According to an opinion column in The Pilot by Michael Pakaluk, “it seemed a real danger that the boy being raised by the same-sex couple would bring to school something obscene or pornographic, or refer to such things in conversation, as they go along with the same-sex lifestyle, which–as not being related to procreation– is inherently eroticized and pornographic.” It would be best if Harvard with drew is doctorate…
It now make sense to me why 52% of Tea Partyers think Gays and Lesbians are too powerful. Given that the porn industry make $100 billion a year and children of gay parents are the only ones that would have access to porn; we Gays and Lesbians have so much economic power that we should be scary to those in another minority group like the Tea Party. Just think how powerful the LGBT community is when we can spend $100 billion on porn, raise children, fight for equality, keep homes, etc.
To be honest Mr. Pakaluk backed off this porn argument and said to the Boston Global, “..sentence as a ‘weak argument.’ ‘I think I probably would not make that point again, and I can see how it would be offensive.”
It is interesting to note that the Archdiocese of Boston position of children with gay parents is different from the Archdiocese of Denver. The Boston position is best summed up by Monsignor Paul V. Garrity, “Catholic schools have long welcomed all children, regardless of their family situation. To begin to discriminate against children who have two mommies or two daddies would fly in the fact of this very proud tradition.” Compared to Denver Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, “It was a ‘painful situation,’ but the decision by Sacred Heart of Jesus parish school in Boulder was in line with church teachings.”
I am still not sure why any parent with plenty of educational options would chose to send their children to a school that is basically going to teach their children that there is something wrong with their parents. It would seem better to get the children the best education available with in a progress supportive environment and work with in the church to make it a more positive productive environment for everyone.