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Saturday, November 08, 2003

It started out as a joke, of course. Some people cannot take a joke, but I wonder what would have happened if one of the senior boys had tried to be elected "queen." The school should never have allowed the girl to run for the office, but they couldn't do anything about it because of moral and role issues. The schools are paralyzed by their stupid ideas of equality. What did they expect? Did they think that gender issues would not arise? "Gender inequality," is the way teacher-he's-a-beaut-Mike Dwyer put it. Hey, Mike, if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and lays duck eggs like a duck, it is not equal to a moon rock.

It was inevitable, of course, and it is going to get worse. Romans 1 says that when people are unwilling to distinquish between the Creator and the creatures, before long they will not be able to have the ability to distinguish between anything, because God gives them over to a reprobate mind. The result is a witch's brew of undifferentiated mulligan stew. [Of course that is a bad sentence, but why should new agers complain about mixed metaphors? Everything is equal to everything else, so why bother? Boys are girls and girls are boys and kings are queens and queens are kings and brews and stews.] The real tragedy are the kids--boys that are taught to act like girls and girls that are taught to act like boys, warring against their own natures. You can pretend a bull is a cow, but if you try to milk the bull, you will get an eduction about gender roles.

Angela just thought it was a joke, and didn't realize the can of worms she would open. But that is why they have teachers and principals in school. But what could the teachers say in public school, except, "You've come a long way, Baby?"

But if the school are forbidden to teach about God, then of course they cannot teach about man, who is in the image of God. The result? noone is left with any common sense.

The sad thing here is the continuing feminization of our culture. What about the next homecoming that elects two sodomites as king and queen? Of course Angela is not a lesbian, but why wasn't there a teacher, a principal, a parent, or anyone with any sense to save her from making a fool out of herself?

Oakland Tribune Online - Local & Regional News: "'We felt that once a girl runs for king, it becomes a gender issue,' said teacher Mike Dwyer, co-adviser for Hayward High's Gay and Straight Alliance. 'As long as some people don't fit neat definitions of gender, there's going to be gender inequality, gender discrimination, sexism and heterosexism. "
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