by Bryan Fischer
Kevin Jennings, the openly homosexual founder of GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) is in charge of making sure America’s public schools are “safe” and “drug free.” Good luck with that.
GLSEN’s charter is to relentlessly and aggressively advance the homosexual agenda in the nation’s education system, meaning that everywhere it is successful, the school environment becomes less safe and more hostile for conservative students. Jennings himself has proudly acknowledged that the whole “anti-bullying” message is really nothing more than a cover for ramming homosexual values down everybody else’s throat.
He has expressed open hatred for conservative Christians, once saying in a public meeting that he would like to do unmentionable things to them, things expressed in a word that begins with “F.” He has made it clear that he believes the only message that is acceptable in our public schools is a message that homosexual behavior is quite normal and everybody ought to just shut up and get over it.
Jennings wrote in his 2007 autobiography that, as a teen, it was his custom to get high on booze and weed on weekends, and he nowhere expresses any remorse for this conduct. He’s the guy who’s going to make our schools drug-free? Please.
Worse, he has acknowledged that one of his heroes and mentors was Harry Hay, the founder of the first radical homosexual advocacy group in America, the Mattachine Society. (Hay, incidentally, was a proud member of the American Communist party.) Hay was also an enthusiastic supporter of the NAMBLA, the North American Man-Boy Love Association, whose motto is “Sex before eight or it’s too late.”
Hay spoke quite openly of his support for intergenerational sex, particularly between adult males and 13-15 year old boys. In an speech he delivered at a NAMBLA event, Hay said, “Because if the parents and friends of gays are truly friends of gays, they would know from their gay kids that the relationship with an older man is precisely what thirteen-, fourteen-, and fifteen-year-old kids need more than anything else in the world.”
Jennings apparently learned from his mentor. He repeatedly tells a story (also included in his memoirs) that he counseled a 15-year-old student who came to him for help after the boy had been preyed on by an older man in a bus station bathroom. Rather than report this instance of statutory rape, as he was required to by law, Jennings advice was that next time the boy should be sure to “use a condom.”
(That boy has now come forward and says he was 16 at the time. This is irrelevant, since Jennings, by his own repeated admissions, thought he was 15.)
And if that’s not bad enough, Jennings also wants to indoctrinate kids starting in kindergarten, as evidenced by the fact that he wrote the forward to a book entitled Queering Elementary Education.
The bottom line here is that Jennings in reality is the “Unsafe and Drug-Filled School” czar, and should be terminated immediately. Yet the president’s spokesman, Robert Gibbs, has come to Jennings’s defense and is critical of those who have a problem with a radical homosexual imposing his depraved views of sexual morality on a nation’s entire student population.
The fact that this man has found a home in the Obama administration, whose officials seem prepared to stand by their man no matter how disastrously wrong he is for this position, tells us all we need to know about the boy president who has three more long years to keep swinging his wrecking ball at what remains of America’s Judeo-Christian value system.