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05/21/2013

'Heather Has [A New Book Shunning Her] Two Mommies'

by Jeremy Hooper

After a school day where the teacher tells him that "God made men to be fathers and women to be mothers"…

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…and a zoo trip where add teaches him that all all animal families "consist of a male, a female, and their offspring," a young boy named Michael decides to pray for his friend with two dads:

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That is the gist of Amber Dee Parker's new anti-gay children's book:

Because the drive to reject people who are so clearly a natural part of our world isn't going to be indoctrinate itself. They've got to be carefully taught.

Oh, and did you notice the cover? It says "Endorsed by the president of the American Family Association." That would of course be Tim Wildmon, a man who says gay couples make him want to throw up and that homosexuality is something to "be ashamed of." Lest you thought this book was anything other than aggressive indoctrination. It's not.

Although personally, I'm going to wait for the inevitable sequel: Michael Learns to Make A Protest Sign Smearing the Activist Judges Who Overturned Prop 8 & DOMA.

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**MORE: Listen to the author talk to Concerned Women For America, where she attempts (@ around 3:30) to connect NAMBLA to gay activism in order to support Boy Scout discrimination.

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*Speaking of books: If you want to support this site, its mission, its tone, and its daily investigations, the absolute best way is to purchase or download Jeremy's book. You can do that here.

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