Teachers' union chief: Let's ignore 'science' of homosexuality'I'm not really interested in engaging in that debate right now' By Bob Unruh Â© 2011 WND
The chief of the California teachers' union, which convinced lawmakers to adopt another law promoting homosexuality in the state's public schools this year, says he's not interested in discussing the "science" of the controversial issue.
"You can talk about science this or science that. Personally, what I believe is that a gay, lesbian or transgender or bisexual, these folks are who they are. Very much like I'm 57 and I have blue eyes. And I'm not really interested in engaging in that debate right now," said Dean Vogel of the California Teachers' Association in a recent radio interview.
The law, signed just days ago by Gov. Jerry Brown, takes the state a step beyond it's already existing law that requires students in public schools every year to honor Harvey Milk, a homosexual activist and reported sexual predator, as well as an advocate for Jim Jones, leader of the massacred hundreds in Jonestown, Guyana.
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