There is a current thread on the boards about Homosexuality VS. Heterosexuality. WWW Link">Link
This article contains the following inaccurate information;AB1056 Provides that a student NOT VOCALLY ACKNOWLEDGING a persons sexuality is to be considered intolerant of a persons sexuality, and it will be dealt with like any other infraction of school rules.
Here is a link to the text of the bill; [link="http://www.aroundthecapitol.com/billtrack/text.html?file=ab_1056_bill_20060911_enrolled.html"]WWW Link">Link
If you read the bill text, you will plainly see that there is nothing in there that refers to "vocally acknowledging" a person's sexuality. As a result of that part being missing, it's obvious that the part about this being dealt with like other infractions is also not there.
More misinformation;SB1437 which demands that history and social studies be re-written to include contributions of homosexual, bisexual and trans-gender people. This will cost the state many millions of dollars to change the books involved, although I fail to see what a persons sexual preferences have to do with contributions made to anything.
There is nothing in the bill that requires books to be re-written It merely states that when adopting materials for use those materials must not be discriminatory towards race, sex, color, creed, handicap, national origin, or ancestry.
Are there textbooks in use now that include information that reflects poorly on people of alternative sexual lifestyles? If so, should those really be the textbooks we're using anyways?
Here is a link to SB 1437; [link="http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/bill/sen/sb_1401-1450/sb_1437_bill_20060501_amended_sen.html"]WWW Link
I would have responded directly to the author of the post, but I am blacklisted because he doesn't like being confronted with facts that contradict his alleged facts.
If you don't like homosexuals that's your chice, it's obviously not for everyone, but don't try to get people riled up against gay people by scaring them into thinking things that aren't true.