A Christian mother crushed by the LGBT juggernaut

Oct 10, 2020 by

by Ann Farmer, The Conservative Woman:

A SCHOOL pastoral assistant who was dismissed for sharing a Facebook petition against LGBT lessons was fairly sacked, according to an employment tribunal. 

In 2018 Kristie Higgs, 44, was fired for gross misconduct by Farmor’s School in Fairford, Gloucestershire, after she shared Facebook posts   plans to teach LGBT relationships in primary schools with  approximately 100 people in her network. Using her maiden name, the mother of two also raised concerns about relationship education at her son’s Church of England school, where pupils were to learn from the ‘No Outsiders in Our School’ programme.

[…] Though Mrs Higgs’s religious beliefs should be protected under the 2010 Equality Act, it seems that expressing any views – apart from the fulsomely complimentary – on any issues involving sexual diversity has now been ruled as against the law. No crime was committed by her, and there was nothing to complain of in her conduct, but she was still dismissed for ‘misconduct’ – ‘gross’, to boot. This must be seen as a blank cheque for any boss to get rid of anyone on the basis that ‘someone’ might be offended by ‘something’ they said. And an open door for the LGBTQ zealots who appear to have taken over sex education in our primary schools. 

As Caroline ffiske reported a week ago, the Department for Education has made a welcome clarification in its new Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Guidance. It says:

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