from Gay Activism in the Schools
May 14, 2007 - Mass Resistance, a Massachusetts-based parents' group is airing portions of "It's Elementary," on its web site.
"It's Elementary" shows teachers discussing how to introduce homosexuality to children as young as kindergarten - even against the will of their parents.
Since airing the video, Mass Resistance founder Brian Camenker has been flooded with phone call from irate parents who have viewed the documentary. According to Camenker, "They were physically sickened by watching that. People with kids are wondering is this what's going to happen to them in schools in America. The reaction we've gotten has been overwhelming."
In one segment, teachers discuss teaching homosexuality to children even if parent's have moral objections to it. The concensus was that it had to be taught regardless of parental objections.
The video was produced by Women's Educational Media, which states that, "Waiting to teach children to accept differences of all kinds until middle school or high school is too late; statistics show that by sixth, seventh and eight grades, harmful stereotypes already have begun to take hold..."
"It's Elementary" can be viewed on the Mass Resistance site.