Father sues CA high school over rainbow flag in son’s classroom.

via massresistance.org

The LGBT rainbow “pride” flag is worse than just an anti-Christian political symbol meant to normalize sexual perversions and disordered behaviors. It can also be traumatic to those who have been physically and psychologically damaged by that “movement.”

A horrible story

In 2022, Brian Selem, a father in suburban Los Angeles, contacted MassResistance.

He had a horrible heartbreaking story. As a teenager he had been drugged and gang-raped by a group of homosexual men on multiple occasions. He was naïve and an easy target for the perpetrators who groomed him. It was such dreadful experience that it took years before he could even process what had happened to him. He is now married with two sons in school. But it continues to be a terrible debilitating nightmare that, despite counseling and support, has affected his life intensely and never leaves him.

Brian is not alone. Since the so-called “gay rights” movement became institutionalized in America, hundreds of thousands of boys and men have suffered homosexual rape, according to reports. Even the pro-LGBT New York Times admits it: More than 100,000 men have been sexually assaulted in the military in recent decades. Yet the problem of homosexual rape is rarely covered by the mainstream media.

So, when Brian sees the LGBT Pride flag flying, it elicits intense disgust and revulsion in him. Many people are willing to understand that and respond to his concerns. For example, Brian’s barber took down the rainbow flags in his shop out of respect for Brian’s pain.

At his son’s high school: more pain and demeaning treatment

Unfortunately, school officials typically have no compassion or interest in the feelings of anyone who disagrees with their agendas. That negligence has directly affected Brian.

Brian’s sons attend Venice High School in the West Los Angeles area. One of his sons was enrolled in an English class where the teacher prominently displayed the LGBT pride flag in her class.

When Brian visited that classroom during Back to School Night in September 2022, he confronted the teacher about the flag. He described to her what had happened to him and how that flag is psychologically and emotionally triggering to him and family members. His son should not have to sit in class and have to look at it, he insisted to the teacher. And if nothing else, he asked, why aren’t other viewpoints allowed?

Initially, the teacher acquiesced and said she would take down the flag, though Brian noticed she smirked at another staffer in the room at the time. But the next day, Brian’s son informed him that the flag was still in the classroom. Brian’s wife also contacted the teacher to ask it be taken down, but was ignored.

It got much worse. A few days later, the teacher brought in a “Restorative Justice” lecturer to talk to the English class. The message was that homosexuals and transgenders are victims who deserve apologies or reparations in some form from the rest of society. The speaker brought up Brian as an example of an offender because he opposes the school’s view on homosexuality and transgenderism, and even disparaged his son. It was clearly meant to humiliate Brian and his son in front of the class.