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Michigan mother sues school district after son disciplined for opposing homosexuality

Catholic World News - December 16, 2011

A Catholic woman in Michigan has filed a federal lawsuit against the local school district, after her teenage son was expelled from a classroom for stating his opposition to homosexuality.

Daniel Glowaki, 16, was disciplined by an economics teacher who had devoted a class to an anti-bullying campaign organized by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The school district eventually disciplined the teacher in turn, suspending him for one day, but later lifted that suspension.

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  • Posted by: Lucius49 - Dec. 16, 2011 5:16 PM ET USA

    This is one of the tactics of the political agenda advancing homosexuality: you do it under the guise of anti-bullying which is a not topic in schools. The light should be shined on this tactic which this story does to prevent this kind of social engineering in our public schools.

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