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This a good example of how the interests of children are not their first concern, but rather creating a positive public image of the homosexual lifestyle.


My response to some of the comments: This is not a discrimination issue. Gay-identified families are NOT denied access to this event on the Lawn, and no one is questiong their right to be there. Can’t people just go so they can have fun? Why does this event have to become about accepting gay families?

People have also made comments that since Easter is not based on bunnies and eggs, my discussion is discredited. I was not endorsing that a bunny with plastic eggs captures the meaning of Easter. I guess you missed the point.

The conversation about Christian and secular representations of different holidays is for another time and place. The point here is that activists are using this event to make the day about them, not their children, saying "my family matters because I'm gay."

This is a special day at the White House for kids to make memories. It could instead be remembered as the awkward day when they were surrounded by people shoving their sexual preference in the nation's face, or when some kids couldn't get in because gay activists pushed to the front of the line to get tickets.


Good post and points Caryn. This hijacking of an event is the same ol' same ol' culture war formula that exploits an opportunity to solidify their base (on both sides), self-righteously offend those they hate and never really getting to the point.

I agree with Caryn, if a gay identified couple wanted to take their kids, they should have just taken their kids instead of organizing a political hijacking of an event.

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