If we as a society had never changed or evolved, women along with African Americans still couldn't vote. Acceptance and assimilation of immigrants would have left our melting pot society bland as broth.

For certain school board members and their electorate, I suggest that they fall extremely short of the doctrine they profess. As a retired teacher who has spent years in the trenches, I have taught young students who identified with the opposite sex as early as first grade. While as a special education teacher, I knew same sex couples who took over raising and fostering already abused and needy children. 

A fearful, judgmental heart cannot be full of love. I'm hoping Chino Valley voters will elect a non-proselytizing board that will focus on student needs and success.

Susan Ramsey, Chino Hills

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