: Anti-Bully Program Accused of Gay Agenda Despite Sheridan's claims, McCoy says, there is clear evidence his program is promoting a gay agenda. He cites the project's training manual, which recommends that teachers:
Wear a "LesBiGay positive" button or a T-shirt with a "Straight, But Not Narrow" slogan or a pink triangle
Tell students not to assume all their classmates are heterosexual, but acknowledge that some students are homosexual and bisexual.
Avoid using traditional terms such as boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband and broaden their language to include "partner, lover, significant other." Teachers are also advised to use "permanent relationship" instead of "marriage."
Identify the contributions of homosexuals in history, literature, art, science and religion and expand libraries to include books related to sexual diversity.

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