This makes it sound like they're brainwashing children to be gay in a Massachusetts Elementary School. Or at least very close. However, you should read the report from The Boston Globe instead of listening to such dribble from the idiotic community that seeks to persecute and alienate the gay community more than it already is.
They say "Kindergarten" in the first site, while it was actually a second grader. They also love using quotations from MassResistance, which is just another organization of the Religious Right trying to force their religious doctrine down our throat, as if their opinions lend any weight in this:
"The [Supreme] court did not even bother to notify the Parkers or their attorneys," said Mass Resistance, which said what now will be enforced in the judicial district will be the lower bench rulings that the state has not only the right but "even the obligation … to promote homosexual relationships to young children."
They think it's promoting homosexual relationships to read some fairy tales that involve a homosexual marriage. I guess if I read Jack & The Bean Stalk to that same class, I'm promoting going against your parents orders, since Jack takes the beans instead of money, as his mother had told him to? Yeah, that's not far fetched in the least, is it?
Normally, I would say that it's a parents right and freedom to be the one to teach their kids these things, but I somehow doubt these parents (and especially the ones who participate in the protests against gay marriage and the like) would ever teach these children anything but contempt and continued hatred towards the gay community, so I'm not sure I can really stand on their side in this situation, as tolerance and understanding are desperately needed in this country which has become so overwhelmed with religious views of intolerance.
Separation of Church & State was one of the key components in setting up the United States of America and it's Constitution. It amazes me how the Right wants to say the Left is evil and not patriotic when their religious infusion into politics is directly against one of the key rules the Constitution set down. And the crap the Religious Right likes to spew that claims "the wall between church and state was not meant that way" is completely false. If you don't believe it, read the constitution and it's amendments yourself, and do some research on sites that are not Christian in origin (as that would give them a bit of bias).
I personally am grateful to the Supreme Court for putting down this petty attempt at continuing the hate against the gay community. I do believe Jesus preached tolerance and love, not intolerance and hate. Read your Bible before you start trying to preach it to the rest of us and make us live by it's outdated warnings and cryptic passages.