2015 ‘Day of Shame’

by admin on February 2, 2015

The perverted “Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network” (GLEN) has announced that April 17th, 2015, will be their annual “Day of Silence”, when homosexual, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, and other mentally ill schoolchildren will be encouraged to remain silent all day at school, in order to bring attention to their anti-Christian lifestyle and cause. In response, the Knights Party Crusaders Youth Corps will be responding with our own annual “Day of Shame”, wherein White heterosexual school children refuse to be bullied by the disgusting Sodomites or their highly inappropriate, creepy hyper-sexualized adult ‘sponsors’ and promoters, many of whom are homosexuals, themselves.

Ask your child’s school if the administration or any ‘student’ organization on campus plans on participating in this April 17th’s ‘Day of Silence’. Talk to your kids about the purpose of the day being to legitimize and promote the homosexual lifestyle. Encourage them to stand up and speak up for traditional marriage and family values. If you find that your local school will be subject to this homosexual bullying, please contact us at nationaloffice@theknightsparty.com. Let’s work together, to keep our kids safe!

Straight Kids Being Bullied By Gay Propaganda

by admin on January 17, 2014

MURFREESBORO, TN – The ACLU of Tennessee and the national ACLU today sent a letter to the Rutherford County Board of Education urging that Central Magnet School students and teachers be allowed to reinstate GLSEN’s “Safe Space” posters that the school board had removed from classrooms at the school. The posters identify classrooms as spaces where all students can feel safe from bullying and harassment, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Members of the Central Magnet School Gay Straight Alliance student organization requested last year that teachers display the posters in classrooms. The posters, designed by GLSEN, were hung without incident alongside posters from other student groups for the majority of the prior school year. The GLSEN poster states, “This is a safe and inclusive space for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and their allies. All students deserve a safe and welcoming school environment.” A copy of the poster in question can be viewed here.

“Removal of these posters is a violation of the free speech rights of students and teachers,” said Thomas H. Castelli, ACLU-TN Legal Director. “Permitting some student groups but not others to display posters amounts to unconstitutional, discriminatory censorship.”

The school board, speaking through its attorney via telephone, claimed that the poster’s content is of an inappropriate sexual nature because it contains the words “lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.” The ACLU letter asserts that this is an “obvious mischaracterization.” In the same conversation, the school board’s attorney stated that the poster is inappropriately political in nature. The ACLU letter states that this claim “grossly misconstru[es] the nature of the poster.”

“I believe creating a safe school environment is important for all students. Anti-gay harassment and bullying hurts everyone, which is why I found the censorship of this poster particularly surprising and frustrating,” said Allen Nichols, Central Magnet School social studies and history teacher. “While I hung the poster at students’ request, I thought it was important to do so because it shows that my classroom is a safe, supportive environment for every young person I work with.”

Many LGBT students in Tennessee do not feel safe at school because of their sexual orientation. 88.0 percent of LGBT students in Tennessee have been verbally harassed and 43 percent have been physically harassed in the past year because of their sexual orientation, according to GLSEN’s “2011 Tennessee State Snapshot.” A hostile school climate can result in absenteeism, lowered educational aspirations and academic achievement, and poorer psychological well-being.

“Removing a GLSEN Safe Space poster that promotes a positive learning environment free from bullying and harassment is alarming given that a majority of LGBT students in Tennessee report feeling unsafe in school because of their sexual orientation or gender identity,” said Dr. Eliza Byard, GLSEN’s Executive Director. “Every student deserves to feel safe in school and our Safe Space posters, a part of GLSEN’s Safe Space Kit, play a vital role in conveying that very message. Students know they have an educator to turn to for support when they see our poster displayed in a school classroom or office.”

“Students have the right to be safe at school, and they have a right to state their opinion about that as well,” said Amanda C. Goad, staff attorney with the ACLU LGBT Project. “The school board needs to immediately reauthorize display of the poster and to ensure that such censorship will not occur again.”

2014 “Day of Shame” Announced

January 14, 2014

On April 11th, 2014, gays will be celebrating their annual “Day of Silence” in public schools across America. As always, Christian students are responding this year with a “Day of Shame” when they are encouraged to express their opinion that homosexuality is immoral and a sin against God and His design. Don’t be bullied into […]

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That’s so gay

May 16, 2012

Being a young person today is more difficult than ever. During a time of life when you are becoming a young adult, your body is going through a lot of physical and chemical changes. Your brain is, too. Part of those changes include becoming a man or woman, as your gender dictates, and developing feelings […]

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Knights’ Party Crusaders launch Nationwide Protest Against Gay Day of Silence

January 18, 2012

On April 20, 2012, schools across America will allow participants in the Day of Silence to bombard the rest of the student body with an unsettling idea; stand up for homosexuality or share the guilt. And what is this guilt they want the entire student body to bear? They believe that every time a homosexual, […]

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UNC Freshman Accused of Filing False Hate Crime Report

April 13, 2011

A North Carolina college freshman who reported an anti-gay attack, claiming a man burned his hand and called him a slur, made the story up, authorities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Tuesday. Quinn Matney told campus police he was standing on a foot bridge near his dorm last week when […]

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Alfred Kinsey – Father of the Modern Sexual Revolution

April 1, 2011

Why is this information put here?  GLBT Youth are victims of a pedophile loving mad man who used bogus scientific research to convince America that one in ten men were gay, that 95% of married men cheated on their wives, and that 24% of married men had homosexual affairs.  While there were some homosexuals at […]

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Study Supports the “Weak Father” Theory of Homosexuality

March 31, 2011

Reviewed by Christopher H. Rosik, Ph.D. reprint In a published study of Roman Catholic seminarians in Canada (Seutter & Rovers, 2004), the authors report that 24 respondents who were self-identified as homosexual had a significantly lower mean level of intimacy with their fathers than did 130 heterosexually identified respondents. The study did not find significant […]

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Shocking Videos

March 31, 2011

Kevin Jennings and NAMBLA Activist Harry Hay PAT BUCHANAN: Nancy Pelosi has marched with Nambla

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The Woman Crusader

March 31, 2011

  Anita Bryant is heralded as the woman who started the modern crusade to end the war upon America’s children. “The battle of parents to protect their children from homosexuality has just begun, for at this moment in the Congress of the United States, 25 misguided congressmen are pushing a bill which would impose on […]

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