The following article, IT’S HAPPENING! Liberal Outlet Says ‘Heterosexuality Is Just Not Working’ – So, There’s That…, was first published on Flag And Cross.
If everyone in the world was gay, America would be a much better place.
Of course, there would be no more people on earth in a few short decades. So, that’s something to consider.
Check out what someone from NBC News thought was appropriate to write…
Women are increasingly opting out of heterosexuality because it is “the bedrock of their global oppression,” NBC News asserted in a bizarre opinion piece this week.
“Men need heterosexuality to maintain their societal dominance over women,” writes Marcie Bianco for the NBC News website. “Women, on the other hand, are increasingly realizing not only that they don’t need heterosexuality, but that it also is often the bedrock of their global oppression.”
“As the status quo, heterosexuality is just not working,” she concludes, before explaining just how evil men are and how women are learning to live without them.
Left-wing members of the New Jersey legislature are trying to force a bill into law in Trenton that would force the state’s schools to teach “gay” history.
The new bill approved by the state Assembly on Monday would require middle schools and high schools to teach about the “historical contributions” of gay, queers, lesbians, and people of other proclaimed sexualities.
If New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signs the bill, New Jersey’s schools will have to make the changes to curriculum by the 2020-21 school year.
According to NJ.com:
“A board of education shall adopt inclusive instructional materials that portray the cultural and economic diversity of society including the political, economic, and social contributions of persons with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people , where appropriate,” according to (S1569).
Naturally, the bill was pushed by activist left-wingers and radical gay activist groups.
“As a former educator and someone who did their doctoral work in the history of sexuality, this bill is particularly close to my heart,” said Aaron Potenza, policy director for the radical gay activist group Garden State Equality (GLSEN). “I know the importance of this history and the impact of representation for marginalized groups.”