LGBT event takes parents off guard

Friday, October 18, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

"Celebrate Diversity" bannerParents in Ohio are outraged over the assembly a middle school recently held in conjunction with National Coming Out Day.

An 11-year-old boy recently returned home from Van Buren Middle School in Kettering, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio and informed his mother about the assembly that featured Maulik Pancholy, a homosexual actor who promoted his book, The Best at ItLinda Harvey of Mission America tells OneNewsNow he also called on students to embrace their homosexual feelings.

"He gave the whole middle school the message that even as early as 11 years old you can know you're homosexual," Harvey reports. "The really interesting thing about this is the timing, because last week was National Coming Out Day."

That is a day where LGBT activists call on homosexuals and transgenders to "come out" publicly. As for Pancholy's appearance at the middle school, two factors about his speech stand out to Harvey.

Harvey

"There was no one to present the other side of the story, and there was no parental notice given," she explains. "This took parents completely by surprise. Only the children who told their parents about this would have known about it."

One parent, who remains anonymous because she understands how homosexual activists treat their opponents, has ignited a massive email campaign to make sure parents are aware. Harvey does not doubt the school is getting some heat over it and says it should serve as a reminder to all parents to stay aware of what messages are being fed to their children in school.

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