Punished for saying homosexuality is wrong

A 14 year old boy in Fort Worth, Texas by the name of Dakota Ary was sent to the principal’s office and suspended from school for two days for expressing the opinion that homosexuality is wrong. He did not engage in any insulting speech to or about anyone. He simply said, to another boy in a German class where the teacher was pushing homosexuality, that he was a Christian, and that “being a homosexual is wrong.”

The suspension has since been canceled, as a result of legal action by the boy’s mother (no father is mentioned). But this is the direction in which we are moving. Can you imagine what will henceforth happen to any member of the U.S. armed services who says that “homosexual conduct is wrong?”

By the way, what the boy got in trouble for saying is exactly VFR’s position on the subject.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 23, 2011 01:02 PM | Send

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