, including sharing complete information about GLSEN’s role in organizing and providing materials for it and informing parents about what will be permitted in the classroom?


• Do you create classroom assignments or activities that accommodate student-refusal to speak on the Day of Silence?

• Do you teach lessons on oppression, censorship, or bullying in class on the Day of Silence?

• Will you be using any information from GLSEN to shape or inform your activities on the Day of Silence?

• If you accommodate student-refusal to speak and/or shape activities around ideas promoted by GLSEN for the Day of Silence, will you be notifying parents ahead of time?


• Inform the school of your intention to keep your children home on that date and explain why.

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