The one-star reviewer who uses the word "homophobic" as though it has a universally accepted meaning provides an example of the distrustful vilification of anyone who doesn't agree with the homosexual agenda. It seems the majority of them are either opposed to religion, and Christianity in particular, since it condemns their sexuality and shames them as proponents of a dissolute worldview, or have simply drunk the Kool-Aid the world has served them in the past five decades as part of the sexual revolution. Whatever the case, they don't seem particularly interested in the good that organizations like PJI do, and seem always ready to put a label on the moral virtues of those opposed to their perverse lifestyles.
I was one of the plaintiffs in the case the previous reviewer referred to against Castro Valley School District. The previous reviewer was misinformed and misled. The case was about the parents' right to public information, not about the exclusion of any particular group. We filed a complaint because the school refused to disclose the lesson plan that was taught to students. The minister claimed clergy-penitent privilege even though the lesson was taught in a public classroom setting. PJI provided guidance and support for our request for public information free of charge. We are grateful for their service in their defense of parental rights.
Review from Guidestar
This organization appears to be homophobic. They are helping parents in Castro Valley sue the school district because they allowed a lesbian minister to speak on campus for Diversity Day. This organization also actively campaigned for Proposition 8 in California (2009)to deny homosexuals the right to marry.