A recent Queerty blog entry,1 written by Daniel Villarreal, admits that the “gay activists” actually do want to indoctrinate America’s children. Villarreal wrote, “We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.” He bragged that their agenda was even broader than mere indoctrination, “I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach, and expose children to queer sexuality AND THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT” (emphasis Villarreal’s).
Writing in response to advertisements by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) opposing the same-sex “marriage” bill in New York, Villarreal said, “Recruiting children? You bet we are.” He identified anti-bullying programs and social studies classes that teach children about the “historical contributions” of famous homosexuals2 as examples of the ways that the “gay” activist movement is deliberately educating children to accept homosexuality as normal.
In a blog post filled with crudities, Villarreal expressed the opinion that the younger generation doesn’t “fear homosexuality” as much as older people do. He attributes the success in better attitudes toward homosexuality among young people to the pervasiveness of homosexuality on television, in media, and at school. Villarreal admits that he wants children to learn that “it’s OK to be gay, that people of the same sex should be allowed to legally marry each other and that anyone can kiss someone of the same sex without feeling like a freak.” He portrayed both homosexuality and heterosexuality in vulgar terms and described birth as a process that “forcefully excrete(s) a baby.”
So, there is nothing wrong, in his view, with vulgarities and crudities in talking about sex or with graphically depicting homosexual sex to children as young as pre-school. The “rights” and goals of these adults supersede concerns about the well-being of children. In fact, our nation’s children are nothing more than fodder in their gay activist campaign.
1) Daniel Villarreal, “Can We Please Just Start Admitting That We Do Actually Want To Indoctrinate Kids?” Queerty: Free of an Agenda: Except that Gay One, May 12, 2011.
2) Assertions of homosexuality can be made whether there is supporting evidence for their claims or not because the historical figures cannot defend themselves, nor can historians find evidence to refute the accusations about private behavior of historical figures. As a result, those who are not committed to truth can say anything and get away with it.