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I know this is probably going to offend some but I would probably even go as far as to talk to other parents about the possibility of a class action law suit. My beliefs clearly state that homosexuality is a sin (I'm not one to lean towards violence or anything. I have friends who are openly gay, but I don't agree with that part of their lifestyle at all) and for someone to make a child sign something that says there is nothing wrong with it is just way out of line in my opinion.
Hey, Steph!!! I was just passing through - not sure why I popped in over here but this topic caught my attention... No way!!! I would be outraged & completely support your above suggestion although I wouldn't have thought of it on my own but if someone approached me about it I would definately consider being a part of it. I especially agree with the last paragraph of the article & this sums up the whole *issue* to me...
"How do you teach a 5-year-old to sign a pledge card for lesbian, gay and transgender issues without explaining what transgender and bisexual is?" asked Sonja Eddings Brown, a spokeswoman for Protect Marriage California.