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Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies (Seth and Sarah Ask...) Hardcover – June 5, 2017
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Now there are unfortunately lots of little white blond brainwashed kids being taught that anyone who has parents of the same sex is to be pitied while their same-sex parents are to be roundly condemned. And it's not simply the homophobic message that is delivered in words with all the sensitivity of a sledgehammer but also the illustrations showing the protagonists, Seth and Sarah, as exemplars of the 1950s sitcom culture, and poor Michael as a confused, slightly unkempt biracial boy who has to ride in the back of the school bus while the freaking Bobbsey Twins are chauffeured to a--presumably whites only, heteros only--private school by Mommy Dearest.
It really doesn't matter what I say, because there are plenty of folks out there who believe this sort of awful, dangerous, and narrow-minded garbage and just can't wait to race out to their favorite Faux Christian bookstore and buy a copy to begin--or complete--the process of ruining their children's minds. And those sorts of folks keep electing this Awethor of hate literature to represent them in their state's legislature.
Apart from being browbeaten by the "message" of this book trumpeted like Gabriel's horn on the Last Day, I found the writing style--using the term loosely, peeps--to have all the variety, nuance, and skill of a middle-schooler's essay in vacation Bible school.
So now I'm betting on who in this book's blighted and bigoted scenario will burn in Hell, and can't wait to see them writhe...
I grew up in a household with a mother and father who were both strong believers in the existence of God, but they did not force their beliefs on my siblings and I. I grew up believing and God, but at the same time, I am pro choice, and I believe in gay rights. Not everyone has the same beliefs, so why are certain groups in society trying to make it seem like we should all conform to their beliefs and opinions alone?
To be perfectly frank, this book sickens me, absolutely SICKENS me. My children are 14, 10, and 6, they are all aware of differences such as black and white, male and female, rich and poor, and...straight and gay. My husband and I taught our children to have faith and to believe in God, but to also accept EVERYONE for who they are. Being gay does not in any way make you a bad person. Parents should be raising their children to accept all people, and to realize that the existence of infinte beliefs and opinions is absolute. And especially now, in this day in age, we need to be teaching our children to embrace all of the differences there are in the world.
I teach art classes at our local elementary school, and when we have parent-teacher conferences every yearm I must see at LEAST four couples that are same sex, interracial, vast in age differences, etc. but I treat them all with the same amount of respect, same goes for their children. To me, the person who published this book and thought it was a good idea to try and spread closed-mindedness to CHILDREN, is nothing but white trash. I apologize if that comes out as being too rash, but it's true. This book is aimed at children anywhere from 3 and older, 3! How early are people like this trying to speak intolerance!?
Religious or not, books like this should NEVER be targeted to hypnotize our children into believing that discriminating against their fellow man is acceptable.
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YOU ARE NOT CHRISTIANS. AMAZON, YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED FOR SELLING THIS SAD EXCUSE OF LITERATURE. How disappointing!!!!