Contact: Lyman Stucky, 909-881-3100
PATTON, Calif., April 16 /Christian Newswire/ --What You Can Say When Homosexuals Are Silent (or try to silence YOU) on the "National Day of Silence."
The anti-heterosexuality campaign called the "Day of Silence" is again scheduled to interfere with teaching of the 3Rs on many school campuses and promote heterophobic speech, thought and action. The official campaign day this year is tomorrow, April 17, although some are scheduled for other days.
In response, a new campaign encourages all males who are certain of their gender to say "I can't speak for you, but I'm unquestionably male" and all females who are certain of their gender to say "I can't speak for you, but I'm unquestionably female" and say it loud and clear, every day of the year.
The campaign's Web sites UnquestionablyMale.com and UnquestionablyFemale.com have many resources for a perpetual counter-campaign to speak with grace, truth and gender confidence.
Free colorful, gender-specific bracelets and wristbands and other resources can be printed from the sites and worn to school or around town, to help students quickly recognize and connect with like-minded students, then organize support groups or clubs on campus or elsewhere. Fashionable, gender-specific T-Shirts also are available.
In an era of intolerance by those who want to silence mostly others, consider using non-judgmental "I-Messages" as a way to build bridges and have genuine conversations.
Students and adults can always say EITHER:
"I can't speak for YOU but I'm Unquestionably Male"
"I can't speak for YOU but I'm Unquestionably Female"
Guys can give each other a high-five and say "MALENESS!" or "MASCULINITY!"
Girls can give each other a high-five and say "FEMALENESS!" or "FEMININITY!"
For more information, go to the brother-and-sister sites:
The UnquestionablyMale and UnquestionablyFemale Campaign is a project of SovereigntyUSA.