|What’s a family?|
The illustrated children's book "Who's in a Family" was sent home with kindergarteners in Lexington, Mass., earlier this year. The book includes homosexual parents and is part of what conservatives say is a nationwide push to teach homosexuality in the public schools.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--As illustrated children's books go, "King & King" starts off innocently enough: "On the tallest mountain above the town lived a queen, the young prince, and the crown kitty. The queen had ruled for many long years and she was tired of it."
The queen, it seems, wanted to step down so that her son could become king. First, though, she wanted him to find a wife. So a search ensued -- far and wide -- for the perfect princess.
But in the end he chose none of them, instead opting for another prince. (Yes, a prince.) The short 29-page book ends with a "gay wedding," the proverbial kiss, the queen shedding a tear of joy and, the reader is told, the two men living "happily ever after." Read More