Video: The Other Side Of The Rainbow – Millie Fontana’s Story

with loving kindness have I drawn thee.
Jeremiah 31:3

Australia is considering legalizing same-sex marriage.  A non-binding postal survey will be conducted in September that will gauge support one way or the other.

“Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?”

In August a group of psychologists released a guide urging parents and teachers to be supportive of children questioning their gender identity and to back gay marriage.   The guide is from the Australian Psychological Society,

“Another misconception is that some people worry that children will be harmed in same-sex families, and believe that children do better when they have both a mother and father. This is not true, but also irrelevant to the marriage equality debate,” the guide claims in its advice to parents on what they should tell their children about marriage…

What is more, the guide tells parents to let their children know “that it’s OK to question one’s sexual orientation (i.e., who you are attracted to) or one’s gender identity, and that there are many different ways for people to ‘be’ in the world.” ChristianPost

We know and science confirms that it is best if children have two parents – one dad and one mom.    That  gender ideology harms children and the American College of Pediatrics position on transgenderism of children, it is child abuse.

Normalizing homosexuality has a slick propaganda marketing momentum. The leftist entertainment culture, the news media, and the educational establishment celebrate and push an ideological from a  small minority as if it is the mainstream majority  – ideas that make a moral revolution thinkable and acceptable.

Ideas have consequences, as Richard Weaver famously reminded us.

Video: The other side of the rainbow – Millie Fontanas story.

Daughter of two lesbian mothers reveals why she is against same-sex marriage. Dr Ryan T Anderson at The Australian Christian Lobby’s event The Cost of ‘Equality’ on 20 August 2015.

Queensland, Australia Proposed Policy Would Ban Any References To Jesus—Including Christmas Cards—From Public Schools

Christmas cards and the word ‘Jesus’ could be banned in schoolyards in a bid to increase religious inclusiveness – to provide a “safe, supportive and inclusive ­environment”.

Attack on children.  Attack on freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

Government officials in the Australian state of Queensland have introduced a policy that would ban Christmas cards, references to Jesus, and anything that could be classified as “evangelization” from public schools, the Daily Mail Australia reported.

A recent Department of Education report voices concerns that unbridled freedom of religion has led to non-religious children being “forced” to entertain the Christian beliefs of their peers.

According to these officials, schools are expected “to take appropriate action” if they find that students who receive “religious instruction” are evangelizing to those who do not. “Evangelization” covers a range of speech and actions, including distributing Christmas cards with photos or words referencing Jesus’ birth and life, making religious-themed ornaments, and handing out bracelets to share “the good news about Jesus.”

If such evangelization is left unchecked, the report claims that it could “adversely affect the school’s ability to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive ­environment.”

According to the Daily Mail, the recent initiative comes after Queensland Education Minister Kate Jones promised to crack down on religious practices. The report has received negative reactions from religious freedom advocates and political leaders who fear Jones has gone too far…

Neil Foster, a religion and law professor, told The Australian the government’s changes are ‘deeply concerning’ and ‘possibly illegal’. FaithWire

Australian Mother Expelled From ‘Multicultural Playgroup’ Because She’s White

NSW Department of Education funds the center.  Exclusion from a playgroup on the basis of race is racism!

Multiculturalism = Segregation

A mother in Australia has been forced to leave a playground with her kids after the officials told her they can’t play in a “multicultural group” because she’s white.

Tara Coverdale, a mother of two and currently living in Sydney, Australia, claims she was told to leave the playground because it was a multicultural playgroup and she’s a white Australian, according to The Daily Telegraph Australia.

The mother said went with her eight-month-old baby and her four-year-old son to Alexandria Park Community Centre located in the inner-city Sydney.

Shortly after she arrived to the community centre for a playgroup, a staff member approached her asking whether this was her first time. Rather than being welcoming, the staff member announced that Coverdale isn’t allowed to be there.

“I’m sorry you can’t come here. It’s a multicultural playgroup,” staff member said and asked, “Can I ask what your cultural background is?”

Coverdale, a blonde mother with freckles, replied saying she’s Australian, prompting the staff to deny her entry into the playground. “I’m sorry, you can’t come here. It’s for multicultural families and people who speak languages other than English at home.”

The mother refused to leave the playground, claiming her son was having a good time with a friend in the playground, asking “Why should I leave?”

She was then approached by Jo Fletcher, the centre’s facilitator, who asked the same question as the staff member: “Can I just ask what your cultural background is?”

“I’m sorry you can’t come here. It’s a multicultural playgroup,” Fletcher said after finding out Coverdale is a fourth-generation Australian…

Following the controversy, Education Minister Rob Stokes had instructed the centre to allow all families to attend the playground.

“I was disappointed to hear that a mum and her young child felt they were not welcome… This is not acceptable. Everyone, regardless of their background, should feel included in these wonderful community activities.” Heatst