Activists Press for Mandatory Homosexxual Lessons for Kindergarteners
ACTIVISTS PRESS FOR MANDATORY 'GAY' LESSONS FOR KINDERGARTENERS BOB UNRUH A dispute has erupted across Scotland over a proposal by activists to impose mandatory LGBT training on children as young as 5 years old.
A homosexual-activist group called Time for Inclusive Education launched a petition demanding children in their earliest years of schooling “learn about homosexual, bisexual and transgender issues.”
But Rev. David Robertson, moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, calls the proposal a “Trojan horse to impose an ideological perspective on all pupils.”
In the U.S., California already has adopted demands to portray homosexuals only positively in class. Critics have pointed out the restriction makes it impossible for teachers to address the truth about a variety of homosexual issues, such as the high rate of HIV/AIDS in the community.
Simon Calvert, the Christian Institute’s deputy director for public affairs, warned the demand for such indoctrination “is itself an act of intolerance toward mainstream Christians and their beliefs.”
“The petitioner’s demand for statutory teaching of such topics without provision for parents and pupils who disagree is in direct conflict,” he said.
“We believe that the real object of the petition is to indoctrinate school pupils with one particular perspective on moral and sexual ethics and one which is contrary to mainstream Christianity. We believe this is a Trojan horse to impose an ideological perspective on all pupils, whether they want it or not.”