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Readers’ comments: ‘Very indecent if not outright evil’

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In response to Will Jones:What every parent should know about these sinister sex lessons,

 UKCitizen wrote:

Brave new world being used as the companion manual to 1984!

JayelSmithers wrote:

sessions on ‘where babies come from’, ‘self-stimulation’ (masturbation), homosexuality and transgenderism are classified as ‘relationships education’

The riposte to schools is quite simple: these topics *are* entirely related to sex education, and we will therefore withdraw our child on the sex ed. statutory grounds. Now sue us.

David wrote:

This is very indecent, deeply sinister, if not outright evil. It can only encourage a generation into becoming even more unhappy, prone to fractured relationships and inadequate at parenting than the present adult ones. It is good values and the Christian virtues that we should be promoting not selfish, ultra-physical, unspiritual, Me-Worship!
It makes this government’s claim to be ‘Conservatives’ even more hollow. Finally I pity any decent teachers still left in that now socialist-dominated profession.

Horsey_Mc_Horse wrote:

It is hard to comprehend how this had even made it into schools while an allegedly ‘conservative’ government is in power. It is horrific to think my children could be subject to this over sexualised and age inappropriate material. The material reads like propaganda intended to normalise the sexual fringes and groom children into their sterile hyper-sexualised tribes. If this ‘education’ was balanced it would talk about ex-gays, ex-lesbians and de-transitioners. It would present the dire health consequences for those people who engage in the damaging lifestyle from drugs and unhygenic practices. Not so, it appears that the state will go along with it and to hang with their innocence.

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