The LGBTQ conference hosted by Iowa Safe Schools for middle and high school students is not about anti-bullying but actually something else, sex-talk laced with profanity promoting a homosexual lifestyle to youths.
The Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ Youth claims to be the largest homosexual youth conference in the nation, but contrary to popular opinion, its purpose is not fostering understanding in the schools or preventing bullying.
“Get that idea out of your head right now,” one attendee of the April 3 event told The FAMiLY LEADER. “There were only two sessions [among more than 20] that had anything to do with bullying. It’s a conference teaching kids how to: how to be confidently homosexual, how to pleasure their gay partners – one session even taught transsexual girls how to sew fake testicles into their underwear in order to pass themselves off as boys.” Family Leader
Iowa schools are sending students to a conference that perverts the Bible, teaches children to engage in dangerous behavior, and vandalism.
One session taught how to properly use “binders” to reduce the visibility of a girl’s breasts and discussed hormone treatments for delaying puberty, assuring kids the drugs were safe.
Our observer also reported on the day’s final speaker, a drag performer named Coco Peru, who delivered an expletive-laden presentation filled with song and a startling piece of advice for the hundreds of high school students bused in from around the state….
Toward the end of the performance, Peru told the kids if they see a car with a bumper sticker that reads, “It’s Adam and Eve for a purpose,” they should, “Reach down inside yourself and give them a blessing … then slash their tires!” Family Leader
Who sponsors this conference: Principal Financial Group, Nationwide, Office Depot, and The TJX Companies, Inc. (T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra Trading Post) Family Leader
It is hosted through a student – run club.
District’s superintendent, Greg Darling said, “The club’s organizer is in charge of fundraising efforts and must determine if the event will be attended next year.” whotv
It is not paid for with tax dollars. In 2013, sixteen Republican legislators stated they would vote to withhold taxpayer funding from Des Moines Area Community College unless they removed their sponsorship from the event. Iowa Republicans
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