Aussie ‘safe schools’ leader admits program is about gay activism, not bullying

Mar 19, 2016 by

By Andrew Smith, LifeSite:

Undercover video recorded at the 2014 Safe Schools Coalition National Symposium has exposed as a lie the claim that the program is about helping students stand up to bullying in schools.

The symposium was a launch event for the contentious Safe Schools programme, which has come under sustained attack during its existence.  Ostensibly a programme to protect gay and transgender school students from bullies, critics such as MP George Christensen have referred to it as “Queer theory being taught in the classroom.”

Released on the National Day Of Action Against Bullying And Violence, the video shows Coordinator of Safe Schools Coalition Victoria, Roz Ward, addressing the audience.  She says “Safe Schools Coalition is about supporting gender and sexual diversity. Not about celebrating diversity. Not about stopping bullying. About gender and sexual diversity.”

The source of the video recording spoke exclusively to LifeSiteNews, requesting anonymity for fear of retribution.  He says, “I didn’t review my footage carefully enough to begin with, and so I didn’t realise I was sitting on a bombshell for 18 months.”   The resurgence of the issue in the media prompted him to go through the footage again.  Speaking of the moment of realisation of what he had recorded, he says, “I was shocked because I didn’t think someone well organized on the political left would be so clumsy as to make a statement like that and expose their true agenda.”

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