How to Become Gay

An East Texas school was forced to call off their "Sadie Hawkins" day after a Christian group complained that the "cross-dressing" event encouraged kids to become homosexuals.

Delana Davies, who has two children in the Spurger school, complained this year that the tradition could promote homosexuality and got the Liberty Legal Institute, a right-wing Christian legal group, to take up the cause.

“It might be fun today to dress up like a little girl — kids think it’s cute and things like that. And you start playing around with it and, like drugs, you do a little here and there [and] eventually it gets you,” Davies told reporters.

"It is outrageous that a school in a small town in east Texas would encourage their 4-year-olds to be cross-dressers,” institute litigation director Hiram Sasser said.

Next, Ms. Davies group is going to try to ban Halloween, because it clearly promotes serial killing, Devil-worship, and necrophilia. I don’t know what’s scarier — the ignorance of Ms. Davies and her supporters or the cowardace of the school board officials.

4 thoughts on “How to Become Gay”

  1. It’s amazing and truly pathetic what narrow-minded bigots will do to see their soapbox propaganda through to the end.
    It would have done Delana Davies a world of good to have looked up the Sadie Hawkins tradition. It has nothing to do with little boys dressing up like little girls–unless they do things very differently in that little Texas town than they do in the rest of the United States.
    The Sadie Hawkins tradition came as a respite from the societal norms of boys being the aggressive suitors and the girls being the subject of the chase. It began as a day that would allow girls to shamelessly ask boys they liked to a dance without repercussions.
    Harmless enough.
    As a gay man, I wouldn’t have dressed up as a girl on Sadie Hawkins day. But while in school, I would have hoped that the pretty girl I once had a crush on would have asked ME to the dance.
    Again, harmless enough.
    Get a reality check, Ms. Davies, and grow up. We all have to reach that point sometime, and with two young children of your own, it’s about time you did, too. They need a mother, not an older sibling to coerce them into lying about age-old traditions and beliefs.

  2. Homosexuality may not lead to necrophilia and the things mentioned. However, its still unbiblical with many health implications.
    But not only that, there is help for the gay community. Do a google search on Stephen Bennet. He along with thousands of others have come out of the lifestyle with an amazing story and can help others.
    (I heard him talk once and got to meet him.)

  3. “However, its still unbiblical with many health implications…….But not only that, there is help for the gay community.”
    I can hardly believe people like you really exist. You aren’t for real, are you…?


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