Drag-queen story time: A tale of dark defence

Mar 11, 2020 by

by Dr Bruce Scott, UK Column: This is the tale of a school called Glencoats Primary School in Paisley, Scotland. One day, a drag queen with a most racy social media profile, called FlowJob (no, really), and a Scottish National Party MP, Mhairi Black, visited the school as part of LGBT History Month to read a story and discuss Section 28 (long-repealed Scottish legislation prohibiting the promotion of homosexuality in schools) to four- and five-year-olds in the first year of primary school....

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RSE is a ‘social experiment’ on children

Mar 5, 2020 by

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern: Last Wednesday a meeting raising concerns about some aspects of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in schools took place in Parliament. The meeting was hosted by the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group and chaired by Sir Jeffrey Donaldson. The meeting was well-attended and featured speakers with professional backgrounds in education and safeguarding. Importance of maintaining safeguarding Judith Nemeth, director of The Values Foundation,...

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The drag queen bandwagon is grooming and sexualising our children

Mar 3, 2020 by

by David Robertson, Christian Today: It seems as if yet another social contagion is sweeping the Western world. The way this normally happens is someone in the US starts something that is considered wonderfully Woke and administrators, corporations, politicians and educators all jump on the bandwagon in order to let everyone know that they too can see how wonderful the emperor’s new clothes are. This appears to be the case with the current fashion for draq queen story time in libraries,...

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This national child grooming programme must be fought

Mar 3, 2020 by

by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman: SEX education in primary schools is tantamount to grooming, in effect if not intention. That’s what MPs were baldly told by a head teacher last week. He explained it was doing this by lowering young children’s natural inhibitions. This moment of truth took place at a Parliamentary briefing organised by the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group when head teacher Ed Matyjaszek (Mat-ee-ay-chek) from the Isle of Wight said: ‘We are in danger of...

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Are the Tories starting to row back at last over trans madness?

Mar 2, 2020 by

by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman: IN THE first signs that this government may take a different line on transgenderism to its predecessors, it is being reported that it will drop plans to make it easier for people legally to change gender. […] These problems in the medical arena are compounded in the educational arena, where transgenderism is being promoted in schools both under the guise of the new Relationships and Sex Education curriculum and elsewhere, as with the No Outsiders...

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Why I won’t be joining the Victory Parade at Sydney’s Mardi Gras

Feb 29, 2020 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: This Saturday is the big Mardi Gras festival in Sydney.   I won’t be there. Not just because I will be speaking at the Village Church weekend away – but also out of principle. I won’t be joining in the celebrations.  Not because I’m homophobic (I’m not!) nor because I think gay people should be persecuted (they shouldn’t) – but because I find the whole charade depressing and depraved.     I’m also not entirely sure what the purpose of the parade is.   If I was...

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