Tuesday, June 06, 2017

I've had enough: Get out of our libraries!

If you wish to defy the cultural, religious and moral norms that have been around for, oh, forever, do so, but don't inflict yourself on me. Thank you.

Note that each of the following items involves a government entity imposing perverse beliefs on normal people.

Get your own blueberries, perv. City officials told a devout Catholic family that their blueberries and sweet corn were not welcome at the farmer’s market – and neither were they. Last year, someone posted a message on Country Mill’s Facebook page inquiring about whether they hosted same-sex weddings at the farm. They told the individual they did not permit same-sex marriages on the farm because of the family’s Catholic belief that marriage is a sacramental union between one man and one woman. City officials later discovered the Facebook posting and began immediate action to remove Country Mill from the Farmer’s Market – alleging the family had violated the city’s discrimination ordinance.

These are "services?" The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services's new “enhanced” policies promoting the “well-being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) children and youth in the Department’s care” ratchet in one direction only: encouraging children towards LGBTQ identities. DCFS has drawn a rainbow-colored line in the sand, announcing it “will not tolerate exposing LGBTQ children and youth to staff/providers who are not supportive of children and youths’ right to self-determination of sexual/gender identity.”

Not your father's library. Taxpayer-funded libraries from New York and Florida to California are paying grown men to dress up as women and promote gender confusion, homosexuality, homosexual “marriage,” and cross-dressing to children as young as 3-years old. Government preschools and elementary schools are also being targeted. The “drag queens,” as the scantily-clad men dressed as woman call themselves, even encourage the young kids to consider becoming “drag queens” themselves. “Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up?” an adult man dressed as a woman, who goes by the name “Lil' Miss Hot Mess,” asks a group of confused-looking young children at the Brooklyn Public Library.

Hey, its free! In Oregon, under a first-in-the-nation policy quietly enacted in January that many parents are only now finding out about, 15-year-olds are now allowed to get a sex-change operation. Many residents are stunned to learn they can do it without parental notification -- and the state will even pay for it through its Medicaid program, the Oregon Health Plan.

And you wonder why Donald Trump was elected.

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