How Come Maryland’s Parents Weren’t Consulted Over Letting School Kids Visit Dangerous Gay Sites?

Yes, why didn’t the school board consult parents when they decided to remove Internet access blocks to sites like HRC.org and GLSEN.org? Oh, I don’t know, because even if parents didn’t like it, state law (and reasonable thinking) mandates it? Del. Rick Impallaria, the state lawmaker representing Harford County, and who is responsible for passing such laws, should know better.

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  • Michael

    WTF? Anti-gay sites were allowed access and what “predators” are on HRC? Do there parents understand they can NOT vote on allowing access since it’s against the law to block these sites? America is so friggin backwards!

  • dfrw

    Gee, there isn’t any conservative bias in the news is there? I cringe every time I hear the “gay lifestyle.” I think we should hear more about the straight lifestyle.

    Why couldn’t the media say that the school unblocked web sites that provide information to the gay and lesbian community.

    Of course, getting someone on there equating homosexuality with predators isn’t biased either.

    We still have a very long way to go.

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