The Anti-conservative Relationships and Sex Education Law Should be Repealed

Jul 10, 2019 by

by David Kurten, Bow Group:

The Department for Education has published the final version of its guidance for the implementation of compulsory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in England’s 24,323 schools, which is to become compulsory in schools from September 2020.…

Sex education is already compulsory to an extent in secondary schools. Pupils must learn about reproduction and chromosomes as part of the Science curriculum. Although there is no requirement to teach anything beyond that, many schools already do so as part their PSHE programs. However, the new guidance goes well beyond teaching children the basic facts of life. It is a power grab by the state. RSE is the UK branding of a wider move by the UN to roll out Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) across the globe.

The guidance is peppered with the platitude that ‘parents are the primary educators of their children’, while fundamentally undermining their rights as primary educators. It also repeatedly states that it must be ‘age-appropriate’, without defining what that means: it is a term so vague that it can be interpreted in almost any way, and many materials already available in primary schools are grossly inappropriate.

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