At the risk of being misunderstood yet once agsin by those who have quoted the JW mother saying things she never said, I repeat this:
When Sophie asked her mom what should she say to the girl with 2 moms, the JW mother said, tell her about being in paradise and playing with the animals.
Yes, I know the JW mom had just given an illustration of a man denied being allowed to board a plane with unlawful baggage and that the mother also said "People have their views" in response to Sophie telling her about the school friend with two moms - AND I acknowledge that Sophie would very likely pick up on the negative implications of her mother's answer.
But that is different from quoting the JW mother as telling Sophie to say those things when the mother clearly did not.
My pointing out that distinction has earned me the ire of some posters - as if I dont get it.
I do get it.. The video is propaganda aimed at invalidating gay and lesbian marriage - and in that regard it is "simply" a consistent outcome of the JWs' following a strict reading of the Bible. I disagree with their embracing that reading but they have a right to teach that to their children.
As Simon and Cofty have said, the more the JWs teach this unfortunate belief, the more they show how woefully out of step they are with wider societal views on human sexuality. The JW message on sexuality is hugely unpalatable to most people regardless of sexual, orientation.