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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

TX Senate Committee votes 8-1 for SB 6--Controversial LGBT Curriculum in Grade Schools Comes to Light!!!

There is significant attention paid currently to SB 6, a bill proposed in the Texas State Senate to limit school bathrooms to use by individuals according to the biological sex indicated on their birth certificates. Caryl Ayala, who is part of Mass Resistance Texas, provided this testimony in favor of SB6, along with Sharon Armke:

These two witnesses drew attention to the problem that the HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN, an LGBT activist organization, is flooding Texas school districts with money, pushing highly sexualized curriculum on young children. It seems as though the curriculum is designed to create more LGBT students rather than to prevent bullying (its expressed purpose).

Caryl and Sharon will be among those present at a citizens' action meeting on April 1, 2017, in Austin Texas, to plan action to block this inappropriate and politically motivated curriculum from our schools. Below are photographs taken at the SB 6 hearings--clearly reflecting that national activist groups are funding the efforts against SB 6 and in favor of transgender-promoting policies in Texas schools:

To give a sense of what kind of cultural outlook these curriculum and policy changes will bring, see photos of an earlier rally in Austin demanding that Texas reimpose Barack Obama's executive order forcing transgender bathroom policies on local schools:


Citizens in Texas -- be they Christian, Jewish, or of any faith or no faith -- are reaching their breaking point with this hyper-sexualization of our youth. LGBT militants are trying to push dysfunctional sexualities on our young people in order to render them dependent on their political "support" networks, and in order to alienate them from their parents who have their best interests at heart.

Often these changes are pushed under cover of darkness, by putting forward one supposedly transgender child (often too young to have even developed any such identity) in order to force whole districts to comply in order to avoid lawsuits.

In the case of curriculum, activists have classified the age-inappropriate LGBT lessons as "anti-bullying" or "social and relational conduct" classes rather than sex education, thereby avoiding some districts' requirements that parents be notified and given a chance to remove their kids from the program.

The only way to turn the tide on this is to gather force as concerned citizens and mobilize. Action plans will be available at the April 1 meeting described below, and experts will be present to provide sound evidence and counter-arguments against the usual tricks pulled by pro-LGBT activists when they try to force these harmful programs on youth. For instance, there is almost no evidence that people are born gay, there is little evidence that Texas will suffer disastrous business consequences for protecting children from unwelcome sexualization, suicide rates among LGBTs have been grossly exaggerated and misleadingly attributed in the press, and coming out of the closet very young as "gay" or "trans" seems according to most evidence to lead to greater instability and unhappiness later in life. The best adjusted people who choose to identify as LGBT tend to be those who avoid the LGBT identity and community until they are past high school and stable enough to navigate serious issues in those settings.

See here for more info:

March 7, 2017
MassResistance TX presents “Stand for the Sanctity and Health of the Family:  Action and Education Meeting” on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at Oak Meadow Baptist Church, 6905 S. IH 35 Frontage Rd., Austin, TX 78744, from 2:00 – 5:30 p.m.   Admission is free. 
A panel of experts and activists will arm citizens with tools to fight back against several topics including:  school curriculum that is not appropriate for young children; transgender policies in schools including transgender bathroom access; and efforts to make Texans believe the gay marriage issue is lost for good.
Speaking at the event will be MassResistance TX chapter founder, Dr. Robert Lopez.   Dr. Lopez is a professor of humanities at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.   He holds a Ph. D. in English and an M.A.  in Classics from State University of New York at Buffalo,  and a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University.  He views his years in secular liberal education as a training ground which helped him to understand the importance of fighting for Christian values in popular culture.  Also speaking will be David Pickup, licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  Pickup is a board member of the National Association for Research and Treatment of Homosexuality.  He is the lead plaintiff in Pickup vs. Brown, the lawsuit brought against California for its new law that has banned Reparative Therapy for minors.
MassResistance, a pro-family organization working on the front lines to confront attacks on the family and Judeo-Christian values, was founded 22 years ago in Massachusetts.   It is supported by thousands of activists from all fifty states, Puerto Rico, and in over a dozen foreign countries.  Brian Camenker of Newton, Massachusetts serves as its current president and will also speak at the April 1st event.
For more information on the event, please visit

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