Oh, California. I think you are going downhill so rapidly you can’t even recognize it.
This isn’t really new news, but California will begin to include homosexual curriculum in their public schools starting in January. Gays, lesbians, transgenders, and bisexuals are not considered minorities, along with people with disabilities and Hispanics.
It’s probably no surprise to y’all to hear that I think California is stupid for passing this law. It’s stupid that their government thinks it has a right to teach little children about homosexuality. It’s actually quite disgusting.
But I’m not going to focus on this aspect of the law so much.
Nope. What I’m going to focus on is how everyone seems to be a member of a minority now.
For instance, I’m a minority merely because I’m a woman. My little sister is a minority because she has Down Syndrome.
My gay neighbors down the street are minority members.
Other GLBT members are minorities because they like people of the same-sex.
Transgendered people are minorities because they think they should be a member of the other sex (even though their body is telling them “No Way.”)
Someone made a good point in the comment section of the article. “Latinos make up about 37.6% of the Californian population and in comparison Catholics comprise about 28.8%…”
Are Catholics considered a minority? Maybe we should be…
This whole “minority mentality” causes issues in our society. Everyone thinks they are entitled to something.
Homosexuals think they are entitled to forcing being gay upon us who believe it is morally wrong.
Women think they are entitled to killing innocent babies because “the fetus is not a person” and its “part of my body.”
Illegal immigrants (mostly the Hispanic ones) think they are entitled to free healthcare and free education and government aid.
As far as I’m concerned, people with disabilities are the only minority people actually worthy of aid and special recognition from the government. The government’s job is to protect its people. I know I might be a bit biased on that issue just because it hits so close to home.
So, what do y’all think? Do you think California is in the right or the wrong with this new law?