Actually it doesn't since we are discussing homosexuality not transsexuality. Do try to stick to the topic.This makes my point. thank you
No, we see it with minority groups that tend to continue to have discrimination towards them. Not a moral issue, an informational issue. Your point is, once again, invalidated.not all, some. Which show that someone draws a moral line between what should and shouldn't be in the schools. This makes my point.
Good. And your perception is irrelevant to facts.yes it is
Actually, it proves your point wrong... and if you believe it's discriminatory, then you do not understand what I said. But let's see if you can demonstrate how what I said is discriminatory. Now, remember... we are focusing on presenting facts. How is presenting information, regardless of whether that information violates the sensibilities of some, discriminatory.Wow. now this is one of the clearest statements of discriminatory thinking I have seen in this entire thread. And again makes my point
No, it is as I said. Has nothing do to with homosexuality. Your red herring CONTINUES to render your position invalid.exactly, but it serves to show your own moral lines exist.
No, I've been involved in the thread since the beginning. Though I haven't posted the entire time, I've read it.You probably didn't read this entire thread, but you should know that the whole advocacy within schools issue was brought up in the context of who should draw the moral lines and what should they be for the society at large, which produces societal norms.
Your error is the same error that many on your side of the issue make. You confuse morals with information. Here is information: homosexuality is a normal variant of sexual orientation. If you want to promote the opposite, you are promoting morals which have no place in public schools. Here is morals: homosexuality is a good sexual orientation to have. Promoting this or the opposite promotes morals and values and has no place in public education. What you have done is what most who argue on your side of the issue do: confuse morals and information, most likely because you don't like the information. I'm glad I could clear this up for you.This came about because someone commented that religious people needed for HSex to be a choice in order to justify discrimination. My answer was to battle this false accusation and is consistent, each family should draw there own moral lines and public institutions should stay out of that business, because invariably someone will charge discrimination. Advocates on this site want governmental intrusion in this arena because they feel that they have been discriminated against and therefore welcome added protections, besides public institutional power is currently on there side. However as you have shown so unwittingly, that everyone has their own moral sensibilities and therefore society is open to divisions at every turn. Given this, where should governmental institutions draw their lines while maintaining equal protection? They cannot and should not. All this to say that a personal moral line is not equal to discrimination.