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Gay and Godless on the Public-School Stage

MIke3094 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:40 AM
Was the play as described distasteful? Yes, in every sense of the word. To put it simply it's pornography. Would I as a parent want my children's school to put on such a play? No , I would be up their so fast the administrators would call me Flash. But it's a private school and the idiots who are sending their children there probably think it's cool to have a play like this performed. You can't fix stupid.
McGovern Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:42 AM
It's not a private school.

It's a publicly-funded charter school.
ClassicalTeacher Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:00 AM
To my knowledge, all charter schools belong to the public school system.
MIke3094 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:35 AM
Charter schools are publicly funded private schools with their own Board of Directors. That is why they can be union free and hand pick their students. The local politicians can unfund a charter school, which should happen to this school.
Liberals who demand church-state separation would pitch a fit if a public school decided to perform a play that reverently told stories of the Old Testament, whether it was the story of creation, the story of Noah, or Moses or Joseph and his brothers.

But somehow, if a public school decides to put on a play mocking God and the Old Testament, that is not a church-state violation. The separation police don't want religious (or atheist) minorities to face religious indoctrination in a public school. But anti-religious indoctrination mocking the Judeo-Christian majority is a glorious festival of free speech.

Take, for example,...