RSE and Schools as Grooming Factories

Mar 20, 2019 by

by Edmund Matyjaszek: Definition of Child Grooming from NSPCC website: Child grooming is befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a child, and sometimes the family, to lower the child’s inhibitions with the objective of sexual abuse. The current proposed RSE for primary and secondary schools will have the effect, whether intended or not, of preparing children for early sexual experimentation, and make them vulnerable to predatory adults. As the report from Family...

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Evidence in support of Rejection of the flawed Draft RSE Regulations

Mar 20, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: Thank you to all of those who have written to their MP, urging him or her to vote against the Draft Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education, and Health Education Regulations to debated in Parliament today. We have received a very large number of replies from MPs forwarded to us, all without exception saying that the parental opt-out remains in place, and that the Regulations have been very carefully produced in response to the Government Consultation...

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Why the Draft Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education Act 2019 should be rejected.

Mar 20, 2019 by

by Gavin Ashenden: Introduction “A future generation that are going to have grown immune to the problems associated with the sexualisation of children and young people, and therefore normalised it. In my opinion this will result in the greater prevalence of the issues that are linked to this; teen pregnancy, psychological problems, STI’s and low self worth.” Niketa, 18 (NSPCC Study – see below). “Girls have a sophisticated ability to criticize and deconstruct ‘sexualised’ images, but –...

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‘Leaving Neverland’ and the new sexual morality

Mar 15, 2019 by

by Carolyn Moynihan, MercatorNet: As the #MeToo movement continues to topple public figures, the new sexual morality that it represents demands something really sensational from time to time. Harvey Weinstein is the iconic example, although he was preceded by others: for example, television entertainers Bill Cosby, the late BBC hero Jimmy Saville, and the Australian legend Rolf Harris, all accused of child sexual abuse, among other things. This month has seen the unmasking of the late pop...

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No outsiders? More like no parents’ rights

Mar 15, 2019 by

by Antonia Tully, SPUC: This week, I was interviewed by BBC Radio Kent. The story being covered was the Birmingham primary school which has hit the news because parents are protesting about the use of an LGBT teaching programme called “No Outsiders”. The programme has been written by the deputy head at Parkfield, Andrew Moffat, who is openly homosexual and who deliberately chose to teach in a Muslim majority school. He considers that he is in “exactly the right place”...

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Stop Exploiting Desmond: A Challenge to the ‘LGBTQ’ Community

Feb 28, 2019 by

by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ruth Institute: Imagine this scenario: A married mother and father encourage their 11-year-old daughter to dress in sexually provocative clothing. They take her to a strip club and allow her to dance onstage. The patrons throw money at her. No one touches the girl in any way, given the environment. What are we to think of these parents? Now imagine this scenario: A priest invites an altar boy to spend evenings with him. The priest encourages the boy to dress in...

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