Joy Stutz, a Southern California grandmother, is urging parents with children in California public schools to keep their children home Nov. 28-29 to protest two bills recently made law that would mandate homosexual instruction of all children without parental consent or an opt-out provision, reported One News Now.
Last month Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed California Senate Bill 777 into law, which mandates positive representation of homosexual lifestyles when teaching, and California Assembly Bill 394, which orders “anti-harassment” training to be given to students, parents and teachers.
“What [passage of the bills] effectively did was open the door wide [so] that the children in the public schools—all public schools in California—will be indoctrinated with the homosexual agenda, beginning with age 5 on up,” Stutz told One News Now. “They will no longer be able to have a reference of 'mommy and daddy' as being a normal family. It will now be taught that it is perfectly normal to have two mommies or two daddies.”
Stutz said that parents must join together to fight these laws and believes this boycott is a step in the right direction; the next step might be to withdraw students from the public school system and enroll them in private school or home school them.
“If this law stands, we must pull our children out of public schools,” she said.