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Come on, how many kids are really reading health publications put out by the state? Aren't they a little too consumed by their X-Boxes?

PARENTAL WARNING: Little Black Book Exposes Kids To Vile Sex Practices

By Rev. Louis P. Sheldon
Chairman, Traditional Values Coalition
For Publication On Or After May 17, 2005

Washington, DC – If any parent needs a strong argument for opposing the legalization of homosexual marriage in their state, what’s happening in Massachusetts should be enough.

The pro-family Article 8 Alliance, headed by Brian Camenker has just released the contents of the pro-homosexual “Little Black Book” on his web site. The “Little Black Book” was produced by the Boston-based AIDS Action Committee with the help of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Boston Public Health Commission.

“The Little Black” book was distributed to teenagers at Brookline High School on April 30 as part of a Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) event.

WARNING to parents: What’s in “The Little Black Book” are some of the most pornographic descriptions of homosexual sex I’ve ever read. Yet this is what happens in a state that is forced by the courts to legalize same-sex marriage. Children are now primary targets for homosexual recruitment into a depraved and sexually dangerous lifestyle.

If same-sex marriage is legalized in your state, expect your public school children to be exposed to the following sexual practices as described in “The Little Black Book.”

* “Your Sexual Rights & Responsibilities: You have the right to enjoy sex without shame or stigma? You have the right to safer sex materials that speak to your desires! You have the right to take action for your community! Be heard, you are the expert!”

* “FISTING: 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.”

*”WATERSPORTS: There is little risk of STD infection and no risk of HIV infection from playing with pee.”

The booklet also describes oral and anal sex practices, mutual sexual stimulation, and dealing with various bodily fluids in the most foul language imaginable. I’ve not quoted the most explicit sections of this booklet.

This is the future your children face if homosexuals succeed in getting same-sex marriage legalized in your state. Massachusetts is just a grim picture of the future for the entire nation.

This book is thinly disguised as an HIV prevention effort, but it is actually a how-to manual for engaging in deviant sex. In my home state of California, this phony prevention book would undoubtedly be handed out to students as part of the educational guidelines on teaching HIV prevention.

Surely, children deserve better than to be turned into barnyard animals who will be encouraged to engage in unrestrained anal intercourse. Is sodomy really a “family value” that should be promoted in public schools? The answer should be obvious—except to the most perverted in our culture.

Brian Camenker is to be commended for his courage in fighting the homosexual agenda in the public schools and for his efforts to overturn same-sex marriage in that state. The exposure of “The Little Black Book” should serve as a wake up call to millions of parents who think that homosexual marriage will make little difference in their lives. Children are the target of homosexuals—and children will die from AIDS and suffer from life-threatening venereal diseases if homosexual activists are not aggressively opposed at every point.

No, children aren't "the target" of homosexuals. You can no more convert somebody to being homo than you can convert them to being hetero, despite the claims of the morons on the religious right. But they're clearly targeting idiots with this message -- a population apparently in plentiful supply around these United States. If there is a "gay agenda," I believe it's getting (gasp!) equal rights. Shocking, simply shocking.

Posted by aalkon at May 23, 2005 8:10 AM

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Thanks for all the bad, scary news. Now this American homosexual will just continue trying to do a bit of good work, taking one day at a time.

Posted by: Lena at May 23, 2005 11:02 AM

I don't really know which is more clueless: the assumption that heterosexuals *don't* do these "vile things" or the assumption that being gay is a choice. I have difficulty showing people that "normality" includes difficult situations, as found here.

Yet, they stupidly insist that appearance determines gender.

Posted by: Radwaste at May 23, 2005 4:24 PM

Raddy, that's moving stuff.

> You can no more convert somebody to being
> homo than you can convert them to being
> hetero...

Paglia (who, y'know, likes girls) says that sexuality is fluid. So to speak. People OUGHT to be able to switch teams if and when they want. She said that was a big part of the 60's miracle: Everyone saw these fashions and expectations changing, and people were being permitted to do what they needed to do to get their needs met.

(In retrospect, it was the WRONG people, but that's another blog comment.)

In the day-to-day, civilization is all about courtesy, right? A respect for the feelings of others. So when courtesies are not properly observed, we should all expect unpleasant outcomes.

Nonetheless, Houndini said "Love laughs at locksmiths." Would any of us want to live on a planet where it didn't?

It's wrong to say that people can't be converted. Social currents do MUCH to forge preference.

Posted by: Crid at May 23, 2005 6:07 PM

"It's wrong to say that people can't be converted."

From what to what?

On a regular basis, I see people forget completely that we are certainly animals in many ways. One of these is the urge to reproduce; that this is expedited by pleasure centers tuned by genetics is simple enough to observe; those with no libido have no children. On the other extreme, there doesn't seem to be anyone too homely to arouse interest in somebody!

The serious mistake people make in observation is that they think the ability to perform an act equals --not approximates, but equals -- the ability to make a choice.

Prostaglandins can make you desire anything which moves and several things which do not, and they are made by the body, in varying amounts based on heredity. You don't get to choose how much of what your body builds. Inside and out, how you are made determines what you do, no matter what your wishes may be.

Posted by: Radwaste at May 23, 2005 8:54 PM

"People OUGHT to be able to switch teams if and when they want."

You provocative little devil you! I knew an old Zen Buddhist nun who spent a lot of time dropping acid in the Haight back in the 60s, where she said "everyone was everyone else's lover." Personally, I love the sentiment too, but the reality is that sexual desire and "ought to" just don't mix together very well for most people. And it's simply not the fluid, revolutionary force that Paglia gets herself all wet about. Has anyone tried telling her that 1968 is over? That Jimi's velvet-swaddled balls are now and forever beyond the reach of her tongue?

Sudden tears!

Posted by: By the time Lena got to Woodstock, she was half a million strong. at May 23, 2005 9:15 PM

Don't be a tool in the hand of the Godless homosexual agenda!

Listen, the Traditional Values Coalition may be packed with fuckwits, but given their beliefs they're correct to worry that the sky is falling. Individual sexual identities DO respond to social pressure... It's not all about Rod McKuen sensitivities and "how you are made."

Posted by: Crid at May 23, 2005 11:04 PM

>Individual sexual identities DO respond to social pressure

Tell me Crid, how much peer pressure would it take for you to request a dick in the ass?

Posted by: Little ted at May 24, 2005 1:12 AM

I'm snorting coffee up my nose, Little Ted. Thanks a lot!

Posted by: Amy Alkon at May 24, 2005 5:44 AM

Stung by the incisive wit.

Listen, from now on, no tears when people do bad things, like dropping preteens into landfills or whatever, OK? That's just the way they're built.

Posted by: Crid at May 24, 2005 6:08 AM

Big ole difference between crimes with real victims and getting your rocks off in your preferred manner with a consenting partner.

As to this:
"It's wrong to say that people can't be converted. Social currents do MUCH to forge preference."

I think it would be far more correct to say that social currents do much to influence the display of preference.

Posted by: Alan at May 24, 2005 8:02 AM

"I think it would be far more correct to say that social currents do much to influence the *display* of preference."

Congratulations, Alan. You win "Smart Man of the Day Award" (your blow-up doll is in the mail). This comment was VERY Erving Goffman-esque of you. Were you a sociology major? Or are you just natually brilliant?

hugs and drugs,

Posted by: Lena loves an educated man at May 24, 2005 10:14 AM

Aw shucks, how can I possibly deny being a Sociology major without the appearance of hubris? You're pithy far more often than I.

Though if you're in a gift-giving mood, I'd prefer an "Everything I know about Sex I learned from Lena Cuisina" t-shirt to a blow-up doll (Even one with the interchangeable Brad and Angelina heads).

Posted by: Alan at May 24, 2005 11:20 AM

Some of the best conversations I've ever had were with drunken sociology students. Pretentiousness is so underrated!

Careening even further into the superficial... aren't Brad and Angelina one hot-looking couple? Oy fucking vey!

Posted by: Lena "Do Me" Cuisina at May 24, 2005 12:38 PM

"Listen, from now on, no tears when people do bad things, like dropping preteens into landfills or whatever, OK? That's just the way they're built."

I see this all the time when people talk about homosexuals - and it's always fallacious, because it's a generality; it also implies other fallacies.

There actually are gay men and women you can trust with your money, children and life, because *libido* is not a call to violence!

Evidently, you completely missed the implications of the link I posted. I invite you to name a single thing you do at which you are not restrained by your construction.

Posted by: Radwaste at May 24, 2005 3:17 PM

"I invite you to name a single thing you do at which you are not restrained by your construction."

You'll need to provide a glossary before we can proceed to contemplate The Restraints of Our Construction.

Posted by: Lena's Head is Swimming in Damacus at May 24, 2005 3:22 PM

Alan: I'm more concerned with how preference affects behavior towards others than how it registers in individual hearts, which is yer own frickin' beeswax.

Raddy: Many useful truths are general.

Lena: Nyah-nyah.

Posted by: Crid at May 24, 2005 8:30 PM

Crid: Blow me.

Posted by: Lena at May 24, 2005 9:34 PM

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