**Update 2: The page is no longer available on the CWA website.
*Update: I sent an email to CWA addressing the falseness of their claims and Dr. Crouse responded to me.
Daimeon, You are so right. I realized this morning that I was thinking about another book when I said that — ugh. But you make me realize that I haven't had our tech person get that out yet. I will do so immediately – thanks for reminding me of my intent and I apologize for my error — ugh, I hate to mess up like that!!! Thanks again for contacting me. Have a great day. Janice
Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D.
Director and Senior Fellow
The Beverly LaHaye Institute
Concerned Women for America
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 10:08:11
To:XXXXXXX@cwfa.org Subject: Feedback from Site
Comments: In the interest of fair discourse why must your organization bear false witness about the book “And Tango Makes Three.”
“Dr Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, says most will not be surprised that this book, which exalts homosexual parenting, contains graphic sexual content, most would be surprised to learn that the book is in the children's section of many public and school libraries.”
That's a bald faced lie and you know it. There is no part of that book that is sexually explicit or graphic. If there is please quote it to me because unless there was a page missing out of the copy I read, you've violated one of the Ten Commandments in order to further your own “pro-family” agenda.
I look forward to your response.
I call BS! What kind of mistake is made in print and then again in audio? What book was she thinking of? The kiss in “King and King?” I'll keep you posted.
In their latest piece (of crap) the overly Concerned “Women” for America have (in their homo-obsessive ways) zeroed in on the Loudon County Schools in Virginia for stocking And Tango Makes Three on their shelves for elementary students.
For shame, the kervlempt women say in their most recent audio piece wherein they describe the book as containing “graphic sexual content” and “sexually explicit.” (Is there an x-rated version I didn't know about?)
A book has been written about the “gay” penguin couple that zoo keepers blessed with an orphaned egg. And Tango Makes Three is the story of those penguins, and this book has received literary recognition. While Dr Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, says most will not be surprised that this book, which exalts homosexual parenting, contains graphic sexual content, most would be surprised to learn that the book is in the children's section of many public and school libraries.
Seriously what book did they read? It's a tale about a different kind of family. No where does the book contain hot, steamy, passionate, male-on-male penguin sex. (h/t Jeremy)