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Sagacious Himself returns
Monday, January 31, 2005
 
Thanks to the WayBackMachine we're able to bring you small archived excerpts from various pages of the We Are Family Foundation (WAFF)
website.

PAY special attention to the screencap from number 6!! WAFF wants to (have children) put a POSTER SIZED version of the fag tolerance pledge in their respective school!! WTF? Schools cannot encourage an abstinence pledge, but it can encourage the fucking queer agenda? hello mcfly??

Then ask yourself it lines up with the TV interviews of WAFF claiming the contrary....



  1. WAFF - Writing for Change (Worksheet -- part of item 3, below, asking questions to prompt writing on sexual orientation of fellow students and the feelings the knowledge of their orientation generates)


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  3. WAFF
    - Tolerance Pledge
    (Tolerance Pledge that includes "...I
    pledge to have respect for people whose ... sexual identity [among other
    items listed]... [is] different from my own."


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  5. WAFF
    - Using This Guide
    ("Using This Guide" part of
    "Writing for Tolerance", includes the hope that this guide will
    "...reach people in a broad range of ages, classes, sexual
    orientations, [list continues] ...)


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    {{easy to find?? We had to use the WayBackMachine to find it. I guess the object isn't that important after all}}

  7. WAFF
    - List of Resources
    (list of resources including: American
    Psychological Association. "Answers to Your Questions About Sexual
    Orientation and Homosexuality." Washington, D.C.: American
    Psychological Association, 1998. By the Way, this is the FIRST resource
    listed!!; Also listed: Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and
    Gays. "Faith in Our Families: Parents, Families and Friends Talk
    About Religion and Homosexuality." Washington, DC: Parents, Families,
    and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, 1999; “Lesbian Baiting and Gay Baiting:
    How Homophobia is a Tool of Sexism.” 1991. (Of course, NO listings by PFOX
    or any other pro-gay-change/ex-gay resource)


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  9. WAFF - 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice: In Your Community (101 Ways to
    Combat Prejudice #93: Meet with school and community librarians and local
    bookstores to discuss ways to highlight literature that is representative
    of all cultures and sexual orientations.


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    {{how about quit hating those with the christian values upon which our country IS BUILT? no, too easy? OK, continue hacking away at society and bring on another Rome}}



  11. WAFF - 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice: In Your School (101 Ways to Combat
    Prejudice #14: Initiate classroom discussions of terms such as
    anti-Semitism, racism, sexism, homophobia and bias. Then compose a list of
    definitions and post it in a prominent place. #40: Organize a
    No-Ethnic/Homophobic Humor Open-Mike Nite featuring stand-up comedy by
    students.



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    {{wait, WAFF who has no intention of pushing the tolerance pledge in schools is encouraging what? Let's blow that up a bit}}

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  13. WAFF - Developing A Common Language "Developing A Common
    Language" is this: Heterosexism -- Heterosexism is prejudice and/or
    discrimination against people who are or who are perceived to be lesbian,
    gay or bisexual. Homophobia is the irrational fear of people who are
    believed to be lesbian, gay, or bisexual.


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    {{NEWSFLASH you fucktards: "anti-bias" is itself a bias. Uh oh.}}




  15. WAFF - "Miss America 2004 -- Tolerance Out, Understanding In"
    ("Miss America 2004 -- Tolerance Out, Understanding In" By
    Lauren Parker {Interviewing the Current Miss America, who is
    African-American}: "Dunlap also explains that 'acceptance' needs to
    spread far beyond black-white race issues, and far beyond race in general.
    'America isn't just black and white, so I don't approach my platform from
    just a racial standpoint,' she says. 'It's about uplifting
    everyone--people of all varied religious beliefs, sexual orientations,
    class differences, cultural diversities, and the like.' "




  16. WAFF - Guide Activities (PDF) ("We Are Family" Guide
    Activities geared to grades Pre-K through Grade 12, including: {from high
    school activity -- "Pyramid of Hate"} "...Ask the students
    if they can think of examples of genocide that occured due to race,
    national origin, religion, sexual orientation, etc...."; {also from
    "Pyramid of Hate"} Student Handout including these questions:
    Have you Ever... Overheard a joke that made fun of a person of a different
    ethnic background, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation? Have You
    Ever... Been the target of name calling because of your ethnic group,
    race, religion, gender or sexual orientation? Have You Ever... Engaged in
    stereotyping (lumping together all people of a particular race, religion,
    or sexual orientation?)




find the other PDFs here:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1327284/posts?page=306#306


Let's put an end to all bias and kill ourselves so the planet can be uncorrupted by humans and all the precious animals and plants can continue their existsence in the service of no purpose whatsoever. then end.


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