Important Note: This isn’t about freedom. This is about the domination and the sexualization of children’s minds.
December 20, 2013 Ocala Florida —The ACLU is suing a Florida school district for the second time this year, claiming it is once again refusing to approve a gay-straight alliance club at a middle school.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed the federal lawsuit against the Lake County Schools on Thursday.
Earlier this year, the ACLU sued the district after officials refused to approve a gay-straight alliance club at Carver Middle School. A short time later, the school board agreed to a settlement allowing the club to form.
But the board passed new rules for school clubs and required all existing clubs to reapply in order to meet.
The application for a gay-straight club at Carver Middle School was rejected.
Information on the Special Interest group which seeks to promote their agenda within the School:
Gay-Straight Alliance purpose is to promote and propagandize homosexuality to school children.
The ACLU is suing the school board for its unwillingness to allow children (ages 11-14) to be propagandized by the GSA’s homosexual, and gender studies.
GSA wants to educate the school community (children) about homophobia, transphobia, gender identity, and sexual orientation issues, and
- experienced less harassment based on sexual orientation
- experienced less harassment based on gender non-conformity
- were more likely to feel safe at school
- were more likely to feel school is safe for LGBT students and gender non-conforming students
- reported stronger youth resilience factors, such as connections with supportive adults at school
- GSA clubs can successfully decrease harassment and increase school safety for LGBTQ students.
Students and the School have spoken
The Majority of Students and School Staff DO NOT AGREE with what is being promoted. click here
Bayli Silberstein has been stirring up controversy, making many complaints about the nonacceptance of her lifestyle choices. She believes that her sexuality should dominate school policy.