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No 'Harvey Milk Day'

Posted: September 7, 2009 9:27 p.m.
Updated: September 8, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Harvey Milk may be popular in San Francisco and West Hollywood, but he is not popular or admired by most California parents who want healthy sexual boundaries for their children and don't want the tearing down of every sexual boundary and standard like Harvey Milk did.

California parents don't want and our children don't need "Harvey Milk Day."

There's a big difference between a movie and school "exercises."

People voluntarily go to a movie, perhaps even to see "Milk" starring Sean Penn.

Yet under SB 572, now being considered in Sacramento, children cannot be excused and it will be mandatory for them to participate in pro-homosexuality, bisexuality, trans-sexuality "exercises" under SB 572, since there is no parental opt-out in the bill.

Editor's note: SB 572's language on this topic actually reads: "All public schools and educational institutions are encouraged to observe those days and to conduct suitable commemorative exercises as follows... On Harvey Milk Day, exercises remembering the life of Harvey Milk, recognizing his accomplishments, and familiarizing pupils with the contributions he made to this state." The bill does not require anyone to discuss or promote homosexuality, bisexuality or trans-sexuality.


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