A gay activist group is pushing a training video to teachers and parents featuring school children between the ages of 6-12 discussing what it means to live a gay lifestyle.
According to CNSnews.com, The Human Rights Campaign, a homosexual advocacy group, has produced a “professional development film” through its website called the Welcoming Schools project.
On its home page, the Welcoming Schools project states that it “is an LGBT-inclusive approach to addressing family diversity, gender stereotyping and bullying and name-calling in K-5 learning environments. … Additionally, it offers a wide range of resources for school administrators and educators to support students who don’t conform to gender norms.”
CNSNews.com says questions to the Human Rights Campaign -- "including inquires about whether the training sessions are taking place in schools, how many schools are participating, and whether or not the video will be viewed by children -- were not answered before this story was posted."
"The teacher said stuff like 'do you know what it means to be gay?' and 'is it a bad thing to be gay?'" said one little girl in the 2-minute trailer.
A boy wearing a pink t-shirt with the slogan ‘Tough Guys Wear Pink’ on the front, said “And then he just laid down this huge thing that was like, ‘No teasing about who your parents love... Love is love and you shouldn’t turn love into hate...”
The Web site features “experts” praising the film, including one from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
But critics slam the video's teachings as "gay propaganda" similar to the "indoctrination" of school children in Nazi Germany in the 1930s and 40s.