Friday, September 30, 2011

Outrageous: 14-year-old Boy Suspended for Saying Homosexuality is Wrong

Dakota Ary
Honor student Dakota
Ary, 14, punished for
saying the truth.
A Christian schoolboy was suspended from Western Hills High School in Texas for saying he thought that “being a homosexual is wrong.”


Can you believe this?

The boy’s name is Dakota Ary, and here is his story:

According to news reports, during a German class, Dakota’s teacher started talking about religion and homosexuality in Germany, and even posted a picture on the wall of two men kissing.

Dakota turned to a friend and said he was a Christian and that “being a homosexual is wrong.” The teacher reportedly overheard his comment and sent him to the principal's office. Then, the assistant principal at Fort Worth’s Western Hills High School called Dakota’s mother and said her son was given an in-school suspension, plus two-days of full suspension for what he had said in class against homosexuality.

Send your instant e-protest to Western Hills High School

After several protests, the school agreed to partially revoke the suspension so that Dakota could play in an upcoming football game. But his mother wants the suspension to be completely eliminated from her son's school record, which is only natural, since he did nothing wrong.

Please send a peaceful protest message to the Western Hills High School, telling them that you also think that Dakota Ary did nothing wrong in expressing his belief that homosexuality is wrong.

God fearing Americans must speak out NOW, while they still have the freedom to do so. Otherwise, everyone who disagrees with homosexual vice may soon be forced into silence. And perhaps even punished. Or jailed. In fact, people in Canada and Sweden have already been arrested and jailed for speaking out against homosexual vice. We must not let that happen in America.


1 comment:

  1. Some people actually think that Christians, especially Catholics in this country are not headed toward real persecution!! May our young people remain strong and committed to Jesus Christ and may there be enough parents and other adults to help them and model for them.

    May God bless that young man.

    V. Double