It was supposed to be a national journalism conference for high school students from around the country but it turned out to be an anti-Christian propaganda tirade spewed forth by none other than Dan Savage, the queer anti-bullying guru who portrays himself as the savior of all those disaffected and abused gay youth out there supposedly hunkered down in America’s school systems.
Savage, who sells himself as the Pied Piper of gay youth activism, runs a non-profit called It Gets Better, an ongoing anti-bullying project backed by big money and supported by big names in business and politics. Mr. Savage also writes a sex advice column in an online rag called The Stranger. In his latest advice to the sexually confused and culturally repressed, Dan Dick Head waxes poetic on the liberating lustfulness of random sexual hookups and how such encounters just might lead to a lasting relationship if handled with a bit of post-coital courtesy.
Now, sometimes people hook up with strangers precisely because they wanna have sex with someone they don’t know and don’t expect to see again. And that’s not always a bad idea: Having sex with someone who you don’t expect to see again can be very liberating.
A girl who can’t let herself go with a guy she’s dating…will grind the dick off a hookup…Say a straight boy has always wanted a girl to put him in her panties and peg his ass. What if she freaks out and dumps him?
Treat your hookups like people you might actually see again—like human beings with human feelings, not just human holes and/or poles—and you might actually see them again. The Stranger
Apparently, Mr. Savage’s idea of IT getting better for America’s gay youth seems to have everything to do with the number and types of sexual encounters to be had in our very modern world of happy horny HIV hedonism.
Ok, so much for the introduction to the maggot mindset of Dan Savage, role model extraordinaire. Now, back to his speech at the National High School Journalism Conference…
Savage was supposed to give a talk to the students on the evils of bullying but instead he spent his time trashing Christianity while mocking and name-calling the 100 or so high school kids who had the guts to stand up and walk out on this disgustingly disingenuous jerk-off.
Rick Tuttle, the journalism advisor for Sutter Union High School in California, was among several thousand people in the audience. He said they thought the speech was one thing – but it turned into something else.
“I thought this would be about anti-bullying,” Tuttle told Fox news. “It turned into a pointed attack on Christian beliefs.”
Tuttle said a number of his students were offended by Savage’s remarks – and some decided to leave the auditorium.
“It became hostile,” he said. “It felt hostile as we were sitting in the audience – especially towards Christians who espouse beliefs that he was literally taking on.”
Tuttle said the speech was laced with vulgarities and “sexual innuendo not appropriate for this age group.” At one point, he said Savage told the teenagers about how good his partner looked in a speedo.
As the teenagers were walking out, Tuttle said that Savage heckled them and called them “pansy asses.” Fox News
And what did the National Scholastic Press Association and the Journalism Education Association, co-sponsors of the conference, have to say about Mr. Savage’s remarks and behavior?
“We appreciate the level of thoughtfulness and deliberation regarding Dan Savage’s keynote address,” the NSPA wrote. “some audience members who felt hurt by his words and tone decided to leave in the middle of his speech, and to this, we want to make our point very clear: While as a journalist it’s important to be able to listen to speech that offends you, these students and advisers had simply reached their tolerance level for what they were willing to hear.”