So far, I've found no information about this group. I'm not sure if they're a veiled anti-GLBT organization, or if they're an organization with a generally legitimate concern for the community -- which happens to be a little misinformed in equating queer folks with sexual deviance. I'm unfortunately learning toward the former, only because we can't find anything indicating that the group has actually been responsible for any sort of community outreach or youth programs or anything.
However, until I am proven otherwise, I'm going to assume that they're a legitimate organization with real concern for our community.
I think a great way to prove this -- one way or the other -- without being threatening or disrespectful is to organize a group of people to show up at their gathering.
I would like to organize a group of GLBT and ally folks to show up on September 3rd at 11:00 a.m. A group of people who also wish to see improved lives for children in the community, but who strongly believe that this should be done without including an anti-queer message or the other anti-feminist sentiments contained in the language of the flyer.
I'd like to invite any and all GLBT and ally folks to help me with this. I'd particularly love to have the support of queer and queer-friendly clergypeople and others who are active in local religious communities, as I think their inclusion could potentially send a very strong message to an organization that identifies as faith-based. I would like to propose that we maybe have a meeting the Friday night before their event, to decide exactly how to proceed, and then show up at their event. I'd like to emphasize that I don't wish for our presence to be a protest, but rather a source of support for the broader cause of community improvement, but with the message that a strong community needs to be inclusive.
Please pass this along to any people or organizations who might be able to help, and please encourage anyone who is interested in participating in any way to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to contact me through my website. Additionally, if anyone is aware of any other GLBT or ally folks planning on attending or organizing anything, please let me know so that we may contact one another.