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ADF: The Decepticons to ACLU's Autobots

by Jeremy Hooper

The Alliance Defense Fund of Arizona has filed a motion for preliminary injunction against the Board of Education in Boyd County, Kentucky, because they claim that the school system's mandatory diversity training classes are unfair to the less tolerant students.

The ADF says that forcing students to learn about acceptance and tolerance is unconstitutional, and infringes upon the rights of anti-gay students. Afterall, if hate isn't fostered in school, where will it be learned? Parents can't do all the work.

In relation to the new lawsuit, we at G-A-Y are hearing rumors that the ADF folk are considering a new slogan to match their true goals:

The Alliance Defense Fund: Protecting a teenager's right to beat the sh*t out of the sissy kid.

Catchy. It's about time one of these not-so-sweet organizations stated their true objective.

ADF attorneys seek injunction to ensure free speech in Boyd County schools [ADF Press Release]

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