Today, a San Diego County Superior Court judge said yoga classes are not the same as religious instruction, and ruled that the classes may continue. The plaintiffs and their attorney, Dean Broyles of the National Center for Law and Policy, claimed that giving kids a little bit of yoga twice a week amounts to an unlawful embrace of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism or Western metaphysics.
I find that ironic, actually. Usually the argument is over whether devout Christians have the right to practice religion any old public place. But I digress.
We needed a judge to tell us this? Pardon my Esperanto, but fuck these Christian parents who think everybody is trying to lure their kids into Satan’s bunghole. Christ, what morons.