Wednesday, August 09, 2006

NEA: Homosex "Marriage" Fine, So Is Teacher-Student Sex


"That NEA advocates for the inclusion of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender issues in the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education teacher education program review process."

That was recommended at the NEA meeting in Orlando.

That means that the NEA "recommends that gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues be required content for teacher credentialing," according to AFA Action Alert.

Yah, another 'for-credit' course requirement at the local School of "Education."

Further, NEA had no doubts about its endorsement of homosexual nuptials and adoptions wherever approved by law.

... "During the June 29-July 5 meeting in Orlando, Fla., the NEA amended its B-10 resolution on 'racism, sexism, sexual orientation and gender identification discrimination' which said in part, 'Discrimination and stereotyping based on such factors as race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, disability, ethnicity, immigration status, occupation and religion must be eliminated,' by adding the following paragraph:

"The Association also believes that these factors should not affect the legal rights and obligations of the partners in a legally recognized domestic partnership, civil union, or marriage in regard to matters involving the other partner, such as medical decisions, taxes, inheritance, adoption, and immigration.'

Well, that's not surprising.

NEA acceptance of sexual activity seems to be all-inclusive:

What is particularly frightening in the light of teachers molesting students today is that NEA would not pass an amendment setting forth protection of pupils from "sexual misconduct by teachers."

"The amendment read 'To protect the rights of all students, the Association believes sexual contact between education professionals and minor students is unacceptable.'

The NEA refused to pass the amendment.

What's most disturbing is the "closed-shop" union-dues arrangement. S'pose Bullock thinks that teacher-student sex should be a protected activity, too? I sure hope not.

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