FOR CENTURIES, marriage as a legal, civil and religious institution between a man and a woman has protected children and society in every country and culture.
In March 7, 2000, 61% of California voters passed Proposition 22 — to keep marriage between a man and a woman.
On Aug. 8, 2008, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that 53% of new HIV infections in 2006 occurred in gay or bisexual men. More infections occurred among young people under 30 (aged 13–29) than any other age group (34%, or 19,200). African Americans, while comprising 13% of the US population, accounted for 45% of the new HIV infections in 2006.
On May 8, 2008, a black administrator was FIRED from the University of Toledo, Ohio, for objecting to the comparison of black discrimination to same-sex marriage.
In February 2008, a professor was FIRED from San Jose Evergreen Community College after being accused of providing an “offensive” answer out of the textbook to a student’s question about heredity and homosexual behavior.
In March 2007 freshmen were told NOT TO TELL their parents about Deerfield (Ill.) High School’s pro-gay seminar and were required to sign a confidentiality agreement.
In early March 2007, a Massachusetts high school BANNED parents from attending a seminar for students on how they can know they are homosexual.
On April 27, 2005, a Massachusetts father was JAILED after requesting that his 6-year-old son’s school notify him when it discussed homosexuality or transgenderism.
On February 23, 2007, the judge in the Massachusetts case ORDERED the teaching of the homosexual lifestyle to children in public schools.

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