MassResistance, a pro-family organization that supports combating the radical LGBT agenda in schools, says it has been banned from the exhibit hall at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to be held next week.
MassResistance table BANNED from CPAC – after having been accepted. Because of our 2015 comments about the "culture war". But LGBT group "Log Cabin Republicans" is allowed! SEE MORE ON THIS: https://t.co/OJEv7DgTL0
— massresistance.org (@MassResistance) February 13, 2018
According to MassResistance, which is based in Massachusetts but is active nationwide and internationally, its application to exhibit at CPAC was originally accepted on January 29 after the vetting process.
“But last week CPAC Executive Director Dan Schneider notified MassResistance that the decision has been reversed because of our Biblical approach to fighting the “culture war” (particularly the transgender agenda in public schools) as described in a 2015 speech by MassResistance president Brian Camenker,” the group states on its website.
Camenker’s address can be viewed here.
At the same time, MassResistance notes that CPAC has accepted the LGBT group known as the Log Cabin Republicans as exhibitors.
MassResistance made headlines in March 2000 when the group recorded the now infamous “Fistgate” sex education conference, held at Tufts University, during which hundreds of teens and adults were sent, courtesy of taxpayer dollars, from high schools across the Bay State to learn about homosexual sexual activities.
“Children as young as 12 were instructed by adults (state employees!) how to perform a range of dangerous and perverted homosexual sex acts,” said MassResistance.
The keynote speaker at “Fistgate” was Kevin Jennings, founder of GLSEN, who later went on to become the Obama administration’s “Safe Schools Czar.”
GLSEN is the group behind “Gay Straight Alliance” clubs common now in schools. GLSEN’s website provides K-12 “educator resources” that include an “LGBT-inclusive curriculum” and lesson plans on topics such as how to celebrate “LGBT History Month” in classrooms and “ThinkB4YouSpeak,” a guide to LGBT politically correct language.
A history and English Language Arts lesson – reportedly aligned with the Common Core standards – is offered at GLSEN’s website on the story of Matthew Shepard, a gay young man who was murdered years ago and who is an icon for militant LGBT groups. The story of Shepard’s murder, however, was debunked five years ago by investigative journalist Stephen Jimenez, who discovered that Shepard was not murdered by a stranger because he was gay, but rather by a fellow drug dealer with whom he often had sex.