Linking Martha Coakley to Kevin Jennings: A Desperate Stab to Dismantle Her U.S. Senate Campaign


We knew MassResistance, the anti-gay group founded by Brian Camenker, who believes same-sex marriage is to blame for worsening air quality, had a problem with GLSEN founder and safe schools czar Kevin Jennings. But Camenker is stopping his rampage there. He’s now taking on Martha Coakley, the Massachusetts attorney general and U.S. Senate hopeful, because she’s in cahoots with Jennings over distributing sex toys to children! Oooh, this is good. Blogs Camenker:

Kevin Jennings and his organization GLSEN sponsored the obscene Fistgate Conference in 2000 at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. There, they not only talked with children about fisting, anal beads, sadomasochism, and assorted perversions – they also invited groups to hand out their graphic and even frightening materials to young teens (who, of course, needed to know how a “phallic woman” puts on a condom, and other “safer sex” techniques for post-op transsexuals).

Why were Jennings and his cohorts not prosecuted for crimes against chastity, morality, decency and good order” (MGL Ch. 272 — which also still includes sodomy as “the abominable and detestable crime against nature”)? Simply put, because those very concepts are now dead in Massachusetts. How about the rest of the country?

Jennings and GLSEN knew there was a loophole in the Massachusetts law that would protect them on the charge of disseminating materials harmful to minors. (See below.) But what about “enticing away a person for prostitution or sexual intercourse” and “inducing a person under 18 to have sexual intercourse”? (MGL Ch. 272, Sections 2 & 4.) No loopholes in those sections that we can see. Still, they got away with it. Law enforcement authorities seem to be on the side of the perverts here.

Then-District Attorney Martha Coakley (now Democrat candidate for Ted Kenney’s U.S. Senate seat!) didn’t even bother to respond to Parents’ Rights Coalition’s (now MassResistance) request for a criminal investigation after the 2000 GLSEN event. (Ann Coulter recently wrote of another Coakley outrage, which should disqualify her as a Senator.)

No, Brian, you’ve got it wrong: Ann Coulter writing about Coakley further qualifies her as a senator.

Whatever. Carmenker’s real outrage is over Coakley’s federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of DOMA, which is pretty what MassResistance was founded to stop. Have fun with that now.