PA Announces "Little Brother Little Sister Protection" Proposal
Falls Church, VA -- Eugene Delgaudio, Executive Director of the pro-family group Public Advocate of the U.S., announced today a legislative solution to defend the potential victims of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program (BBBS). The legislation is needed as a result of the group's new policy mandating that its local chapters allow homosexuals to be mentors, without advising parents.
Public Advocate also believes that the policy could counteract protections that have been put into place by groups like the Boy Scouts of America by making children who are members of multiple youth organizations susceptible to sexual predators.
Public Advocate will release a letter to U.S. Senators and selected House members asking that they both condemn the BBBS decision and introduce legislation that would forbid public schools that receive federal funds from sponsoring BBBS chapters that do not notify parents if a proposed mentor has a lifestyle that could place their child's safety at risk.
"No agency of a government sponsored public school should knowingly hand over minor children under eighteen to adult homosexuals as a matter of policy," states Delgaudio in the letter. "It is a tragedy that a group that has provided worthy programs for children is recklessly abandoning the well-being of children to satisfy the radical homosexual lobby.
"As Americans we condemn NAMLA (The North American Man Boy Love Association) and those that have invaded the Catholic Church for their own sexual agenda, because they victimize innocent children. It is time that we protect the rights of Little Brothers and Little Sisters like we have protected the rights of Boy Scouts. To do otherwise would give yet another forum for NAMBLA types to target our children."
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