|One Million Moms wants people to pretend these families don't exist|
Have you ever noticed that the most dangerous and annoying groups out there are the ones who claim to be "protecting " decency and values?
As proof of this, I give you the American Family Association affiliated group One Million Moms. One Million Moms (which of course is an overstatement of how many mothers are actually involved) seems to be always raging against groups and organizations which violate its standard of decency. Naturally violations of this standard especially includes showing lgbts as regular people.
But this latest complaint of theirs goes beyond the pale.
They are angry at a children's magazine for (wait for it) having the nerve to acknowledge that same-sex families exist:
Where is the last place parents would suspect their kiddos to be
exposed to same-sex "families" portrayed as normal? In the current
controversy, Highlights magazine decided to include same-sex
families in their magazines. Babies and preschoolers will soon be
introduced to this sensitive topic in the Highlights line of
magazines. Parents are seeing more examples of children being
indoctrinated to same-sex families as normal, especially in the media.
Children's publications are no longer off limits, even those that cater
to toddlers and elementary age children.
A lesbian mom reportedly complained that the magazine Hello didn't feature any same-sex families. Hello's audience is children 0-2, and it's published by Highlights. Highlights
had explained that they believe parents should decide when to bring up
the topic because it's "still new, and parents are still learning how to
approach the subject with their children, even the very little ones."
They wanted to allow parents the opportunity to talk to their children
about homosexuality as they considered appropriate. But after backlash from the LGBT community, Highlights committed to including same-sex families in future publications.
. . . Many parents and grandparents buy subscriptions to these
magazines as gifts, especially at this time of year. They should be
warned of the upcoming change of content in these kid's magazines.
This would be a deal breaker for conservative families. Parents are
left with no other choice than to cancel their subscription. Even if 1MM
didn't disagree morally with the decision, it is not a magazines' job
to introduce so called "social issues" to children. That is a parent's
Urge Highlights to go with their initial decision
and not cave into pressure from homosexual activists by including
same-sex families in the magazines.
According to Bowling Green University repor
t published in 2013, nearly
one-fifth of same-sex households contain children and 225,000 minor
children live in same-sex households.
But this so-called moral organization One Million Moms, these families and their children don't matter. All that matters is keeping lgbts invisible. Ignore the simple fact that they have families and are raising children. Keep pressing the semantic argument that they are outsiders out to oppress religion and "recruit" children.
Same-sex families are normal and they deserve as much recognition as heterosexual families. Any person or group who thinks differently are in fact bigoted and no one should trust them to stand up for anything noble or good any more than they should trust a wolf to be in charge of a hen house.