Thursday, October 4, 2018

School Makes Young Students Write Gay Love Letter

                Bewsey Lodge Primary School, in Warrington, England, is using some of its 6-year-old students to promote the gay lifestyle. The BBC’s Radio Manchester recently posted a video on its Facebook page featuring the youngsters writing letters from one male story character, “Prince Henry,” to another male story character, “Thomas,” Henry’s servant, imploring them to marry each other.
                The student’s teacher, Sarah Hopson, explains: “This class of 6-year-olds is learning about gay marriage. In this fairy tale, the prince wants to marry his [male] servant. And the children are writing a love letter.” She opined, “The more children can be accepting at this age, you’re not going to face it further on, because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them.”
                Hopson added that she believes it’s important for children to learn about gay marriage at a young age since they would “go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find that out at a young age as well.”
                The video has gone viral, which is, sadly, what the school intended.
                According to the august educational institution’s website, it proudly teaches “PSHE,” which stands for “Personal, Social, and Health Education.” In reality, this includes topics such as relationships, sexuality and transgenderism. From nursery age to year six. Yay! The PSHE program seeks to provide pupils with opportunities to “explore, clarify, and, if necessary, challenge their own and other’s values, attitudes, beliefs, rights and responsibilities.”
   No, it doesn’t. If one of the little ones somehow had the courage and capacity to attempt to change the beliefs and values of the teachers who are extolling the virtues of homosexuality he/she/they would be subjected to ridicule and reeducation.  
               The school’s website touts “British values” and proclaims that it is “extremely PROUD” of its “LGBT+ work in school.” In fact, the school received an “’Educate and Celebrate’ Best Practice Gold Award” for its pro-LGBT work last June. The program lists “Diversity and equality (in all its forms)” as one of its key concepts. (Emphasis mine). Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.
                Specifically, it calls for teaching about “sources of support and reassurance” for “diversity in sexual attraction and developing sexuality,” recognition of “diversity in sexual attraction,” and understanding “accepted terminology” in regard to LGBT topics. It also cites the need to challenge “sexist, homophobic, transphobic and disablist language and behavior,” among other evils, and its guidelines also call for teaching about the potential tensions between human rights, British law and religious expectations and practices. It is clear that whenever British law or religious expectations come up against this version of “human rights” they are summarily cast aside.
                Shoving this progressive dogma down the throats of 6-year-olds is not “teaching,” it’s indoctrination. Preaching that rigid intolerance of traditional values is true tolerance is inanity at best, hypocritical, disingenuous, and, ultimately, dangerous to a free society. Even more pathetic, the school’s website trumpets its anti-bullying policy, even as it clobbers its own kindergarten-age kids over the head with extreme political-correctness.
                But, what the hell, it’s never too early to forcefully immerse young children in the joys of diversity. Butt plugs, dental dams, sex-bots, three-ways, polyamory, bestiality, necrophobia, nipple clamps, clit-piercings, water sports, whatever—I say, bring it on! I mean, the precious little kids are going to have to deal with all of this sometime, right? Why not coerce teach them to be “accepting” now?
                After all, there’s a whole wide wonderful world of “diversity” out there, just waiting for their approval.

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