But I was horrified to find out that I was actually on MassResistance/Article 8's website. The picture of those books had me fooled for a second. Of course I had to read the little blurb that went along with it:
After I picked myself off floor from laughing so hard I looked at the books again, here's the list:
Queering Elementary Education...
A mother was in a school guidance councilor's office in Acton (Now who could that be?) and snapped this photo. A major propaganda manual with the most insidious techniques for "queering" children. This is what the Parkers are battling against.
- Webster's New Pocket Dictionary
- Educating and Nurturing the Bipolar by Janice Papolon
- Schoolgirls by Peggy Orenstein
- Queering Elementary Education
- Odd Girl Out
- Odd Girl Speaks Out
- Queen Bees & Wannabe's
- Reviving Ophelia
Of course, I have never heard of ANY of these books (so much for me being the HUGE homosexual activist) however it did get to me asking a number of questions:
- Would a guidance councilor have allowed a parent to just pull out their camera and photograph their desk?
- Is this picture actually even real?
- Do I need a new dictionary?
Be that as it may, this picture looks like a setup. I'm guessing that a person, not a guidance counselor, owns these books and has them because of an issue they think they have with their child. And, if the picture is real, well, I'm glad that the public school administration is using relevant texts to handle some situations and they're not relying verbatim on the Bible.
One more note, if the picture is real, what kind of parent would bring a camera to school for any other reason other than a school play?