That Godless bastion of lesbianism and baby murder, the Girl Scouts, is at it again....
Dr. Johnnetta Cole, a woman whose radical views forced the Clinton administration to withdraw her name from consideration for Education Secretary, will be one of three keynote speakers at the Girl Scouts USA national convention in Atlanta from October 7-10.
Another speaker is Kavita Ramdas, president and CEO of the Global Fund for Women, which, among other things, promotes abortion and feminism. The third speaker is Ann Curry, news anchor for NBC's Today Show.
The choice of the first two speakers indicates that the Girl Scouts show no sign of slowing their plunge into hard-core feminism and political advocacy, at least at the national level.
Ooohhh....say "hard-core" again, Mr. Knight....
Now, what do these women do again that is so horrible?
Rejecting ex-"gay" counseling and ministry
"Despite the fact that some wish to do so, I am not praying today or any day that lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered folk will somehow get religion and become heterosexuals. I'm not doing that. The nationality, the religion of every woman should be celebrated."
Boo hiss, says CWFA.
Opposing the Gospel
"No must be the answer to - to proselytizing to all who are not Christians into some denomination of Christian faiths."
Boo hiss more, says CWFA.
Schooled in lesbian advocacy
"The sister warrior who helped me to fight my own homophobia and heterosexism in my life - was Audrey Lore. It was at Hunter College where we were both faculty members that she was my teacher. Let me share with you how Sister Audrey would often introduce herself. She would say I'm Audrey Lore, a black woman, lesbian, feminist, poet, professor, mother."
Boo hiss hard-core, says CWFA.
Now, CWFA knows they have a lot of smart readers out there that they don't have to hand-hold:
Johnnetta Jones, who is president of Bennett College for Women in Greensboro, North Carolina, gave a speech at last September's hard-left Women & Power Conference organized by "the nation's largest holistic education group," Omega Institute, and V-Day, which promotes an end to violence against women [editor's note: "Good!"] along with the play The Vagina Monologues on college campuses [editor's note: "Bad!"].
...so they would like to tell you in no uncertain terms, Girl Scouts Bad! American Hertitage Girls, Good!
I wonder if they'll invite Ann Curry to their national meeting...