They’re just so sorry

They’re just so sorry

Yesterday, I posted a link to a booklet handed out at an event at the Brookline, Mass., public high school with graphic information about homosexual activity and even information about gay bars and clubs. Kids as young as middle school were at this event.

At first, the organizers of this taxpayer-funded pro-gay conference denied the book was made available to students, but now one of the exhibitors admits it did give out the booklet in the following excerpt from a press release:

Fenway Community Health expressed regret for accidentally making available HIV prevention materials designed for people over 18 years of age at an April 30 conference attended by middle school and high school-age students, educators, public health workers, college students and others.

“Fenway Community Health regrets accidentally making available a small number of copies of the Little Black Book, an HIV prevention publication for gay and bisexual men over the age of 18, at an event where young people were present,” said Dr. Stephen Boswell, Fenway Community Health’s President & CEO.  “Distributing materials with adult prevention messages at events attended by youth is not Fenway policy.  The outreach worker staffing Fenway’s table that day has been instructed in the correct use of educational materials and all of our outreach workers will receive additional training to ensure that a similar incident does not occur in the future.”

That it was unintended does not mitigate the outrage we should feel. That such events take place at all in school are an affront to childhood innocence and parental authority. In the previous thread, Alice Slattery gave some information on how materials and events such as these are used as means of indoctrination of young men into the homosexual lifestyle. It betrays the mindset of those who work in these groups concerning sexuality and children and society at large. Remember that the regrets only came after public outcry and inquiries by the media. Stuff like this happens under the radar every day.