This morning my son told me something quite shocking. He said that he is being told he is "gay" by some other children. He is nine years old. I find that quite disgusting. He was crying to me when he told me last night and again this morning. He said to me,"I am not gay mommy. I want to get married." So I said to him,"of course you are going to get married one day. You are not gay what ever other people say about you. They are being spiteful. They are probably jealous because you are a very good looking boy and they are envious."
He was quite upset. The more things like this happen, the more I want to home school to protect my son and other kids from the rubbish of our corrupt contemporary society where anything goes and people are too frightened to set boundaries on behaviours that are anti-social or damaging. I taught at a school once where there were three gay teachers. One of them was the principal of the primary school. She had a child by donor sperm obviously because her partner was a woman - her ex high school teacher. Now one has to wonder if that young woman was groomed to be gay in high school by this teacher who was senior in age to her by about twenty years. That is why I am so wary of all this politically correct 'gay' stuff. Who knows how some of the more unscrupulous of the very vocal politically active gays are grooming young adolescents to be "gay" and define themselves as gay because they have become confused.
I can see the confusion and hurt set up in my son as he is rejected by peers and taunted as 'gay' and then he starts to wonder who he really is. Then along comes this 'nice gay man' who says to him 'it is ok son. I am gay you are ok. You are one of us.' And hey presto you have forced a child emotionally on a part to confused gender identity because everyone needs to feel accepted by someone. Only if you are a pig headed heterosexual like myself, no amount of bully behaviour and tactics will make the person gay.
It is the vulnerable ones like my son that I and others have to watch out for. It is hard to be normal in this world as it is today. We are being bullied into accepting the abnormal as the 'norm'. Let's fight back and stand up for our values.