Social Michigan school district removes LGBT references in sex ed

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  1. sabretruth

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    I heard the story on, you guessed it, NPR.


    A Michigan school district near Grand Rapids has removed mention of the LGBTs from its sex ed curriculum. In addition, the district has removed mentioning LGBT in its anti-bullying program.

    I say this is great. Nice to see a community not let social engineers get away with indoctrinating its youth.
     
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  2. Fedorable

    Fedorable Continues without supporting Sherdog.

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    You think it's good to remove a heavily targeted group from discussion of bullying?
     
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    There's no need for LGBT bullying victims to get special attention.
     
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    Removing gays from sex ed. good.

    Removing gays from anti bullying. bad.
     
  6. tonni

    tonni 2019 Snitch of the Year

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    How on earth was that conclusion formed?
     
  7. Ornife

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    Aren't those people disproportionately targeted by bullies?
     
  8. Mcountry

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    That's a great point.

    No need to specify who not to bully.

    Do not need an anti blacks bullying.
    Do not need an anti jew bullying.
    Do not need an anti men bullying.
    Do not need an anti women bullying.
    Do not need a heterosexual bullying.

    Just don't fucking bully.
     
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    tonni 2019 Snitch of the Year

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    Seeing as being gay or bisexual is a very common reason for being bullied, yes there is need for it. You're pretending as if it's some kind of privilege to be mentioned in an anti-bullying program as one of the reasons people might bully you. <2>
     
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    tonni 2019 Snitch of the Year

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    It's a globalist myth that gay kids get bullied at school.
     
  11. Mcountry

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    "so hey! Don't bully anyone people"

    And oh yeah "hey don't bully them gays as well...ok?"
     
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    They hired this guy.

     
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    So what? The message, "Don't be an asshole" covers not being an asshole to LGBTs. The majority of kids who got bullied when I was in school were straight. Focusing an anti-bullying campaign on bullying of LGBTs is just a thinly veiled way to promote those lifestyles.
     
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    They should hire you as the next anti-bullying speaker. Very sagelike.
     
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    Bullying builds character.

    Pussies.
     
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    lol I bet you'd have a different sentiment if you found out this was a Muslim community in Michigan that did this.
     
  17. tonni

    tonni 2019 Snitch of the Year

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    Elaborate. Shouldn't be hard since it's so "thinly veiled".
     
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    Well I'm confused as to why you need to specify whom not to bully and what that sounds like when you flesh it out.

    "Hey don't bully ok? But ESPECIALLY don't bully them gay people"

    I'm of course summing it up and it sounds ridiculous but there really isn't a need to draw special attention to only certain groups. It just ends up putting a bulls eye on that group.

    Just don't bully. The end. It covers everyone. Handicap, young, old, black, white, gay, straight, religious, atheist...

    Seems fine to me.
     
  19. tonni

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    Why need knowledge when you can just be really opinionated right?
     
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    It doesn't say "especially don't bully gay people". There is already a bulls eye on that group, hence why the group is a focus point of the anti-bullying program.
     

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