Thursday, October 27, 2011

LDS Stake In Draper, Utah Wanted No Cross-Gender Costumes At Halloween Trunk-Or-Treat

While some of the more progressive elements of the Latter-day Saint community have been gurgling and rhapsodizing over more assertive behavior by gays in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in particular getting giddy over the calling of Mitch Mayne to the executive secretary position in the Bay Ward in San Francisco, many mainstream active Mormons remain more faithful to tradition. The flyer below was posted on the doors of an LDS stake center at 10600 South 275 East in Draper, Utah prior to an October 25th Trunk-or-Treat event:


This obviously came from the local stake presidency and not from LDS Church headquarters. But it's good that local officials are starting to take a stand against the political correctness that's creeping into the Church.

The fact is, the gays and trannies will never shut up, no matter what we do for them. They engage in classical Soviet-style negotiating tactics; namely, what's theirs is theirs, and what's ours is negotiable. Now a Girl Scout troop has been pressured into accepting a "transgender boy" who still has a penis. No more -- it's time to erect a brick wall and make no other concessions to these people. We owe them humane and fair treatment, as well as protection against abuse -- but we don't owe them inclusion. As the Christian pastor John Hagee once said, tolerance of sin is treason against God.

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