This last Sunday night I was at a church delivering our Sex Wars presentation that seeks to equip Christian teenagers for what they are going to face when it comes to the aggressive and hostile hate being thrown at them from the radical homosexual lobby. A lot of people don’t think about this critically because they are prone to just accept what the media portrays to them. And certainly on this issue of homosexuality, Christians with traditional morality are portrayed as the bullies, and those practicing homosexuality and demanding approval for it are portrayed as innocent victims. The reality is somewhat different.
I make the case in the presentation, and have made the case on the radio show frequently (including late last week) that if you really want to see who the bullies are in schools, look no further than some of the leaders of the “anti-bullying” crusade who make it their mission to convince the public to ostracize and demean the legitimate, appropriate and concerned expression of moral disapproval of homosexuality by Christians. If denying someone their rights of conscience – either demeaning them for it or punishing them for it – isn’t an act of bullying, I’m confused how these “experts” define the term.
One of the leaders of this movement is the radical hate monger named Dan Savage – a friend of the Obama administration and hero to the sexual anarchy movement on the left. He carries the legacy of child-molesting pervert Alfred Kinsey (another heroic titan to the left) on with pride.
Guess what cameras caught Mr. Dan “Don’t Bully Kids” Savage doing at a recent national journalism conference? Why, bullying Christian kids, of course. So much so, many of them got up and walked out – only to be called demeaning names by the “It Gets Better” pioneer. Watch the curtain be pulled back by Toto to reveal the hater hiding behind it:
As many as 100 high school students walked out of a national journalism conference after an anti-bullying speaker began cursing, attacked the Bible and reportedly called those who refused to listen to his rant “pansy a**ed.”
The speaker was Dan Savage, founder of the “It Gets Better” project, an anti-bullying campaign that has reached more than 40 million viewers with contributors ranging from President Obama to Hollywood stars. Savage also writes a sex advice column called “Savage Love.”
Savage, and his husband, were also guests at the White House for President Obama’s 2011 LGBT Pride Month reception. He was also invited to a White House anti-bullying conference.
Savage was supposed to be delivering a speech about anti-bullying at the National High School Journalism Conference sponsored by the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association. But it turned into an episode of Christian-bashing.
Rick Tuttle, the journalism advisor for Sutter Union High School in California, was among several thousand people in the audience. He said they thought the speech was one thing – but it turned into something else.
“I thought this would be about anti-bullying,” Tuttle told Fox news. “It turned into a pointed attack on Christian beliefs.”
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Huh. Who would have thunk it? Well, I guess anybody that’s cared enough to actually look into who these people are and what this movement is all about, actually. But the man who talks about how every kid should be respected wasn’t proving what a fraud he is:
“You can tell the Bible guys in the hall they can come back now because I’m done beating up the Bible,” Savage said as other students hollered and cheered. “It’s funny as someone who is on the receiving end of beatings that are justified by the Bible how pansy-a**ed people react when you push back.”
So here’s a question: what do you suppose the media would do (at the behest of men like Savage) to some nationally known public speaker who called a bunch of gay kids “pansy a**es” if they walked out of his/her anti-gay speech? Oh, I think you know.
It will be interesting to see if there’s any fallout for Savage, and by extension the President and his administration that has embraced his radical hate. Needless to say, what we conservative Christians have been saying about the nature of the homosexual movement and the “anti-bullying” sheets that they cover themselves with continues to be vindicated and proven to be true. Those honestly wanting to engender respect for all human beings won’t get within 100 feet of these homosexualists.