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    Pathetic People reprograming our Children...

    A student in Ohio claims she received a day of in-school suspension after she hung Bible verses on walls and lockers in response to LGBTQ pride flags decorating the halls. The teen also alleges that her principal said she was “targeting the [Gay-Straight Alliance] organization.”
    In a video shared on her mother’s Facebook page, Gabby Helsinger details the incident that occurred at Lebanon High School. Her mother, Tina Helsinger, captioned the video, “Lebanon schools celebrates [sic] evil and punishes righteousness!!”
    “On Thursday when I got to school, I see that there were pride flags, posters around my school,” Gabby said in the video. “And I felt the need to write down some Bible verses so I could put them around my school. And I wrote them down and I put them around the lockers, the walls.” It is unknown which Bible verses Gabby chose to share with her peers.
    Gabby said that when she was returning from lunch, she witnessed her teachers taking down the Bible verses.
    “The next day, I got called to the office and there is a letter that says that I have an ISS, which is an in-school suspension, and the reason why I have it is because ‘abuse of others, disrespect, rudeness’ because I put Bible verses up ‘targeting the GSA organization.’ I did not know what the GSA organization was or meant,” she claimed.
    She additionally noted that she had “seen that there [were] people in my school that needed help… They don’t need to be living in the confusion of wondering if they should be gay, bi, lesbian, trans — anything like that. And I know that God is the only way that they can be healed by that, and that’s why I did it. I was not targeting any kind of organization.”
    When she arrived at the principal’s office, according to Gabby, he asked her why she hung the Bible verses. “And I said, ‘Because I wanted to spread the word of God.’ And [the principal] goes, ‘Well did you have permission?’ And I said, ‘No.’ I didn’t know you had to have permission because people do it a lot — putting Post-It notes on people’s lockers, so I just did it.”
    Gabby goes on to claim that she asked the principal why, if God or Jesus is mentioned, it gets removed “straight away,” while “gay pride stuff” is not punished.
    Principal Scott Butler, who is unable to comment on student discipline matters, did tell Yahoo Lifestyle in an email, “In general, when a student violates the Student Code of Conduct, there are consequences for those actions.”
    Gabby’s mother, Tina Helsinger did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment. However, her Facebook post reads that she “appealed the punishment stating ‘Posting a Bible verse is not abuse of others, disrespect/insolence/rudeness and in no way was it targeting GSA.'” Regardless of the appeal, Tina states that Gabby is expected to report to ISS on Wednesday.

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    BS... this is the kind of garbage that needs to STOP.... if a public school cannot have ANY form of religious practice, no nativity scenes, or anything else with a religious connotation, and will not even say the "Pledge of Allegiance" each morning, then it also should not be able to display anything promoting or condoning the LBGTQ lifestyle... school is for the purpose of providing children with an education, NOT providing "programming" to promote a deviant lifestyle.... in my day, those signs and flags would come down, a principal or teacher that put them up or tried to stop them from coming down would have been removed and replaced, and any kid that put them up would have had to change schools if the student body found out that he / she had a hand in putting such garbage up in the first place.....


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    William, there wasn't any transgenders in our day....was there? I don't remember any. Most didn't even dare to say they was gay....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose View Post
    William, there wasn't any transgenders in our day....was there? I don't remember any. Most didn't even dare to say they was gay....
    Back then there were some transgenders, but they had to go to Sweden to get the surgery. Yes, very few homosexuals were out of the closet either. I only knew one openly gay person (a few I suspected, but only one I knew for certain). He was the choir teacher at my high school and a very good one too. He was also smart enough not to **** in his own nest (unlike a couple of straight teachers). He used to travel during summer vacations and he would often visit the phys ed department during summer football practice and talk about his adventures. His stories about a trip to the Soviet Union were hilarious. No, he never wandered through the boys locker room.


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    the only one that I knew was a History teacher in high school, and he was VERY careful to not let it be known that he was queer.... the only clue was that he lived in an apartment in the French Quarter, where only queers and strippers lived, and he sure as hell wasn't a stripper.... excellent teacher though... in the early 60's, a teacher trying to promote the LBGTQ lifestyle in a school would have been dragged from the classroom, tarred and feathered, and run out of town by the PARENTS of the students, if not the students themselves (depending on grade / age)


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    I agree....here in Texas, in the 50's and 60's , Gay Bashing was a big fad. It got really bad for a while.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by mongoose View Post
    i agree....here in texas, in the 50's and 60's , gay bashing was a big fad. It got really bad for a while.....
    yep!!!!!


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