Posted by | February 18, 2008 11:48 | Filed under: Top Stories

In Loudoun County, Virginia, the story of Roy and Silo, two penguins from New York’s Central Park Zoo, drove one parent to complain that the school was promoting a “gay agenda”, resulting in the book And Tango Makes Three being removed from general circulation. In spite of several national book awards, the book has also been restricted in schools in Shiloh, Illinois, and removed entirely from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district in North Carolina.

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Here is a synopsis of the true story that will destroy the lives of young children and make them turn gay:

Roy and Silo, two male penguins, are “a little bit different.” They cuddle and share a nest like the other penguin couples, and when all the others start hatching eggs, they want to be parents, too. Determined and hopeful, they bring an egg-shaped rock back to their nest and proceed to start caring for it. They have little luck, until a watchful zookeeper decides they deserve a chance at having their own family and gives them an egg in need of nurturing. The dedicated and enthusiastic fathers do a great job of hatching their funny and adorable daughter, and the three can still be seen at the zoo today.

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