Bergman, a mentally ill woman who believes she is a man (She also claims to have “married” another woman that thinks she is a man) and cuts her hair in the style of a man’s and apparently takes hormones to grow a beard (yes, it’s disturbing to see and the entire “family” situation is beyond confusing and bizarre), provided an op-ed piece at Huffington Post in which she openly admits that she is in education to “indoctrinate your children into my LGBTQ agenda.” Furthermore, she adds, “I’m not a bit sorry.”
The self-proclaimed “writer, educator, storyteller and loudmouth,” also told her audience that one of her number one things that upset her as a young rebellious teen against God was the fact that people accused people like her of recruiting. So, to set the record straight, though it upset her, she came out in this piece to acknowledge that was, in fact, true.
“The first time I was introduced to this idea of reproduction and recruitment as the two paths to Being All The Homosexual I Could Be, I had two very strong reactions,” she wrote. “I felt the revulsion of denial, of course — we were not recruiting, and certainly not in the way that this asshole was suggesting we were. At the same time, I experienced a delicious fantasy in which I was in fact recruited and chosen to be queer. In it, I was ushered into the world of queerness with care and tenderness by experienced homos and trans people (in my imagination they were like very fabulous versions of my favorite camp counselors from childhood). I would be issued my leather jacket and my protest pins, my safer sex supplies and a hotline of some kind I could call if I needed it. As a teenaged homo trying to piece together strained relationships with my family or origin, it was a really nice idea.”
She then went on to recount days where she went into high schools and spewed her perversion among America’s and Canada’s teens (I have to ask where parents are in this country!).
“My wickedness, you see,” she confessed. “It knows no bounds.”
Good, at least we agree with that, which is exactly what the Bible declares about such deviants in the first chapter of Romans 1. They are wicked.
She also pointed out that her opposition was right in accusing her of indoctrination, but she was in the denial stage saying, “I would never indoctrinate; never recruit. I was just providing an alternate viewpoint, I said.”
However, the more one continues not only in their denial of honoring the Creator as God (Rom. 1:21), the more they are given over by that Creator to a reprobate mind, which then comes right out and tells you what they are all about. Bergman has reached that point. She went on to confess:
“I am here to tell you: All that time I said I wasn’t indoctrinating anyone with my beliefs about gay and lesbian and bi and trans and queer people? That was a lie.”
Of course, it was a lie, but she wasn’t finished.
“All 25 years of my career as an LGBTQ activist, since the very first time as a 16-year-old I went and stood shaking and breathless in front of eleven people to talk about My Story, I have been on a consistent campaign of trying to change people’s minds about us,” she said. “I want to make them like us. That is absolutely my goal. I want to make your children like people like me and my family, even if that goes against the way you have interpreted the teachings of your religion.”
Notice the boldness that comes from this woman! Notice the fact that she even throws in the root of her problem and that is “religion,” or more appropriately, what God has said about her sinful behavior.
Since she isn’t backing down and since parents in America seem to be oblivious to what the public indoctrination centers in America are allowing to be taught to young people, including young children, she is finishing up six books that portray sodomy and perversion in all its depraved glory as normal and without shame.
Bergman, like many today, know no shame (Zep. 3:5). They parade what is shameful (Rom. 1:27) around in the open and expose young impressionable minds to it (Matt. 18:6).
When she addressed the issue of why she became interested in children’s literature, notice her response. Though she claimed that becoming a parent was a partial reason for it, she then added this: “I was getting a nightly practicum in how the books a kid hears at bedtime affect their sleep and also their dreams (both in the micro and the macro sense).”
Now, I’m not going to assume what she means here, but understanding that this woman has a depraved mind in every sense of the word, what is the issue with her noticing sleep and dreams? Is there something going on here that isn’t being told?
While she is correct in saying that our communication with children is quite effective via storytelling (something even the Lord Jesus engaged in), it is the truth that needs to be conveyed in storytelling, not perversions and not lies. Bergman is the promoter of lies and I can say that with her own approval, since she admits openly in her op-ed that she is a liar.
Bergman wants people to know that sexual deviants exist. That is a given. Everyone knows that already, but she uses it as a means to taint, stain and pervert the minds of young people in America. Friends, that is unacceptable. In most states it is a crime not only to engage in sodomy, as Bergman does, but it is also a crime to contribute to the delinquency of a minor, which she is most surely doing.
So, what is Bergman’s final statement in the matter? Glad you asked.
“I would be happy — delighted, overjoyed I tell you — to cause those children to disagree with their families on the subject of LGBTQ people,” she wrote. “If that makes me an indoctrinator, I accept it. Let me be honest — I am not even a little bit sorry.”
Open, unrepentant and still at war with her Creator, Bergman blurts out the truth that Bible believing Christians have been saying all along. So, America will you now believe what your friends, the Christians, have been telling you, seeing that the God-hater has openly declared that we have been telling the truth the entire time? What will you do about it? What should be done to such people that do this to your children?
As always, I encourage every God-fearing parent to take the command of God seriously in Deuteronomy 6 and teach their own children, protecting them from deviant predators, liars and indoctrinators like S. Bear Bergman. I don’t have hate in my heart towards Bergman, I pity her. For unless she repents of her sinful behavior, she will face an angry God (Heb. 10:29) that will meet out a just punishment for her crimes against Him and against these little ones.
Finally, for those that think me “hateful,” “homophobic” and “intolerant,” I ask you do you care more about what people label you than you do protecting the most innocent among us from people like S. Bear Bergman? I would hope you do, but if those are the first thoughts that come to mind, I guess I have to question whether or not you do.