High School Gender And Sexuality Clubs Encourage Teen Girls To ‘Bind’ Their Breasts

More and more American schools are sexualizing children.

They’ve taken it a step further by encouraging teens to bind their breasts, a practice known to pose health risks.

The Daily Caller states, “Schools in Minnesota, Maryland, California, Illinois, and Massachusetts are among the hundreds of schools that offer GSA clubs that promote “chest binding” — the practice of crushing healthy breast tissue — to teenage girls. Some schools, including Waltham High School in Massachusetts, raise money to purchase chest binders for teen girls who cannot afford them.”

September 30, 2022

Not only are they encouraging breast binders and buying, but organizations are also providing guidelines for girls that can’t wear chest binders, such as wearing two sports bras, according to The Daily Caller. These same guidelines teach girls how to breathe while wearing a chest binder. However, the guidelines acknowledge that it can be dangerous for teens.

The Daily Caller further states, “Chicago Public Schools informed students that ‘using a binder or tucking’ — the practice of concealing male genitalia —

‘during physical education can significantly positively impact student’s mental health.’ In the same guide, the District noted that binding ‘can also pose physical risks or limitations on the student’s body.’”

The Daily Caller points out, “Analysis from the Cleveland Clinic indicates that there is minimal data to determine the safety of chest binding practices. Side effects of chest binding include, but are not limited to, musculoskeletal issues such as “loss of muscle mass, postural changes, rib fractures, and shoulder popping.”

It’s terrific that schools are reaching out to provide a safe and healthy environment for everyone. However, they’re out of line when they encourage teenagers to participate in activities that cause shortness of breath, rib bruising, and possible fractures. There are limited studies to determine the long-term effects on posture, too. This decision should be left up to parents, not schools that can’t seem to stop overreaching.

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 Drag Queen with a criminal record 

Texas MassResistance exposes another Drag Queen with a criminal record who was about to perform for kids at a leftist church event.

Church excludes him after our exposé, but will continue with the event. Local parents plan to protest outside.

Drag Queen’s disgusting social media trail did not bother organizers!

Our activist’s report covered widely by conservative media.

September 23, 2022


The Drag Queen and his male friends: “Tisha Flowers” (left) wears a dress with the biohazard symbol (which he also has tattooed on his arm). This symbol is known in the homosexual community as the symbol for a “bug chaser” which is a man who seeks sex with men who are HIV+.

As Texas MassResistance continues to show, the Left’s obsession with pushing “Drag Queens” on young children is even more dangerous than most people realize.

Clearly, Drag Queens are very disturbed homosexual men who pose as garish women and who openly display their perversions on social media. But some of them have alarming criminal records – as Texas MassResistance began to expose back in 2019.

Last month we got an email from one of our readers in Katy, Texas, a fairly conservative suburb of Houston:

A [left-wing] church in my city is hosting a Drag Queen Bingo for all ages next month … I am horrified that this has come to my wonderful city. How do we stand up to this? Help!

Drag Queen bingo in a church

The First Christian Church of Katy advertised the event as “Drag Bingo” featuring two Drag performers and a disc jockey, with a 3½-hour session for “all ages.”


This was the original advertisement, featuring two Drag Queens and a disc jockey.

Our Texas MassResistance leader Tracy Shannon, who lives not far away, collaborated with Texas MassResistance activist Kevin Whitt and did some research. One of the Drag Queens, a man named Jaysen Kettl who calls himself “Tisha Flowers” had a hideous social media trail of bloody satanic imagery and homosexual depravity, which Tracy re-posted on her blog.


Here’s what “Tisha Flowers” has posted on his social media.

And more: a bloody murder plot

Even worse, they found out that he had pled guilty to plotting a grisly scheme to murder fellow students while in high school in 2004. As the Houston Chronicle described at the time:

Prosecutors said that in a spiral notebook, Kettl and at least one other student detailed on about 12 pages who they wanted to attack at Vidor High School and what would be done to them.

“They described how they were going to torture some people — nailing their hands to the table, chaining them to trees — before they killed certain people,” Assistant District Attorney Troy Johnson said.

The plans were never carried out. Word of the plot leaked to school administrators, and Kettl was arrested Nov. 10 [2004]. When police searched Kettl’s bedroom, they found a backpack containing knives, chains, nails and hammers.

“It appears that this drag queen has not outgrown his blood lust from the looks of his social media,” Tracy Shannon said. Kettl’s profile exemplifies the kind of horribly disturbed people who become “Drag Queens” and are attracted to performing for children. Also revealed is the depravity of the people who enthusiastically invite them to events – and staunchly defend their presence.

Church drops him from event

Tracy contacted the church and informed them about the man who would be “performing” with children there. Their reaction was what we have come to expect from leftists. They were not openly disturbed about it. They simply dropped Kettl from the event and quickly changed the advertisements as if he had never been part of it.


The edited version of the advertisement, with “Tisha” removed.

Huge public outrage

But when word got out of what this “church” was doing and what MassResistance had uncovered about it, the community was outraged. Several area pro-family groups, including Texas MassResistance, plan to protest at the Sept. 24 event.

The outrage quickly spread across the country and conservative media picked it up, including:

The Stream – When Churches Host Would-Be Mass Killers

Epoch Times – Texas Church Bingo Event Drops Drag Queen Involved in School Shooting Plot

PJ Media – Church Drops Drag Queen After Learning He Was Involved in a Plot to Shoot up a School

(These outlets got a few of the details wrong, but we’re grateful they covered this!)

Final thoughts

The Left constantly tries to dishonestly and dangerously try to portray Drag Queen events as “just fine” for children. But we cut right through that!

MassResistance has exposed a number of times how these drag queens, often marketed as diversity “role models for children,” are anything but, often having serious criminal records, whether attempted murder, theft, sex crimes, or child abuse! MassResistance was first to take note of the real danger. (See our archived reports here.)

This story isn’t quite over. It’s been reported that Antifa hoodlums plan to come to the parents’ protest to harass, disrupt, and possibly even attack them. But the parents will stand their ground. We’ll let you know what happens.


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Here’s how to confront your local Library Board when they push pornography on children.

Telling the harsh truth that no one wants to hear.

“You’re perverts. If there wasn’t a loophole in the law you’d all be in jail. You are porn purveyors to kids.”

See hard-hitting video clip below (Caution: strong language)

August 27, 2022

VIDEO: Confronting Idaho Library Board over porn for children (6 min 1 sec)

Note: The screen layout is from the video posted by the Library.

During times like these, a strong dose of hard truth is the first step to success.

Across the country, anguished parents have been pleading with their local library boards to remove a growing tide of obscene and very graphic books – many with homosexual and transgender themes – that are written to sexualize little children and young teenagers.

In Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (just east of Spokane WA), parents have been complaining for months to the local library board about the explicit sexual books in the children’s and teen sections. As in many other parts of the country, the majority of the Board members have either ignored them or have been outwardly hostile and intimidating.

The Library Board (officially called the Community Library Network Board of Trustees ) includes six members, plus the Library Director. Four of the members, including the Chairman, support the obscene children’s books and impede any internal criticism of them. The other two members are shocked at the books but are routinely overruled and silenced by the others.

Over the past year, parents there reached out to MassResistance for help. We recently had a meeting with them about boldly using the truth to deal with the other side’s lies and intimidation. It’s certainly made an impression!

A meeting the Board won’t quickly forget!

The July 18 meeting of the Library Board definitely did not go as they expected (see video above).

Not surprisingly, the meeting began with an attack on the parents. The Library Director presented a formal “rebuttal” to the parents’ complaints about some books during the previous Library Board meeting.

The Library Director said that even though the parents may find part of a children’s book “shocking or provocative,” that needs to be taken “in the context of the entire book.”  That is, when the parents complained, they were taking things “out of context” from the supposedly positive message of the whole book. (This is a talking point frequently used by pornographers and LGBT activists.)


The Library Director giving her “rebuttal” to parents complaints from the previous meeting.

When the Library Director finished, one of the dissenting Board members asked her for a clarification about one of the books she was referring to:

The book Tricks is all about 15-year-old prostitutes. You’re not disturbed by the fact that it encouraged kids to be OK with their fathers molesting them, and then be prostitutes? Is that really what a library is for? This is also a question for the rest of this Board.

But rather than allow that discussion to continue, the Board Chairman then abruptly cut her off, saying, “This isn’t what this portion [of the meeting] is for.”

The parents take over …

After that came the public comments section of the meeting. There were two mothers who had come to speak.

The first mother first described a “North Idaho Pride Alliance” event the previous month where this same Community Library Network was on the panel. Parents who opposed the sexualization of children were described as “white supremacists, hypocrites, haters, and book-burners.” She continued, “So I’ll illustrate an example of what we oppose.”

She then began reading excerpts from an extremely pornographic sexual novel for young teenagers. She noted that the library carries three copies of that book. The book contained graphic sexual acts among kids and very profane language – truly revolting to hear. (You can hear her read it in the video above.)


The mother reading from the library book.

As she read it, any normal person in the room would have been sickened. But the Chairman, her cohorts on the Board, and the Library Director appeared unaffected, with bored looks on their faces.


While the mother was reading out loud the sickening and profane passages of of kids’ sexual acts from the book in their library, the Library Board members looked completely boared and uninterested.

“You people are nothing but perverts…”

Then the fireworks started. The non-reaction by the Library Board leaders became too insulting to take. The mother who was reading the book stopped and yelled at them, “This is pornography.”

Suddenly the other mother stood up and yelled at the Board:

Yes, this is pornography. Will you just get over yourselves and get rid of these books? You people are disgusting! Disgusting! How dare you have books like that in the library? You need to quit. Because you people are a den of perverts!

The Chairman told her to leave the room, but she continued. She walked over to the Library Director and said, “How dare you talk about context?” The director started to answer, “Our code of conduct …” The mother shot back, “Oh, you’re so civilized, aren’t you?”


The second mother (standing at left) yells at the Library Director (seated at right).

She then turned to Board members again:

You’re so civilized that you allow things like this for 12-year-olds to read. You are really beyond belief. If we didn’t have that special clause in the law, you would all be going to jail for providing this stuff to children.

The Chairman interrupted, “Thank you. That’s enough.”

But it wasn’t enough. She continued:

I’m sick of you. This is disgusting. This little town is full of innocence and you’re ruining it with your smut. You’re just disgusting.

She sat down and the first mother continued with her testimony.

The definition of pornography according to Merriam-Webster is: The depiction of erotic behavior as in pictures or writing intended to cause sexual excitement.”

Label me what you like. But you are porn purveyors to kids, which makes you complicit in the degeneracy and degradation of society. Thank you.

You could quickly tell that the Library Board leaders were clearly stunned and upset. One of them seemed on the verge of crying. Apparently, no one had ever talked to them that way. It definitely affected them.

Yet they didn’t respond at all. They simply went on to the next item on their meeting’s agenda.

But now the tide is changing in Coeur d’Alene. The focus of the parents of the community – and their wrath – will now be on the library officials, not the books. We fully expect that there will be some changes coming up before too long.


When we watched the entire meeting, we noticed that at the beginning one of the Library Board members refused to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance. Why are we not surprised?

Final thoughts

Conservatives don’t seem to realize what they’re up against. Normal people simply don’t do these things to children.

The second mother was right. There’s no polite way to describe it: People like this are perverts. The problem is not the books. It’s the people who are putting them on the shelves for children.

What normal library officials would participate in a revolting event run by a radical homosexual group, where local parents who oppose sexualized children’s books are denounced as “white supremacists, hypocrites, haters, and book-burners”?

Public libraries used to be safe, nurturing, and educational places for children. But in recent years libraries have attracted more and more repulsive and dysfunctional people as employees and governing board members – who often appear to be battling their own sexual issues. 

And they would be in jail except for state laws made decades ago exempting schools and libraries from the child obscenity laws. (Those laws were intended only to allow for the nudity in artwork, and assumed that librarians were normal, ethical people with common sense.)

Unfortunately, the conservative movement is invariably too timid to do what’s necessary and tell it like it is – and force change. They are easily intimidated by the Left’s ridiculous arguments portraying them as “book burners” and “censors,” and accusing them of violating children’s “right to read” – all of which are easily countered.

MassResistance helps parents take charge, as these mothers did!


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Pagan Sexuality Makes a Comeback

In America in the middle of the last century, what was called the sexual revolution took root like a kudzu vine. It has grown so quickly and so invasively that hardly any part of the cultural landscape has escaped.

Appallingly, this encouragement to sexual hedonism has made its way down to school-aged children. The new “National Sex Education Standards” document being pushed in numerous public schools in America is an example of this. The NSES applies to students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

For example, according to the NSES, by the time students are in the eighth grade, they must be able to define and describe various sex acts, including sodomy. The standards describe this to 11- to 13-year-old children as “sexual behavior involving penetration of the anus by a penis or sex toy.” As one might expect, pro-homosexual and transgender ideologies appear throughout the standards.

The NSES quotes figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stating that more than 41% of public school districts in the U.S. have adopted the new sexual standards.

Happily, many parents seem to be finally snapping awake to what is going on in classrooms across the country. However, it’s not enough for parents – especially Christian parents – to be uncomfortable with the perversions being taught to children. Such parental reaction will only be temporary and ultimately avail little unless the root of the sex revolution vine is severed.

The power of eros

In the pre-Christian world, the pagan view of what we might refer to as “romantic love” was called eros. This word represented love as a power that simply seized people and irresistibly drew them together like a force of nature, leading to sexual coupling. In fact, the word “erotic” comes from eros.

Pope Benedict XVI described eros as “[t]hat love between man and woman which is neither planned nor willed, but somehow imposes itself upon human beings.”

Moreover, he stated, the ancient Greeks viewed eros “principally as a kind of intoxication, the overpowering of reason by a ‘divine madness.’” Like any other kind of intoxicant, eros was enjoyed as a way to escape the monotony of one’s mundane existence.

Today, such an ancient view of eros continues to control many people’s views of love and sex. Everywhere one looks and listens, whether it’s movies, television, streaming platforms, music, or the various levels of the educational establishment, love and sexual desire are portrayed as a fire that cannot be resisted. After all, the heart wants what the heart wants. End of story.

Of course, Christianity puts forth a rightful place for erotic feelings. In the Bible, the Song of Solomon is a tribute to the beauty of erotic love, but it is the power of eros confined to the bond of marriage. In fact, biblically speaking, the act of sex not only expresses the love of husband and wife, but it also deepens it, as it welds together the souls of those who physically join themselves together.

As it says in Genesis 2:24, a man leaves his parents and is “joined to his wife; and they shall become one flesh.” The word “joined” means to cleave or stick to the spouse. It is the sex act that joins them and makes them one. This is why the apostle Paul warned the church at Corinth against fornication with prostitutes because the act of sex joined the man to the prostitute in a way God intended only for a man and a wife (1 Corinthians 6:16).

However, as it is defined, eros – the overpowering force of nature that controls a person – is not a Christian idea. As Bible commentators have often noted, of the three Greek cultural words for love – erosphilia, and agape – the New Testament never uses eros in its discussions of Christian love.

Instead, Christianity revolutionized the concept of eros altogether. In the Judeo-Christian worldview, man is not simply a passive agent acted upon by eros. The expectation was that husbands and wives, within the institution of marriage, would be the masters, not the servants, of such romantic and erotic feelings.

Redemption of sexuality

Like every other aspect of human nature, however, the fall of mankind led to the perversion of sexuality. The word “perversion” means something that has been twisted or turned around until it is different from what it was originally intended to be. To pervert something means to corrupt it.

God’s answer to the corruption of this powerful gift – indeed, His answer to every human problem – was to call people to Himself. When He formed the nation of Israel, God gave to them His laws. Starting at that point in human history, His people were called to model for the pagan world, among other things, what human sexuality was intended to be and how it was to be experienced.

Because biblical sexuality represented a wholesale change from pagan practices – i.e., people controlled by eros – it was the Judeo-Christian view of sexuality that was truly revolutionary.

This is not to suggest that pagan cultures had no cultural restrictions on sexuality. All of them did, although there were some distinctions as to what the regulations were. As C.S Lewis said in Mere Christianity, “Men have differed as to whether you should have one wife or four. But they have always agreed that you must not simply have any woman you liked.”

However, it is true that most pagan cultures reserved the strictest regulations for the women among them. This probably wasn’t the result of hypocrisy or even sexism so much as it was pragmatism. For virtually every society that has ever existed, it has been critical that a man’s posterity be readily identifiable; for that, women had to remain faithful to their husbands. After all, most of human history was lived prior to the invention of the birth control pill. The only way for a woman to be sure she would not get pregnant by someone who was not her husband was, well, to only have sex with her husband. The consequences of breaking this rule could be catastrophic for the tribe or the nation.

When Christianity began influencing ancient culture within the Roman Empire, the biblical sexual ethic challenged the prevailing pagan view by insisting that not only must women honor the marriage bed, but so must the men.

Therefore, what has been transpiring in the West regarding sexuality is not truly a revolution, regardless of what sociologists call it. What we are seeing is a fairly straightforward reversal of the Christian ethic.

However, the current rejection of all sexual restraint is actually worse than a simple return to pagan sexuality. Now, not only are men encouraged to misbehave sexually but so are women. And not only are women told to be as debauched as they want, but now the purveyors of perversion even encourage the children to sin sexually.

This wickedness exceeds the sexual laxity of most non-Christian cultures throughout history and is nothing less than an embrace of the sexual ethic that was usually found in decaying pagan cultures.

It is time for the church to once again press the case for a true sexual revolution – one that calls all human beings to channel the fire of sexuality in a manner that honors God’s purpose for it.

Next month: Sex as idolatry


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They won’t leave the Christian cake artist from Colorado alone

At this point, most Americans have heard of Jack Phillips—the man they call “the baker from Colorado.” But Jack is a cake artist. And all he wants is to create one-of-a-kind custom cakes, consistent with his faith. But for over a decade, activists and Colorado officials have tried to punish him for that.

Jack never wanted to spend his days in courtrooms and in the spotlight of the national media. Yet just as God placed Esther where He placed her “for such a time as this” (Esther 4:14), Jack has been forced to defend his right to free speech for a decade in courts from Colorado to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Despite his Alliance Defending Freedom victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018—he has continued to be attacked and harassed by activists and government officials.

Jack believes that God created men and women to be unique and complementary. This means our sex is a God-given, biological reality, not something we can choose or change. Creating a cake that celebrates any other view of sex would violate his religious beliefs.

Yet an activist lawyer asked Jack to do just that. After Jack politely declined to create a custom cake that would celebrate the attorney’s “transition” from male to female, Jack was sued again.

Just three weeks after the Supreme Court ruled for Jack, Colorado officials pursued him again. But after ADF attorneys uncovered new evidence of the State’s ongoing hostility again Jack and his faith, Colorado officials dismissed the case. The activist lawyer, however, filed a new lawsuit in civil court—over the same cake request. Last summer, the trial court entered an order punishing Jack for declining to create the gender-transition cake. We immediately appealed to the Colorado Court of Appeals on Jack’s behalf.

No one should be forced to create or express a message that defies their beliefs and conscience. Governments don’t have the authority to compel you to speak messages you don’t believe in. That’s been a bedrock American principle for centuries, but it’s under attack now.

Jack isn’t the only one whose free speech is being threatened

Should a government agency or official be able to force a Democratic speechwriter to pen a speech for a Republican politician? Should the Catholic church be able to demand an atheist cake artist to design an Easter-themed cake? Of course not.

Jack has a proven track record of serving all people—his case isn’t about that. It’s about his First Amendment right to refrain from promoting messages he doesn’t believe in.

We praise God that Jack refused to give up his freedom without a fight. He knows it’s not just his own speech on the line—it’s yours too.

But he’s not the only one standing up to Colorado’s attempt to coerce speech and punish Christian business owners who choose to live out their faith in the marketplace.

Lorie Smith is a Christian web designer who has always enjoyed using her talents to support causes she strongly believes in—from veterans to children with special needs, overseas missions, and animal shelters.

Her passions also included a desire to shine a spotlight on the beauty of God-ordained marriage. She was excited to expand her business to include designing custom wedding websites for her clients, an opportunity to show how each story reflected the beauty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

But the same Colorado agency that prosecuted Jack Phillips would use its power to target Lorie as well, if she created wedding websites celebrating only marriage between a man and a woman.

Like Jack, Lorie serves all types of people, but she cannot design websites promoting every message that’s requested of her. Lorie can’t create art that promotes certain political messages, atheism, or casinos. She also can’t design anything that is un-American, disrespects someone’s faith, or degrades people, including those who identify as LGBT.

Colorado argues that it has the power to control what Lorie can say. That it can force her to say things she doesn’t believe. But Lorie knows that you don’t lose your freedom of speech when you choose to make a living.
“I left the corporate world to start my own design studio precisely because I wanted to be able to design things close to my heart and consistent with my beliefs. But if the government won’t let me speak and make a living consistent with those beliefs, it could do the same to you.” – Lorie Smith

That’s why Lorie, with the help of ADF, has taken her case to the U.S. Supreme Court—standing up for the freedom of all Americans to say what they believe without fear of government punishment. Her case will be argued this fall, and could result in a landmark decision for free speech.

Lorie shouldn’t have to stand alone. She’s faced death threats, received unspeakably hateful messages, and her family and clients have been harassed and threatened. All because she simply wants to live out her faith in the workplace.

That’s wrong.

Just as those of faith and conscience are rallying around Jack Phillips, now is the time for those of us who value freedom and liberty to support Lorie. To commit to praying for her case, for the attorneys who will be working on building the arguments they will present to the Supreme Court this fall. And to pray for the justices, that they will protect Lorie’s constitutional rights and affirm the right of all to say what they believe without threat of government punishment.

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What Is ‘Gay Christianity’?

Let’s see if you’ve heard any of these statements before:

  • God made people gay and therefore being gay should be celebrated and affirmed.
  • Jesus never mentioned homosexuality even once.
  • The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is about inhospitality and greed, not homosexuality.
  • If the Bible were written today, it would be gay-affirming.
  • The Bible doesn’t say anything about sexual orientation.
  • Christians hate gay people and need to change their theology to be more loving.

If you’ve heard one or more of these statements before—whether on social media, in conversation with a family member, or even promoted by a supposedly Christian pastor—you have just encountered one of the many influences of “gay Christianity.”

Throughout two thousand years of church history, Christians have understood—and Christian churches have taught—that homosexuality is a sin. It is “against nature” (Romans 1:26–27). It is an “abomination” (Leviticus 18:2220:13). It can be described as “vile affections” or “dishonorable passions” (Romans 1:26). It is not God’s design for marriage or family (Genesis 2:18–25). It is something that God does not bless, nor can He because it is defiantly against His revealed will (1 Corinthians 6:9–10). And because it is against God’s will and design, to embrace and celebrate homosexuality is to evoke God’s judgment—as an individual, church, or nation (Genesis 19:1–29). Since Christianity took root in the West, the Bible’s teaching against homosexuality has defined public policy and social attitudes in Europe and America.

But a strange thing has happened in the years surrounding the sexual revolution. The Bible that had once been so clear on sexuality suddenly became pretty fuzzy. Morals and ethics were subject to redefinition. Study committees needed to meet in order to discuss what the Bible was now saying. Churches found reasons to defy their former standards and force others to change with them. And Christians became more and more confused about what was true. The influence of “gay Christianity” can be seen in many ways across the church and society today.

Fundamentally, gay Christianity is the attempt to reconcile the Christian faith with homosexuality. I use “gay Christianity” as a label for this general movement, although I recognize that there are differing streams of thinking within it. Sometimes these differing streams have competing goals and conflicting theological claims and are not nearly as unified as the general term may imply. However, it is important to see the points of similarity and difference while also observing the common thrust of the movement as a whole. That is why I wrote the book Dangerous Affirmation: The Threat of “Gay Christianity”now available from American Family Association.

What do I mean by saying “gay Christianity” is the attempt to reconcile the Christian faith with homosexuality? The Christian faith is the body of beliefs, practices, and values—rooted in the Bible—that have defined the teaching, worship, and ministry of the Christian church throughout her existence. As briefly mentioned above, the Christian faith recognized homosexuality as sinful and unnatural—a view universally agreed upon until the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s.

Homosexuality is likewise a broad term—including notions of desire, attraction, sexual behavior, relationships, identity, language, community, and culture. One aspect of the gay debate within the church is the ever-broadening definition of homosexuality within Western culture. As homosexuality is lived out by people and embraced by society, the particular meanings that may be ascribed to the concept of homosexuality change. Even the words used to describe homosexuality change over time—such as the emergence of the word gay as the preferred term for identifying as a homosexual.

The last element of this definition of “gay Christianity” is the word reconcile. Reconcile means to bring into harmony, to settle a conflict, or to make two things consistent that were at one time inconsistent. If the Christian faith and homosexuality are seen as being at odds, then “gay Christianity” is the attempt to find some level of compatibility between them. It assumes that these two ideas are not fundamentally opposed but have points of common agreement. For instance, this is what “gay Christians” are arguing when they say that “gay Christian” is not a contradiction in terms or that God blesses same-sex marriage.

The book Dangerous Affirmation is intended to serve as an introduction, rebuttal, and warning. It was written to help the average person in the pew to understand what is being argued by major “gay Christian” thinkers and to respond to it biblically. Although the Bible is the primary focus, I did not shy away from discussing controversial topics like homophobia, LGBT suicide rates, conversion therapy laws, and the rise of “gay celibate Christianity.” Truth demands proper application to every aspect of our life and society.

There are five central ways in which “gay Christianity” is impacting the Christian church:

  1. The rethinking of theology (chapter 1).
  2. The rethinking of the Bible (chapter 2).
  3. The re- thinking of the church (chapter 3).
  4. The rethinking of identity (chapter 4).
  5. The rise of LGBT activists within the church (chapter 5).

Each chapter includes a careful explanation of some facet of that problem, illustrations of how these things have been seen, and guidance for understanding these issues in light of Scripture. A list of recommended resources that may help further inquiry is included at the end as well as extensive indexes to help find subjects or scriptures referenced in the book.

For those concerned about honoring God with your lives, I hope and pray that Dangerous Affirmation stirs you to think about the threat “gay Christianity” poses to the church and the world. I hope it renews your thinking because it presents the Word of God clearly and applies the truth accurately. That was my goal.


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Middle Schools and Surveys

How middle schools use aggressive surveys to indoctrinate teachers and coerce them to push the LGBT agenda on students

Shrewdly used as a psychological weapon and enforcement tool

Public unaware such surveys are imposed on staff

June 17, 2022

ALT TEXT Screenshot from the online survey given to teachers at Massachusetts middle schools.

This is the first report in our series on insider material forwarded to us by teachers, parents, and local activists from across the country. You will learn what’s going on behind the scenes in your schools.

Many of us have seen the outrageous sex surveys that middle and high school students are given that include questions making deviant behavior appear normal to kids. But few parents are aware that the same technique is being used on the teachers in a powerful and psychologically devious manner.

In order to effectively push its agenda on children, the LGBT movement must force teachers to take many actions that may go against their nature. The first step is getting them to accept unscientific nonsense (especially regarding “gender”). Then, the teachers must be convinced to impose these beliefs on children.

As we described earlier, the teaching profession has been overwhelmed by dysfunctional people and committed radicals. Those teachers don’t need much of a push. But the teachers holding traditional values are the ones who must be intimidated and threatened.

The middle school teacher survey

Last month, a middle school teacher in Saugus, Massachusetts shared with MassResistance a disturbing survey that the teachers at her school were being asked to fill out. It was also given to teachers at another middle school nearby, and likely others.

The survey was written by the Everett LGBTQ+ Youth Space and Resource Center (ELYSRC), a slick “local” LGBT organization which clearly appears to be organized and funded by outside forces. The survey is not the work of amateurs. The questions are professionally crafted to intimidate, indoctrinate, and coerce into action.

The survey was divided into four sections which we’ve reproduced below. Throughout the survey, the required questions are followed by an asterisk.

The survey started by asking an optional question: “Do you identify as a part of the LGBT+ community?” If yes, they’re asked, “How do you identify? (ex. Lesbian, Non-binary, Queer, etc.)”

Section 1 is particularly heavy-handed. It starts the survey with some “enforcement” questions that are reminiscent of Maoist totalitarian regimes.


In this section, you will determine the level to which you are likely to act in accordance with the following statements. (7 questions)

Pick from: Very Unlikely, Somewhat Unlikely, Neither Likely nor Unlikely, Somewhat Likely, Very Likely

  1. How likely are you to incorporate LGBTQ+ inclusive language into your teachings and interactions?*
  2. How likely are you to use gender-neutral pronouns when referring to someone you do not know (or whose gender pronouns you do not know)?*
  3. How likely are you to ask students what their gender pronouns are?*
  4. How likely are you to remember a student’s preferred name(s)?*
  5. How likely are you to correct a student if they use an incorrect name or gender pronoun to refer to someone else?*
  6. How likely are you to correct a colleague if they use an incorrect name or gender pronoun to refer to someone else?*
  7. How likely are you to intervene in situations where anti-LGBTQ+ behaviors and language are present?*


A screenshot from the survey.

Section 2 enforces the teachers’ requirement to accept as truth the range of absurd, unscientific quackery that makes up today’s LGBT ideology. Also, keep in mind that until the homosexual movement terrorized the medical societies into changing their definitions, there was no such thing as “LGBT people” in medical terminology. Rather, they were considered to be heterosexual people with homosexual (or transgender) disorders. Also note that a question near the end appears to be an attempt to expose Christian teachers.


In this section, you will determine the level to which you agree or disagree with the following statements. (36 Questions)

Pick from: Strongly Disagree, Somewhat Disagree, Neither Agree nor Disagree, Somewhat Agree, Strongly Agree

  1. I can confidently differentiate between gender, sex, and sexuality.*
  2. I am informed about the needs and experiences of LGBTQ+ people.*
  3. I can confidently direct LGBTQ+ students to relevant services and resources.*
  4. I am familiar with gender pronouns (including gender-neutral pronouns) and how to properly refer to folks with differing identities.*
  5. I feel comfortable asking students what their gender pronouns are.*
  6. I feel comfortable referring to students using the gender pronouns they claim for themselves.*
  7. I feel comfortable switching back and forth between different gender pronouns to refer to someone that has more than one.*
  8. I am familiar with neopronouns.*
  9. I feel comfortable using neopronouns.*
  10. I am informed about what “dead names” are.*
  11. I feel comfortable asking students about their preferred name(s).*
    (A preferred name is a name that may differ from a name on legal documentation.)
  12. I feel comfortable using students’ preferred names.*
  13. It is difficult for me to remember someone’s gender pronouns or preferred name(s).*
  14. It is necessary to use the preferred name(s) and gender pronouns that a person tells me to use when referring to them.*
  15. People’s names and pronouns can change at any time.*
  16. I know how to correct myself and others if an incorrect name or gender pronoun is used to refer to someone.*
  17. I am informed about LGBTQ+ inclusive language and how to use it.*
  18. I consciously and consistently incorporate LGBTQ+ inclusive language into my teachings and interactions.*
  19. I am informed about what language and behaviors would be considered anti-LGBTQ+.*
  20. I feel that anti-LGBTQ+ interactions frequently occur at my school.*
  21. I feel comfortable with intervening in situations where anti-LGBTQ+ language and behaviors are present.*
  22. It is my responsibility to follow through with reporting and monitoring instances of anti-LGBTQ+ behavior and language that I personally witness or that have been brought to my attention by a student.*
  23. I am informed about the laws that protect LGBTQ+ students in schools and my duties to uphold them.*
  24. I am informed about potential psychological and emotional effects of anti-LGBTQ+ environments on LGBTQ+ youth.*
    (Anti-LGBTQ+ environments can include places where LGBTQ+ people are physically or emotionally harmed due to their identity or invalidated through misgendering or misnaming.)
  25. I am informed about how other identities, like race and culture, affect the experiences of LGBTQ+ youth.*
  26. I feel confident supporting LGBTQ+ youth with multiple marginalized identities.*
    (Marginalized identities are identities that are typically disadvantaged through structures of oppression, like race or gender discrimination. An example of a person with multiple marginalized identities could be someone who is both LGBTQ+ and a woman.)
  27. I can tell what a person’s gender or gender pronouns are based on their appearance.*
  28. Our staff needs training on how to best support LGBTQ+ students.*
  29. I have been given the tools and support (from higher-ups) to make the best decisions regarding the needs of our LGBTQ+ students.*
  30. In this school, LGBTQ+ students do NOT face any safety concerns that are different from their non-LGBTQ+ peers.*
  31. In this school, LGBTQ+ students do NOT get treated any differently than their non-LGBTQ+ peers.*
  32. In this school, LGBTQ+ students are reprimanded more often than non-LGBTQ+ students.*
    (i.e., dress code, truancy, behavior, etc.)
  33. I have heard my co-workers use anti-LGBTQ+ language before.*
  34. One or more of my co-workers are unwilling to change their ways when told they are doing or saying things that are insensitive to the LGBTQ+ community.*
  35. My cultural and/or religious beliefs conflict with my ability to support LGBTQ+ students.*
  36. Anti-LGBTQ+ beliefs only negatively affect LGBTQ+ people.*


A screenshot from the survey.

Section 3 goes further in coercing the ridiculous concept of “preferred gender pronouns” along with “preferred names.” Adopting these twisted language conventions has resulted in horrible and tragic mental health consequences for vulnerable middle school children, and has led to at least one federal lawsuit by parents. The idea that following these procedures actually “protects” children is preposterous. And it distracts teachers from the job they should be focused on: actually teaching. Note the reference in questions 4 and 5 to enforcement by the school administration.


In this section, you will respond to questions with a definitive “yes” or “no.”
(6 Questions)

  1. Do you share gender pronouns with students?*
  2. Do you document students’ gender pronouns?*
  3. Do you document students’ preferred names?*

    If yes, how often do you document students’ preferred names?
    (Options can include “at the beginning of each year,” “when a student specifically requests it,” etc.)
  4. Do you follow a formal and uniform procedure to ensure that students’ gender pronouns and preferred names are documented and used by yourself and potential substitute teachers?*
    (In this instance, “formal and uniform procedure” refers to a system or process that is school-wide, or widely practiced by you and your colleagues and is an expected standard that is enforced by your administration.)
  5. Do you follow a formal and uniform procedure to ensure students’ safety when using their preferred names and gender pronouns?*
    (In this instance, “formal and uniform procedure” refers to a system or process that is school-wide, or widely practiced by you and your colleagues and is an expected standard that is enforced by your administration.)
  6. Have you received bystander intervention training within the past two years?*

    If yes, did the training incorporate tools and procedures for addressing anti-LGBTQ+ bullying and harassment?


 A screenshot from the survey.

Section 4 is distressing because it brings up outside-of-school “LGBTQ related resources” which teachers are encouraged to steer children to, without parents’ knowledge. Note also that an upcoming “professional development workshop” will be on LGBTQ issues.


In this section, questions are open-ended and to be answered in a short answer format. Questions are optional, you are not required to answer. (2 Questions)

  1. What are some of the LGBTQ-related resources you are aware of?
    (This could be virtual or in person, provided by the school or an outside entity, or national or local.)
  2. Do you have any LGBTQ-related concerns or questions you want to be addressed during our professional development workshop?

Final thoughts

This survey or similar ones are without a doubt being given in school districts across America.

Make no mistake: This kind of jack-booted pressure on teachers to twist the minds of our nation’s children – working hand-in-glove with the depraved LGBT movement – reflects the mindset of our educational establishment, including the Principals, guidance counselors, Superintendents, and administrators. That establishment is what MassResistance helps parents confront.

Coming next: There was a companion survey given to the middle school students at the same schools, written by the same LGBT organization – also without parents’ knowledge. Wait till you see that!


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The Pride Movement Has Nothing to Be Proud Of


No one can accuse the promoters of Pride Month of subtlety. When you do a Google search about it, your screen blows up in confetti and rainbow flags. There are pride parades in just about every major city in the country. Major brands honor the LGBTQI+ community with special, rainbow-styled promotions to the extent that it can be difficult to not buy something celebrating PrideLibrariesbaseball teamscelebrities, and public schools all join in on the fun.

But is there really all that much to be proud of?

Health authorities assess that the recent spread of monkeypox can be traced to a May pride event in the Canary Islands that drew 80,000 people, as well as a gay sauna in Madrid. Three cases in Belgium were also linked to a large “fetish festival” in Antwerp, according to event organizers. According to the CDC, “it’s not clear how the people were exposed to monkeypox, but early data suggest that gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men make up a high number of cases.” 

The Associated Press cited a senior adviser to the World Health Organization who “described the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed countries as ‘a random event’ that appears to have been caused by sexual activity at two recent raves in Europe.” Most known cases in Europe have been among men who have sex with men. CNBC noted that “monkeypox appears to be spreading in the [gay and bisexual] community globally.” Even The Atlantic carried an article with the provocative headline: “Gay Men Need a Specific Warning About Monkeypox.”

This isn’t exactly the kind of messaging that aligns with the family-friendlychildren-friendly narrative of Pride promoters. Unlike the early days of the radical, avant-garde movement, which “wanted to smash the bourgeois prisons of monogamy, capitalistic enterprise and patriotic values and bask in the warm sun of bohemian free love,” Pride is now supposed to be associated with bourgeois, family values. As Rod Dreher observes, “This is the dark side of this culture of “freedom” we have created. Monkeypox, anarchy, and the destruction of the human. If you don’t think the legitimization of the sexual exploitation of children isn’t coming next, you are living a fairy tale.” 

Speaking of which, that is exactly what the attempts to normalize the trans movement are doing. The now ubiquitous Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) gives trans persons the opportunity to perform borderline pornographic acts in front of young children. DQSH’s own website explicitly says its goal is to “capture the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.” As I noted in an article at The Federalist, these events often involve encouraging young children to “play” with drag queens and their bodies.

Incidents across the country are confirming the connection between DQSH and sexual grooming. The examples we know about include the former president of an organization that served as a sponsor for the Milwaukee Drag Queen Story Hour who was charged with possessing child pornography depicting the sexual abuse of underage boys and the Houston Public Library admitting a registered child sex offender to read to kids in a DQSH event. But it’s not just DQSHPride parade participantsliberal corporate medialiberal academics, and even schools have all been seeking to normalize pedophilia.

Add to that the aggressive media and school campaigns to encourage children to explore alternative gender identities, while hiding these programs from parents. The percentage of young Americans who identify as transgender is twenty times higher than that of the baby boomer generation. The number of school-aged children who say they are experiencing gender dysphoria has dramatically increased just in the last decade. As Abigail Shrier documents in her must-read book Irreversible Damage, an entire generation of young American females are being misled by educators and other school officials into pursuing hormone treatment and/or sexual reassignment surgery that have devastating lifelong consequences.

Yet our establishment elites are actively trying to silence voices like Shrier. Her book was removed by booksellers for its “dangerous” content. Ethics and Public Policy Center president Ryan T. Anderson’s book When Harry Became Sally was delisted from Amazon, which won’t sell books framing any LGBTQ+ identities as mental illnesses. Many liberals have attempted to cancel and silence author J.K. Rowling because of her comments regarding transgenderism.

Leftist-dominated academia has also evinced an intolerance toward any concern or criticism regarding LGBTQI+ ideology. An LGBTQI+ student group at the University of London a few years ago suggested sending “bigots” to the gulags. Brown University distanced itself from a then-assistant-professor at their School of Public Health whose research discussed the role of social factors in the rise of gender dysphoria, following widespread backlash. When research by University of Texas sociologist Mark Regnerus showed that children of gay parents fared worse than children raised by married, opposite-sex parents, UT Austin initiated “an inquiry to determine whether a formal investigation is needed.” (The university found no plausible grounds for an investigation and closed the inquiry.) 

In effect, the LGBTQI+ community and its supporters across all elite institutions—the media, academia, the entertainment industry, woke capitalists, federal agencies—have created an intellectual climate that is fundamentally hostile to free speech and inquiry. Research and literature, no matter how carefully nuanced, that questions these sexual dogmas is immediately and mercilessly impugned for undermining the “progress” of the sexual revolution. For a movement purporting to support diversity and inclusion, the record suggests otherwise.

And it’s not just free speech that is under threat. As Ryan Anderson explained last year, the Equality Act, if passed, would enable the federal government to use the Civil Rights Act as a sword against “any establishment that provides a good, service, or program,” including religious institutions and medical professionals, that refuses to cooperate with the latest dictates of sexual orientation and gender identity. And let’s not forget that in 2019 Democrat Beto O’Rourke, now running for governor in Texas, threatened to remove the tax-exempt status from any religious institution opposed to gay marriage.

Self-destructive hedonism, sexual grooming of children, and an intolerance that seeks to coerce opponents into subjection. These are the kinds of things that define the LGBTQI+ movement. It leads one to wonder: what’s there to be proud of?

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Nevada MassResistance activist gets local middle school’s LGBT “resource” web page taken down

Had been put up by radical school staffers – in conservative district

Officials had attempted to silence MR activist with contrived “no trespass” order

May 28, 2022


The middle school website had featured a toxic LGBT “resource” page for children.

This is another example where one activist can make a big difference!

Churchill County in north central Nevada is one of the most conservative districts in a state that’s been drifting leftward. Thus, it has been a target of the LGBT movement, with a recent infiltration of LGBT content and programs into the school system.

Parents became very concerned. But Geoff Knell, a local MassResistance activist, decided to take action. He began by speaking up at various public meetings.

In March 2022 he met with the school district Superintendent and her assistant. He brought our book The Health Hazards of Homosexuality. He urged them to address this problem by recommending strong policies to the School Board, and by making information about the LGBT movement and its effect on children widely available.

LGBT “resource page” for middle schoolers

Little did Geoff know that the schools were moving in the opposite direction, targeting middle schoolers, promoting harmful LGBT information and contacts.

The following month, April 2022, Geoff discovered that there was a prominent page on the middle school website. It was ghastly LGBT propaganda, containing links for the middle school children on:

  • LGBT terminology
  • Social Justice concepts & activism
  • Ways to be an LGBT Ally
  • Religious resources
  • LGBT families
  • Mental health resources (including suicide prevention)
  • Children’s books
  • … and more.

It stated at the bottom of the page, “This is an exclusively online project created by a queer educator, for queer students and their allies.”


Screen grab of the web page before it was taken down.

Most of these links went to a horrible LGBT website called “The Trevor Project.” Purportedly a suicide prevention project, it is a toxic site that persuades kids that if they don’t fulfill their true “gay” or “transgender” identity, they may resort to suicide.

Outraged by this, Geoff registered a complaint with the police department. He protested in front of the school district administrative offices. He also protested on the sidewalk outside of the school.

An absurd “no-trespass order”

Geoff’s protesting definitely angered the school officials. On April 28 the Superintendent issued a formal “no-trespass order” banning him from all school property for one year.

However, Geoff had not been on any school property, just the public sidewalk outside. The order claimed that he had used a megaphone to disrupt an outdoor ceremony with “statements about LGBTQ and how Churchill County School District is hurting kids.” Geoff strongly denies using a megaphone while any outdoor ceremony was taking place.

The school district’s larger purpose is clearly to keep Geoff from attending any School Committee meetings to complain – which the text of the order acknowledges will be one of the effects.

Luckily, Geoff’s attorney has notified the School Department that their no-trespass order does not keep him from protesting on the sidewalk, and is likely illegal. They will be pursuing this.

ALT TEXT Churchill County Middle School – view from the street.

Geoff gets the web page taken down!

On May 2, 2022, a few days after the no-trespass order, Geoff made a presentation to the City Council. He passed out copies of the web page and described in detail what their middle school was making available to children. That apparently ignited the issue!

A week later, the local newspaper reported that the web page had been permanently taken down. A clear victory!


But the newspaper article didn’t give any details about its removal. So MassResistance filed a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) with the school for all emails regarding that – and the school quickly complied.

We found out that a radical staffer had gathered the information and one of the middle school counselors had posted it. A few days after the City Council meeting making it a public issue, the press also emailed the school about it. At that point, the Superintendent directed that the page be taken down. She gave the interesting excuse that all such material needed to be properly vetted before being posted.

MassResistance National Organization Director Arthur Schaper also spoke on the phone with the Superintendent, and she gave him the same story. According to people at the school we’ve spoken to, there are no plans at all to bring it back.

Final thoughts

There are three great take-aways from this:

  1. It shows what just one activist can do if he’s unafraid and determined.
  2. Some really toxic and destructive information – from a horrible national LGBT propaganda source – is now off the middle school website.
  3. The school officials have gotten the message that they are being watched, and the public won’t stand idly by when they try to pass such information on to children.

Citizens everywhere would do well to follow Geoff’s example!

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Gay Missouri lawmaker screams at GOP rep over women’s sports bill: ‘I’m not afraid of you anymore’

In a dramatic speech that targeted his opposition’s family, a gay Democratic representative in Missouri slammed a GOP colleague over the state’s “Save Women’s Sports” bill which seeks to prevent trans-female athletes from competing in women’s sports.

The debate, which took place Thursday night in the state House Chamber, quickly got personal as Ian Mackey, 35, honed in on the gay brother of Chuck Basye, 63, who was reportedly afraid to come out to his sibling for fear it would be “held against him.”

“So, I recall a story you told about your brother,” Mackey told Basye. “And I remember you said that your mother called you, I believe, to tell you that your brother had some news that he was afraid to tell you. And your brother wanted to tell you that he was gay, didn’t he?”

“He was expressing that to the family, and he thought that we would hold that against him and not let our children be around him,” Basye replied.

When asked why his brother might have thought that, Basye stated, “I don’t know. It never would have happened, I’ll tell you that. My kids at that point in their lives adored my brother.”

This is how it’s done, Dems. Point them out and shut them down. Bravo @IanMack03007724 pic.twitter.com/pqJ6VtXWBa

— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) April 15, 2022

“Can I tell you that if I were your brother, I would have been afraid to tell you, too,” Mackey shot back. “I would have been afraid to tell you too, because of stuff like this. Because this is what you’re focused on. This is what legislation you want to put forward. This is what consumes your time. I would have been afraid to tell you, too.”

“I was afraid of people like you growing up, and I grew up in Hickory County, Missouri,” Mackey said. “I grew up in a school district that would vote tomorrow to put this in place. And for 18 years, I walked around with nice people like you, who took me to ballgames, who told me how smart I was, and then went to the ballot and voted for crap like this. And I couldn’t wait to get out. I couldn’t wait to move to a part of our state that would reject this stuff in a minute. I couldn’t wait, and thank God I made it. Thank God I made it out, and I think every day of the kids who are still there, who haven’t made it out, who haven’t escaped from this kind of bigotry.”

“Gentlemen, I’m not afraid of you anymore,” Mackey continued. “Because you’re gonna lose. You may win this today, but you’re going to lose.”

The impassioned speech, which failed to address the actual bill, was immediately applauded by Dems on social media, but Basye appeared to be unfazed.

In a subsequent post on Facebook, Basye dismissed the charge as nothing more than a campaign stunt.

“Representative Ian Mackey is a loudmouth crybaby,” Bayse stated. “He was campaigning on the floor of the Missouri House of  Representatives. He is worried about his re-election and his rhetoric during the debate has absolutely nothing to do with the amendment I offered to House Bill 2140.”

“During the 3 hour debate the radical democrats attacked my character and made many slanderous accusations!” the representative continued. “I was called a Nazi, misogynist, a supporter of sexual assault and abuse, and I was aligned with North Korea, Russia and Iran!”

“It didn’t phase me at all,” Basye said. “I went home afterwards, enjoyed a delicious glass of Maker’s 46 Bourbon then laid down and slept like a baby!!”

When the post hit Twitter, Mackey responded with a gif of “The Most Interesting Man in the World” brushing the accusation off, and a comment: “I look forward to seeing Chair Bayse (sic) at Tuesday’s 9am House Education Committee hearing.”

I look forward to seeing Chair Bayse at Tuesday’s 9am House Education Committee hearing. pic.twitter.com/3p4uErOZtN

— Ian Mackey (@IanMack03007724) April 15, 2022

Meanwhile, as if she wanted to prove Basye’s point, one former Missouri candidate used the theatrical moment to call for donations to Mackey’s campaign.

Hey y’all, this is State Rep. Ian Mackey fighting against an amendment proposed by State Rep. Chuck Basye that would allow school districts to discriminate against trans students.

If you have an extra $5 please send it Rep. Mackey’s way!https://t.co/UFnc21N61s

— Lindsey Simmons (@LynzforCongress) April 15, 2022

Gay Missouri lawmaker screams at GOP rep over women’s sports bill: ‘I’m not afraid of you anymore’

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