The 2013 Gay Straight Alliance Advocacy and Youth Leadership Academy are scheduled for Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28. This will be followed by Queer Youth Advocacy Day on Monday, April 29,

Students trained at the gay academy will fight to protect and advance the rights of homosexual students and allies. It culminates in Queer Youth Advocacy Day, where students use their new skills to educate and engage lawmakers at the State Capitol in Sacramento.

The gay activist organizers of the academy and the advocacy day particularly wanted applications by March 1, 2013 for participation from younger students, including middle school students.  Since the final filing date was extended to March 11, gay activists seeking participation by younger teens (and even pre-teens) may not have reached their goals at that time.

To see a fuller account of how the homosexual lobby and legislators have been successful in passing laws to require “sexual indoctrination” in the California public schools, click here.

The California Legislature now has a LGBT caucus with three members in the Senate, and five in the Assembly, who actively promote legislation particularly related to schools.

The eight members include three State Senators and five Assembly members.  All eight are Democrats.

They are:  State Senators Cathleen Galgiani, Ricardo Lara, Mark Leno; and Assembly Speaker John A. Perez and Assembly Members Tom Ammiano, Toni Atkins, Susan Eggman, and Richard Gordon.   Assembly Member Richard Gordon is the chair of the LGBTQ caucus.

The LGBTQ caucus is committed to passing more homosexual legislation for California schools.

For more information on the Sacramento homosexual youth academy and advocacy day, click here.