Music Teacher Censors Christmas Favorite

December 6, 2011 by staff 

Music Teacher Censors Christmas Favorite, The “War On Christmas” has taken a new turn, into the war on “gay apparel,” thanks to a teacher at Traverse City, Michigan’s Cherry Knoll Elementary School, which has censored the word “gay” from the song, “Deck The Halls,” a sixteenth century Welsh song with some lyrics from the nineteenth century.

In other words, for 500 years, “Don we now our gay apparel” was just fine, but now that conservatives are at the helm, we wouldn’t want children to think their clothes had a sexual orientation not approved by them.

This is so ludicrous and goes right to the heart of both what’s wrong with anti-?gay conservatives, and the fact that people paid to teach children refuse to teach children.

Was it just a little too much to bear to respond to a six-?year old’s question, which no doubt has been voiced about a gazillion times, “what’s gay apparel?”

Was it too hard to say, “festive”?

Dan Savage notes, “Someone had to straighten out that carol?—?can’t have children donning gay apparel.”

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2 Responses to “Music Teacher Censors Christmas Favorite”

  1. Ray Rodriguez on December 6th, 2011 4:03 pm

    I don’t blame the school teacher. With all those queers and lsbns who call themselves,”Gay”, the children need to be protected from thier influence. Why couldn’t they have used a better suited name, like, Sicko, or weirdo, instead of gay?

  2. Paige on December 7th, 2011 5:19 pm

    No, what children need to be protected from is narrowmindedness and they need to learn that it is not okay to judge other individuals. Teaching hate is the worst poison to a child’s mind.