There’s a scourge plaguing our nation, readers. It’s worse than homophobic attacks, it’s more devastating than AIDS, it’s far more frightening than Flotilla DeBarge waving a stilleto. It’s free speech.
Yes, we know it’s scary, but it’s a reality and it won’t go away. Luckily for American principles everywhere, Woodlan High School’s Principal Edwin Yoder has made it his duty to curb free speech at his Fort Wayne, Indiana stomping ground, ensuring that students will never, ever have to read filth such as this:
I can only imagine how hard it would be to come out as homosexual in today’s society. I think it is so wrong to look down on those people, or to make fun of them, just because they have a different sexuality than you. There is nothing wrong with them or their brain; they’re just different than you.
Oh, it burns! It burns!
Joking aside, that little excerpt came from Woodlan’s school newspaper, a paper which Principal Yoder says will now be subject to his inspection, lest journalism teacher Amy Sorrell and her pupils get the urge to spread the good gay word. Indy Star reports:
Last week, Yoder issued Sorrell a written warning for insubordination and failing to carry out her responsibilities as a teacher. He accused her of exposing students to inappropriate material and warned that she could be fired if she did not comply with his order.
Good to know our schools are being cleansed of such wretched ideals as free speech and acceptance.