Yes, they ARE encouraging children to “be gay” in Schools. Or bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transsexual, hetero-flexible, heterosexual…

Aug 5, 2019 by


‘No Outsiders’ is a two-faced project; the public face shows it as an innocent attempt to gently steer people away from all types of xenophobia. The shocking true face, however, is something you must search to find as you will not see it in the media or hear it from teachers.

It started as a government-funded research project in 2006 with the stated aim of “developing effective means of challenging heteronormativity in primary schools”.[1] Half a million pounds of taxpayers’ money was used to work out how to stop “heterosexuality” appearing normal, and to replace it with recently invented, fringe social constructs like ‘queer sexuality’ and ‘gender theory’. It is specifically targeted to the youngest school children – where they are at their most impressionable age – before the natural process of puberty would, in the vast majority of cases, make opposite-sex attraction and the male-female distinction seem self-evidently normal.

And it is not only theoretical; despite their frequent claims in the media, the aim is also to facilitate expression of ‘homosexuality’ and ‘transgenderism’ as normal behaviour. A 2008 ‘No Outsiders’ seminar was titled “Queering the Body; Queering Primary Education.” [2] From the summary:

“The danger of accusations [by critics of LGBTQ+ beliefs] of the corruption of innocent children has led team members to make repeated claims that this project is not about sex or desire – and that it is therefore not about bodies. Yet, at a very significant level, that is exactly what it is about and to deny this may have significant negative implications for children and young people.” [2]

The negative implication presumably being that anything less than fully open expression and physical manifestation of same-sex desires or transgender feelings will teach the children that repression is expected; the opposite of the aim of the programme. One of the topics discussed was:

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