Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Calif. Law Requires Textbooks to Describe GBLT Contributions

Please someone help me out here.  On the one-hand they want us to think of GBLTs are perfectly okay and part of the general populace.  On the other they want special treatment in our educational institutions, history, and textbooks.  Say again.

I think we should have listed in all textbooks, the contributions of tall people, short people, obese people, blind people, physically handicapped people, and so on.  I thought people were people when it comes to accomplishments and contributions.  Otherwise, we're going to have competitions.  The straight scientists contributed the following cures to the diseases suffered by Californians and the GBLT scientists contributed these.  Come on folks.  How blind and stupid can we be?   This is ridiculous -- but then again people with an agenda usually are.

I hope Governor Brown will veto this stupidity.  And the rest of you say what?

Legislation: Assembly approves bill to require textbooks and history lessons to include contributions of gays - latimes.com



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