Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Look What Canada's Same Sex Marriage Laws Have Produced..
Last year, in defiance of public opinion, the government passed a law redefining Marriage to include same-sex couples. This past year the federal, provincial and municipal governments provided St. Stephen’s House in Toronto with funding of $7.8 million.
One of the “educational” projects undertaken by this organization was the production of The Little Black Book – A Book on Healthy Sexuality. This book purports to be a guide to personal and sexual development for teenage girls. In reality, it is a shockingly pornographic and deeply offensive piece of political and cultural propaganda.
The Little Black Book is a virtual ‘how to’ guide for promiscuity, both heterosexual and homosexual. It teaches that only 10 % of the population is heterosexual compared with 10 % who are homosexual. The rest (80 %), according to the so-called guide, are bi-sexual.
The book includes a chapter entitled “My First Time F***ing a Girl and provides explicit instructions on how to perform oral, anal and other sex acts. Those who counsel against such activity, especially parents, are derisively dismissed as bigots. Says one contributor: “A lot of parents are homophobic, and so are their children - until they get minds of their own.”
In addition the book advises: “If you need a figure to represent God The Holiness then for me she’s a fat, black dyke.”
More from WorldNetDaily:
What this statement has to do with healthy emotional and sexual development is beyond us," Ben-Ami said.
He said his concern is that government authorities now are reviewing the guide for its possible uses. In Canada, which legalized same-sex marriage about a year ago, school curricula that refers to a man-and-woman as a couple has to be dropped.
Schools and teachers, he said, therefore are looking for new materials reflecting the change in the law, and he fears this will be chosen.
"Our understanding is that the Manitoba Ministry of Education is currently assessing whether the book is appropriate," he said.
St. Stephen's, the originator of the concept, is being funded this year by three levels of government, city, provincial and federal, with allocations totaling almost $8 million, he said.
...Modern society, he said, appears to be implementing "bad social policy" almost in principle as a badge of not being religious.
"'The Little Black Book' is one of the most obscene and irresponsible 'educational' books we have come across," said the institute. "Canadians from all walks of life need to take action now to ensure that children are not exposed to its harmful influence."
...Reminding readers that it's intended for fairly young girls, it honors the 40th anniversary of the Barbie doll with a list of recommendations for the occasion.
Those include "Shave her head and give her a nose ring," "Have Barbie marry another Barbie," "Have her take part in an orgy," and "Give her leather bondage gear, a whip and chains."
It also lists "Fun alternatives to intercourse: Petting, Cyber sex, phone sex, kissing, making out, blowjob" and others.
It also offers tips about having sex that "help you make the jump and land with a smile."