The radical homosexual agenda is making itself known in Maine, where a human-rights group has ruled a school must accommodate the sexual preferences of a sixth-grader.
The Maine Human Rights Commission recently ruled that Orono Middle School erred by assigning a separate bathroom to the boy, who wants to live as a girl. The decision comes after the child's parents filed a complaint with the Commission, claiming their son -- who no longer attends school in the district -- experienced anxiety and depression during the 2008-2009 school year. The panel also made a similar ruling against the elementary school that the child had attended.
"I think this is an example of this whole individual rights agenda going completely amok," laments Janice Crouse, senior fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute of Concerned Women for America (CWA). She thinks the parents' objection to the school's action is revealing.
"I think it shows very clearly that their agenda is not to make sure that their son's needs are met; their agenda is to prove a point and to bring that point home for the whole school district that their son has to be accepted just as he is and that there will be no consequences to the things that they are allowing to go on in their own home," Crouse suspects.