Act now to protect children

Feb 21, 2019 by

The government plans to make sex education compulsory for all children; the subject in schools is increasingly controlled by LGBT activists.

New campaigns opposing this trend:

The website of the Values Foundation, a coalition formed to “uphold the centrality of traditional faith and family values in British education” 

New campaign and website launched – 40 Days: Upholding Traditional Values. Join by paying £1. “Education promulgated via Relationships Education and RSE will ultimately transform Britain into a post-modern liberal society which does not distinguish gender, promotes LGBT lifestyles, destroys family life as we know it and undermines if not humiliates religion.” ’40 Days’ aims to * support the initiative and protect the innocence of children; * allow parents to decide how to educate their children in RSE; * resist state intervention ouside the remit of the core curriculum.

Act NOW to stop a law that will erode the right of parents to choose if their child will be taught “21st century” relationships and sex education lessons in England. Campaign from Barnabas Fund

Urgent: Contact your MP: Guidance from Grassroots Conservatives

Articles: most recent at the top

Don’t let Cultural Marxists win sex education battle by David Kurten, Rebel Priest

Pause for thought – RSE vote delayed from Voice for Justice UK

Evidence in support of Rejection of the flawed Draft RSE Regulations, Voice for Justice UK

Why the Draft Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education Act 2019 should be rejected by Gavin Ashenden

Who’s the bigot? from Voice for Justice UK

This mad sexual brainwashing must be resisted, by Will Jones, Parent Power

Equality Act does not require schools to teach same-sex marriage, Bishop Urquhart, by Will Jones, Rebel Priest

No Outsiders? More like no parents’ rights, by Antonia Tully, SPUC

Interfaith ties fracture as Church of England won’t stand with Muslims opposing gay sex in school, by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest. 

Watch: Revd Lynda Rose interviewed by Rodney Hearth

Parents to lose the right to opt-out of Relationships and Sex Education from 2020 by David Kurten, The Freedom Assn

How to respond to the claim that this kind of sex education is necessary to prevent ‘bullying’?

…the unquestioned narrative of bullying of LGBT youth is used to drive education policy. A certain proportion of the population is ‘gay’ from birth, probably 10%, the argument goes. The ‘heteronormativity’ of society makes this minority feel like outsiders, indeed many are bullied simply for being gay. This is the reason for low self esteem, sexual promiscuity and even suicide among gay young people. The solution is to make all schools and workplaces completely accepting of LGBT behaviours and attitudes, and to downplay and minimize traditional family structures.

 

But …all of these arguments are based on myths. Sexual orientation in young people is notoriously fluid, rather than an innate characteristic like race. The 10% figure was first put forward by the ‘sex researcher’ discredited paedophile Alfred Kinsey in the 1950’s, and has consistently been refuted by more recent research. Rhetoric about ‘homophobic bullying’ being more prevalent and nasty than bullying for other reasons, is not backed up by facts. In particular, data on tragic cases of youth suicides is being falsified to claim peer disapproval about sexual orientation as a major factor, when every suicide has a much more complex background.

 

…the origin of this theory [has been traced] to gay activists in San Francisco in the 1980’s, whose assertions about suicide were based on ideologically driven research without proper controls, but whose results are still used today. The ‘suicide’ argument is emotionally powerful and shuts down debate. But if it is actually not true that external disapproval is causing distress to young people identifying as gay (disproportionally to other forms of bullying), then it needs to be challenged. Bullying should be countered by the promotion of civility, not unreality and immorality.

From a report on “The New Normal” conference, November 2017

See also:

The real problems with ’Valuing all God’s Children’, by Martin Davie, Reflections of an Anglican Theologian

Transphobic bullying – how widespread is it? from Voice for Justice UK

Focus on LGBT bullying is failing other children, from The Christian Institute

Aussie ‘safe schools’ leader admits program is about gay activism, not bullying. By Andrew Smith, LifeSite

 

More articles:

The Conservative Party’s sex education policy is liberal bilge by Rod Liddle, Sunday Times (via Grassroots Conservatives)

The culture clash about sex education that’s turned a primary school into a battlezone, by Eleanor Steafel, Telegraph

Beware: Brexit is being used to bury bad news, by David Kurten, Bruges Group

Religious conservatives join forces to protest LGBT lessons at Birmingham school, by Sofia Lotto Persio, Pink News

An uneasy truce on the LGBT school battlefield, by Chris McGovern, The Conservative Woman

Those Birmingham parents are right, by Brendan O’Neill, Spiked

Rod Liddle interviews Jules Gomes. Watch video here

It’s called the Conservative Party … and yet its sex education policy is liberal bilge, by Rod Liddle with Jules Gomes, Sunday Times (£)

Teaching children about relationships is too important to be left to the government by Charles Moore, Telegraph (£)

Not even Brexit can distract Britannia from sex education by Ann Farmer, MercatorNet

Save our children from the sex and gender activists who are using them as tools of their fundamentalist ideology, by Gavin Ashenden

Parents, petitions, protests, politicians and appeasement, by Chris Sugden, Grassroots Conservatives

This mad sexual brainwashing must be resisted, by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman

Sex education compulsory; worship optional; children at risk. How should we respond? By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Amoral sex education undermines parents, by Melanie Phillips, The Times

Ontario board will force elementary schools to fly homosexual ‘pride’ flag in June, by Lianne Laurence, LifeSite

Director of The Values Foundation, Judith Nemeth, speaks to Radio 4

Back parents, don’t undermine them, from Christian Institute: “I don’t want my child learning about transgender at an age when they still believe in the tooth fairy.”

Pied Pipers of “polymorphous perversity” penetrate schools luring kids like rats by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest

Ofsted “acting like Big Brother” over compulsory sex education, from SPUC

LGBT row teacher up for £1m global prize, by Sean Coughlan, BBC News. “Mr Moffat has run a “No outsiders” project promoting equality and diversity in the school, including lessons about sexual identity and LGBT rights.”

 The website of Educate and Celebrate is an example of how the powerful LGBT lobby spreads its ideas through schools.

Briefing from Christian Concern: “If parliament asserts a right to determine which beliefs a parent can or cannot instil in his or her own children, it infringes upon a fundamental liberty upon which the social order is established. By usurping a parents’ role as the custodians and guardians for their children’s development, parliament threatens religious liberty and the freedoms of conscience, belief, and even speech.”

The pedophile project: your 7-year-old is next on the sexual revolution’s hit parade, by Stella Morabito, The Federalist

LGBT plan for faith schools released, by Adam Becket, Church Times

Educationalists and religion and belief leaders warn of increased bullying if LGBT guidance is diluted, from Politics.co.uk

Slippery slope to sexualisation of kids is here, By John Stonestreet and G. Shane Morris, Christian Post

Muslim parents protest against Birmingham school’s LGBT promotion, from 5 Pillars

The LGBT agenda that is tearing a school apart, by Chris McGovern, The Conservative Woman

Furious Muslim parents withdraw 600 kids from Parkfield School over ‘LGBT’ row, Birmingham Mail

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