Afraid not. I’m defending the First Amendment and consistency in allowing people to exercise it.
Old Spokey feels that some people should have the right protected, but others shouldn’t, based on whether you like what they have to say.
With his line of logic, it might be OK for a Catholic to preach on a street corner, but not a Buddhist.
It might be OK to record a Bible lecture in a classroom, but not adult video.
These are just examples of selective protection of the 1A. He has actually steadfastly refused to say whether it would be acceptable to record a Bible lecture, or even re-enactments of things that are represented in the Bible, in a public school classroom
Well, there are far too many pages of this little debate to make me want to go back and read them all
but in terms of a class setting for children. . .
Teaching about religion in a secular context in schools is acceptable. It bares historical, cultural, and literary value. There were entire wars fought in the name of all religions that had huge historical impacts on nations and cultures. In all my years of school we were taught of certain religions but never in a celebratory or doctrinal manner.
Hard to argue that since religion is taught in a historical sense then porn should be accepted in the classroom to balance out the freedom of ALL speech lol .... but again, im not entirely sure if thats what you guys are actually arguing here.