In response to David Kurten: We must build on this victory against the school sex zealots,
Colonel Mustard wrote:
The unholy alliance between elected government and unelected pressure groups/’charities’ is a most destructive and divisive one. There are far too many political ‘activists’ in the UK with far too much influence over policy. They should be challenged to stand for election or to shut up. If Stonewall stood as a political party how many votes would it get? No, far easier to shove its way to the top table by a combination of protest and bullying to ‘smash heteronormativity’, And why would any minority organisation want to ‘smash’ a majority norm if not to impose a form of supremacy for its own ends?
The people did not elect a government so that it could be led by the nose by radical fringe groups which if they stood for election would get nowhere.
What really sickens me is not what is being taught but that teachers are prepared to teach it and even attempt to justify the waste of time the teaching of it yet continue churn children who can barely read, write, add or subtract.