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Days Before Election, Maine Middle Schoolers Subjected to Graphic Homosexual Discussion

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 3, 2012
Contact: Elizabeth Ray or Jen Campbell (703-683-5004)

Days Before Election, Maine Middle Schoolers Subjected to Graphic Homosexual Discussion: This is what is at stake in fight to protect traditional marriage

"This most recent example, days before citizens in four states vote to protect marriage or to redefine it, should sound the alarm bells for pro-marriage citizens and for parents who care about what their children are taught in school." —Brian Brown, NOM president—

National Organization for Marriage

Washington, D.C.—Reacting to news that young children at Gorham Middle School in Maine were exposed by an instructor to graphic descriptions of homosexual sex last week, Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) said, "We've seen in state after state and to our north in Canada that once same-sex marriage is legalized, children are at risk of being taught in school about it and related topics, often without advance parental notification and even against the stated opposition of parents."

Brown continued, "This most recent example, days before citizens in four states vote to protect marriage or to redefine it, should sound the alarm bells for pro-marriage citizens and for parents who care about what their children are taught in school."

Four states are voting on marriage this Tuesday: Washington State, Maryland, Minnesota, and Maine (where this most recent episode occurred).

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