Originally Posted by inca nitta
Do you know the reasons why the people in the district decided to cancel DOS? Have they explain them to the public? What do you know?
I've been wondering all day, had other stuff to do and couldn't get to the bottom of this.
I notice that the "Truth" group opposing DOS is apparently based in Scottsdale. That's just a few miles up the road from the town where, supposedly, they are prohibiting DOS. Perhaps the anti-gay organization complained and made some statements about "promoting homosexual agendas," to which the district responded by shutting down the DOS in hopes of avoiding a conflict. I would love to know and hope I can find out. Want to know what's going on before I finalize and mail any letter!
Btw - it's my past experience that "promoting the homosexual agenda" means "wants gay people to be allowed to live/remain physically safe/keep their jobs. . . " and it's a way of making it sound like treating people like human beings is dangerous. To "spin" human lives, safety, and dignity in such a way is exceedingly dangerous and unconscionable. The Day of Silence is precisely the kind of caring, supportive gesture that communities need.