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The annual Day of Silence, sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, takes place in most public schools every April. The next will be on or around Friday, April 11.

On this day, students participating in the Day of Silence will wear pro-homosexuality T-shirts, buttons, and stickers, refuse to answer teachers’ questions in classrooms, make it difficult for other students to concentrate, and generally take over school campuses for the entire day.

Thousands of government high schools and increasing numbers of junior high and middle schools are allowing this propaganda throughout an entire day – even during instructional time. The purpose of the silent civil disobedience is to promote homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality to other students throughout the entire day.

Don’t let the homosexual-bisexual-transsexualists indoctrinate your child or any other children.

Join the WALK OUT by keeping your elementary, junior high and high school children home on the day the school is permitting students to silently protest.
Resources and further instructions: and many other family organizations are co-sponsoring the “Day of Silence WALK OUT.”

Visit or download:
Reasons for the Day of Silence WALK OUT » (PDF)
Instructions for parents » (PDF)
Visit the national pro-family website for “Day of Silence WALK OUT” »
Article: Keep Your Kids Home on Homosexuality-Affirming “Day of Silence” »

See who is pushing LGBT behavior on children:
Check out the pro-homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexuality DOS site »

Understand the facts – homosexuality is not genetic:
Visit our special web page Not Born This Way »

Help for those struggling with homosexuality and gender identity:
See the links on our web page Not Born This Way »

Why WALK OUT of the LGBT Day of Silence

1. Prevent “Day of Silence” in your community: Threatening to walk out will discourage some school administrators from allowing students to remain silent in class. They don’t want to lose money (they’ll lose nearly $100 in Average Daily Attendance funds each day your child is not at school).

2. Protect your children from homosexual-bisexual-transsexual indoctrination: If the government-run high school or junior high school in your community is permitting students to remain silent during class on April 20 or any other day, join the parent boycott to at least protect your own children from being sexually brainwashed. Too many parents have been shocked by their public-school children coming home believing that opposition to homosexual “marriages” or cross-dressing is “bigoted” and “discriminatory.”

3. Punish the government schools for sexually indoctrinating children: More than anything, public schools care about money. Encouraging as many parents as possible to keep their children home in protest on whatever day silence is permitted will hit the education establishment where it hurts. They need this pain to teach them to stop sexually brainwashing children.

4. Give parents an opportunity to experience homeschooling for a day: The truth is, every California government school must now follow the law that indirectly requires them to positively promote homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality. See the existing school indoctrination laws. This is why strongly urges parents to home-school or church-school their children. Participating in the one-day “Day of Silence WALK OUT” will let you experience the joys and freedoms of homeschooling for at least a day. We encourage you to make it a goal to give your child the best character training possible through alternative education. Please visit our special website

1. Consider calling your local public school administrators.
First, a caution. It’s probably not worth calling your school to find out if Day of Silence is happening. School administrators have been notoriously deceptive in their answers about this. They will deny supporting or sponsoring Day of Silence, yet will allow students to remain silent nonetheless. Just know that keeping your child home will appropriately punish the anti-family public schools that permit Day of Silence by denying them nearly $100 in Average Daily Attendance funds.

But if you do call them, ask whether they permit students or teachers to remain silent in the classroom on Day of Silence. IMPORTANT: Do NOT ask any administrator, school board member or teacher if the school sponsors, endorses, or supports the activities. Schools do not technically sponsor the Day of Silence. Technically, it is students, often students in the gay-straight alliance group, who sponsor it. Many administrators will tell you that they do not sponsor the day when, in fact, they DO permit students and sometimes even teachers to remain silent during instructional time. Also ask administrators whether they permit teachers to create lesson plans to accommodate student silence. If they do, this is supportive of the disruptive, pro-homosexuality Day of Silence.

2. Email your children’s teachers.
If you contact you child’s teacher, ask whether they will be permitting students to remain silent in class on the day and whether they will be creating lesson plans to accommodate student silence. Sometimes there is a disconnect between what administrators or school board members believe is taking place in classrooms and what actually takes place.

3. Check the Day of Silence date.
Be sure to find out what date the event is planned for your school. (The national date in 2014 is April 11, but some schools observe the day on a different date).

4. Notify your school.
Inform the school of your intention to keep your children home on that date and explain why. (A sample letter is available below.)

If you confirm that the school or teachers will allow students to stay silent (whether or not they call it Day of Silence, copy and paste this sample letter into your word processing program and customize. We suggest first copying into Notepad, then copying from Notepad into Word or a similar program.


Dear _______________,

Due to the administration’s decision to allow the politicization of the learning environment through the Day of Silence, which is sponsored by the highly partisan Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network, we feel compelled to call our child/children out of school on that day.

The administration errs when it allows the classroom to be disrupted and politicized by granting students permission to remain silent throughout an entire day. The protesters have a captive audience, many of whom disagree with and are made uncomfortable by the politicization of their classroom. How many political protests will the school allow, and who decides which political issue will be permitted to disrupt the educational process?

Day of Silence participants have a First Amendment right to wear t-shirts, and if other extracurricular clubs put up posters and set up tables from which to distribute materials, “gay-straight alliances” have that right also. The Day of Silence participants go further, however, by exploiting the instructional time of every student in every class for an entire day in the service of their philosophical beliefs and partisan political purposes. Their silence, and in some cases, the silence of their teachers, transform the activities of the day.

By allowing students to remain silent, administrations fail to protect the classroom from intrusive, political exploitation. My child/children will not be part of this political appropriation of the classroom.

(Your name and signature)

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