Students' sexual orientation and gender identity confusion - 
American College of Pediatricians Speak Up

Letter To Schools Excerpt: The American College of Pediatricians shares with you, your staff, parents, and other professional organizations the common goal of providing a healthful environment for your students. We are increasingly concerned, however, that in many cases efforts to help students who exhibit same-sex attractions and/or gender confusion are based on incomplete or inaccurate information.

The letter also says: Adolescence is a time of upheaval and impermanence. Adolescents experience confusion about many things, including sexual orientation and gender identity, and they are particularly vulnerable to environmental influences. Rigorous studies demonstrate that most adolescents who initially experience same-sex attraction, or are sexually confused, no longer experience such attractions by age 25: Click Here

djms: There has never been any doubt in my mind that the homosexual advocates have known exactly what they are doing, going into the schools and getting at the children when they are most vulnerable to odd thoughts in their heads.

Debra J.M. Smith - 04-07-10



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