Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Sarah Arnold, Exposing Hidden Homophobia

As we have known all along, homophobia is just a propaganda term used by the homosexual activist community to harass those of use who value marriage and family values.

Sarah Arnold, a Wisconsin public high school teacher is apparently so concerned with this made up term, that she created a program for her students entitled, “Exposing Hidden Homophobia."

Arnold has since attracted outside interest in her “homophobia” program, and she has made her resources and lesson plans available for other public school teachers to use so they can indoctrinate their own students with hyped homophobia propaganda. She also includes with her lesson plans, shortened versions of her “Hidden Homophobia Unit.”

Read more about it at The Journalista Chronicle


Euripides said...

Isn't that special? How thoughtful of her to put together such a program so all schools can share in the hunt for hidden homophobia. Does she also have a kit to hunt snipes?

Secular Heretic said...

I don't think my so called disordered fear of homosexuals is all that hidden.

Anonymous said...

how exactly is homophobia propaganda. does that mean "racism" is a propaganda term made up by non-white people.

of course she attracted interest for her brilliant idea, most people aren't as closed minded as you.

and what does "used by the homosexual activist community to harass those of use who value marriage and family values."? what a load of crap. it wasn't made up to harass you but protect themselves. homosexuals are often targeted by violence - how do you suffer. and homosexuals can have family values too.

Secular Heretic said...

Apparently homosexuals are targeted by violence although I have never taken part in it or witnessed it myself.

The term "family values" is very general and I think it can mean a lot of different things to different people. In this broad sense homosexual people can have family values. My sentence should probably read .."homophobia" is a term used by the homosexual activist community to harass those who disagree.

The term homophobic refers to fear of homosexuality. This term often is used by homosexual activists to end rational discussion of the issue by accusing their opponents of having an irrational fear. This is unjust. One can disagree with and be critical of a behavior without having a fear of it. When the charge of "homophobia" is made, it signifies that those making the accusation do not have reasoned responses to their critics, so they switch to portraying their critics as irrational rather than responding to their arguments.