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  • The Gay Agenda spreads? Not if Christian Athletes have a say!

    Texas High School Christian Athletes have had to make sacrifices to stop the spread of the gay agenda.The choices, accept a gay-straight alliance club meeting on the school grounds or for the crusading Christian Athletes to hold their club meetings off school campuses. These brave students stepped up and did their part to stop this gay cabal from forming in their schools. The courts will be meeting later this week to decide if the long standing Fellowship of Christian Athletes can continue their long standing traditions in the school district while still blocking the formation of this group of homersexuals in training.
    roving gay-straight alliance School bans all non-academic clubs to avoid approving gay-straight alliance

    LGBTQ Nation • Monday, February 28, 2011 • Comments (26)
    CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. — A Texas school district has banned all non-academic clubs from meeting on campus to ensure it’s complying with federal law after refusing to allow a student to start a gay-straight alliance.
    The decision by the Flour Bluff Independent School District comes after Bianca “Nikki” Peet, a senior at Flour Bluff High School requested to start the GSA.
    In a letter to Paul Rodriguez, the president of the Gay-Straight Alliance at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, who has supported Peet’s efforts to organize the GSA, Superintendent Julie Carbajal defended the decision and said the school was committed to “supporting the cultural diversity” of all students.
    The Daily Caller reports:
    Rodriguez had argued that denying Peet the chance to create a Gay-Straight Alliance violates the Equal Access Act, a law mandating that federally funded schools provide equal access to extracurricular clubs.
    The legislation, approved in 1984, was seen then as an attempt to protect Bible study and other religious groups. The law has since been invoked by supporters of gay rights to protect the formation of Gay-Straight Alliances in schools.
    Rodriguez said he gave the district two options when he intervened on behalf of Peet who had unsuccessfully petitioned her principal to start a club. He said the district could approve Peet’s club or disallow other clubs not based in the curriculum.
    Carbajal said she has asked the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to meet off campus while the district studies the legality of allowing the club while disallowing a club supporting gay students, and that she will make sure all other school clubs in the district follow the district’s academic-only policy.
    She said there is no chance the district will approve the proposed GSA.
    The Texas Civil Rights Project has threatened to take legal action against the school district if Carbajal doesn’t reverse her decision.
    In an interview with KRIS-TV, James Harrington, director of the Project, said “we will simply file a lawsuit in federal court, or we could also file a complaint with the office of civil rights and have the school district investigated for compliance with federal law.”
    Harrington said Flour Bluff’s choice to ban all non-academic clubs from meeting on campus won’t get them out of hot water. “They’re doing this in retaliation,” he said.
    Supporters of Peet’s proposed GSA plan to protest outside the school on Friday morning.

    So if anybody finds themselves in Corpus Christi on Friday morning the school district could use as much support as possible to balance the crowds formed BY the OUTSIDE GSA SUPPORTERS!
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    Re: The Gay Agenda spreads? Not if Christian Athletes have a say

    Thanks to the fag-enablers, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes may lose its freedom of expressive association.
    This church is dedicated to preaching True Christianity™ and the King James Bible exactly as they are, with no alterations to make them more politically correct for modern liberals. If you think that we've misquoted or twisted Scripture or quoted any verse out of context, please explain in detail how we've done so. Otherwise, if what you read on this site offends you, then you're offended by Almighty God and His Word, not by us.

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    • #3
      Re: The Gay Agenda spreads? Not if Christian Athletes have a say

      I am actually quite impressed that officials at a public school had the Christian fortitude it takes to stand up against Big Sodomy. Kudos to them for destroying all after school programs for the sake of Biblical principles.

      And just look closely at this logo.

      It is basically advocating an underage homo/bisexual orgy be allowed on school grounds! I do not know about the rest of you, but whenever I look at that horrible image, all I can think about is a tangle of naked, nubile teens of both genders, randomly rutting with whomever is closest. It is nothing short of hardcore pornography!
      Professor of Creation Science and Flood Geology at Landover Baptist University


      Sodomites! Stop being gay TODAY!

      Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls. James 1:21


      • #4
        Re: The Gay Agenda spreads? Not if Christian Athletes have a say

        Eventually they'll drive all of the Christians out of public schools and then you won't be able to get a job without a "public" high school degree.

        Lord please come soon
        Drama queen


        • #5
          Re: The Gay Agenda spreads? Not if Christian Athletes have a say

          I don't know why these officials don't, or can't, read the Constitution. If they did, they would see reference to a Creator.

          This means that the Fellowship of Christian Atheletes can meet on public property but atheists can not.

          Isaiah 24:1-3 Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty (2)...as the taker of usury, so with the giver of usury to him. (3) The land shall be utterly emptied, and utterly spoiled: for the LORD hath spoken his word.