Tag Archives: Gay-Straight Alliance

Here Come the Social Issues

Question: Does Victoria Cobb have dementia, or does she just believe that other Virginians do? In an email she sent us this week, with the actual subject line “Here Come the Social Issues,” the Virginia Family (not yours) Foundation president … Continue reading

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This is what the “Black Brigade” wanted for Loudoun

The Anoka-Hennepin school district declined to comment on any specific incidences but denies any discrimination, maintaining that its broad anti-bullying policy is meant to protect all students. This Rolling Stone article on the unfathomable disaster that is the Anoka-Hennepin school … Continue reading

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Shatter the Silence

Coming up this Saturday – great work by our friends in Prince William County! Loudoun County students are very much welcome and encouraged to attend, so spread the word: “Shatter the Silence 2009” First Annual Gay-Friendly Prince William County Prom … Continue reading

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This is just a brilliant idea, from Driving Equality. Apparently, the pathological Phelps clan is planning to pay a visit to the GMU campus, and it’s been turned into a fundraising opportunity for the GMU Pride Alliance: For every minute … Continue reading

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‘This is why we need a GSA’

When bullies tear down notices for meetings of one Wisconsin school’s Gay-Straight Alliance, they find a message underneath just for them: “Stop! THIS is why we need a GSA.” A 2003 National School Climate Survey performed by the Gay, Lesbian … Continue reading

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Oh, now we get it…

I could never understand why the anti-gay ideologues trying to prevent the honest, humane discussion of sexual orientation in Montgomery County schools fought tooth and nail to keep this statement out of the curriculum: Children who have fleeting same-sex attractions … Continue reading

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Lest we forget

Best. Quote. Ever. On the ill-advised and cruel conspiracy to interfere with Gay/Straight Alliances, and its attendant repulsive rhetoric: I don’t think there are “groups in state-supported schools who define themselves by what they do with their genitals.” I think … Continue reading

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