So there's this:
Montgomery County Public Schools are defending a flyer handed out to students at Einstein High School in Rockville. It's from a group called "PFOX," short for "Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays."
An excerpt from the non-profit's mission statement says, "Parents and friends of ex-gay and gays promotes diversity for the ex-gay community. Ex-gays demonstrate that those with unwanted same-sex attractions can seek help and information."
Montgomery County Public Schools released a statement after getting a complaint from a parent. It says in part that "the board of education policy allows materials and announcements from non-profit community organizations to be distributed at four designated times during the school year," as long as those non-profits meet certain criteria.
It seems to me that the way to fight this BS is to form a community group dedicated to saving people from the heterosexual lifestyle, one dedicated to promoting diversity for the ex-straight community. If the public schools in Montgomery County refuse to distribute PFOS's flyers—that's "Parents and Friends of Ex-Straights"—we sue the bastards.