What will the queers moan about and censor next?
Believe it or not, a 17-year-old schoolgirl, Liz Bierendy, was called in by her head teacher and told that she had done something unacceptable and against their “diversity policy” by painting a picture of normal, natural love.
Liz’s mural painting at Pilgrim High School in Warwick, Rhode Island, was reportedly deemed inappropriate and banned due to its depiction of a man, woman and child holding hands. The couple, clearlya mother and father, are seen standing with what appears to be their child.
Was there something else more sinister presented in the painting, you ask — were they naked or doing something odd? No far from it. The school painted over this portion of the mural out of fear that it would “offend people who live alternative lifestyles.” Yes, you’ve guessed it – the queers. The same people who impose their own unnatural, abnormal lifestyle on everybody else with “gay pride” marches and endless appearances on TV. The ones who parade in leather, bare buttocks, jock-straps, studs, body-paint, with S/M gear and on animal leashes – they wanted it BANNED and destroyed.
Liz explained that in her painting of the life of a man, it signified marriage.
Warwick Public Schools’ superintendent Peter Horoschak in a press release, he explained that “some of the members of the Pilgrim High School community suggested that the depiction of a young man’s development from boyhood through adulthood as displayed “may not represent the life experiences of many of the students”. No of course they were conceived by two parents of the same sex I suppose?
Following the uproar over the image, we are glad to say that common sense prevailed and Miss Bierendy was allowed to restore the painted-out figures to her mural. But if fewer people had been prepared to speak out and brave the torrents of gay-hate, the school would have given in to bullying.
YGB says: Who is bullied by queers in your community right now? Speak up and speak out. Don’t let them get away with it.