An adoption battle in Kansas

This story explains that a bill that would” protect faith-based child placement agencies from any kind of punishment or censorship if they declined to place a child with a gay or lesbian couple because of the agency’s beliefs about marriage” is being lobbied against by LGBT activists.

“Philadelphia Sabotages Its Own Adoption and Foster Care System”

This article explains how Philadelphia ” halted the child placements of Catholic Social Services and Bethany Christian Services to investigate whether these agencies had violated the city’s Fair Practices Ordinance, a policy that prohibits `discrimination’ on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity”, i.e. Philadelphia would rather have children not placed with parents at all than to have them placed by an agency which will not place them with homosexual or transgender parents.

“LGBT Megadonor Who Wants to ‘Punish the Wicked’ Pushes Pennsylvania Bill”

Hat tip to The Daily Signal for this article reporting that Tim Gill plans to “use his $500 million fortune to agitate for state nondiscrimination laws that pit LGBT activists against religious Americans.” According to Wikipedia, he is “the single largest individual donor to the LGBT rights movement in U.S. history, having personally committed more than $422 million since the early 1990s”. He apparently considers Christians to be wicked.

“College student kicked out of class for telling professor there are only two genders”

Hat tip to Fox News. This article tells the story of a male student kicked out of his class at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania for telling the truth in the presence of the radical feminist professor in charge of the class. I say “in charge of the class” instead of “teaching the class” because it appears the content of the class is more accurately described as propagandizing rather than teaching. Of course, this is what you get when the government attempts to coerce the celebration of homosexuality and transgenderism. It should be noted that Indiana University of Pennsylvania is a public university and part of the Pennsylvania State System of Education.  Accordingly, this is essentially an example of the government seeking to enforce a homosexual/transgender orthodoxy despite the moral objections of students. This is just the sort of behavior the bill proposed by gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner would facilitate