Perversion Normalised – Nightmare ‘Unsafe Schools!’

A grim tale of indoctrination from America, which Brits, Canadians and Aussies should read and renew their fight against the sordid and subversive!

Linda Harvey does excellent work, and is viciously hated by the USA gaystapo as a result.



So I am happy to reproduce part of her latest writings on the shocking, sordid and subversive situation in one school in Washington State.

I hope you’ll find what she reveals as foully fascinating as I did.

At Vashon Island High School in the state of WA, thanks to a student “queer” group’s advocacy, bathrooms are now open to all genders, and it’s certain this will not end well.

And yes—indoctrinated and misinformed student “change agents” accomplished this.

So this school is radically less safe. And especially unsafe are students who are Christians, have high moral values and a stable sense of personal privacy. They are now the most vulnerable of all, chronically disrespected not just in body but in values and spirit.

  • I’ve been thinking a lot about the issue of child safety. We hear more and more about students who feel “triggered” by certain ideas or speech. 

Well, in today’s school climate, if anyone has a genuine right to feel threatened, it would be Christian kids.

Of course, they are not the only ones who might feel unsettled by messages at school. The expectation felt by most adolescents today is that they should accept in-your-face, bizarre and unnatural behavior as well as become sexually active. 

The pressure comes unexpectedly not from peers or at a friend’s party, but in the bathroom. Or in health class with all the lights on and other kids watching, as a degenerate teacher fits a condom on a plastic model.

Or selects two girls for a role-playing exercise to discuss “dating” — as homosexuals. 

It’s manipulative and vulgar, and most kids will feel emotionally assaulted but hesitant to say anything.

Such pornographic sex ed programs are justified by the presumption that most kids are sexually active. But new research shows the opposite. Kids like and respond to abstinence messages. 

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