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Get the Real Facts Behind the Headlines
It seems as if every time you turn on the TV or look at a newspaper lately, there’s a story about bullying. The federal government has had several forums on the topic and there’s been nationwide YouTube and Facebook campaigns addressing it.
Unfortunately, many homosexual advocacy groups have been quick to capitalize on all of the national attention–turning the movement into a campaign for more inclusion of controversial sexual topics in public schools.
As a result, many parents have discovered that programs promoted to them as “anti-bullying” or “tolerance” lessons actually turned out to include teaching on things like gay marriage–sometimes against parents’ will–and what it means to be “transgender” for kids in elementary school.
But what’s the truth behind all of the national campaigns? Is bullying a widespread problem? If so, how can the bullying issue effectively be addressed in a way that doesn’t undermine parental rights and unnecessarily promote sexual experimentation to kids?
What’s a parent to think?
To learn more, check out the “Issues in the News” box in the upper right hand corner to read our analysis. Then you can share the information with your school officials and educators by going to our Take Action section–or clicking the links in the “What You Can Do About it Box” on the right.