The United Kingdom is about to roll out compulsory new transgender and homosexuality-promoting sex education classes that encourage children as young as 3-years-old to consider “When is it appropriate to let someone touch me?“, and discuss the differences between transexuals and transgenders, while teaching them how to use a range of vegetables as sex toys, promoting anal sex as “normal”, and sharing advice about how to “disclose positive HIV status” to family and friends.
The controversial new legislation will make it illegal for concerned parents to opt out of the lessons on homosexuality and transgenderism, despite an official petition against the measure that has received over 100,000 signatures and counting.
The proposal has encountered resistance from conservative communities, including religious leaders. In a letter expressing “strong opposition” to the “obscene” new classes, prominent religious leaders expressed fears that some parents will be forced to remove their children from of the education system altogether – which they are allowed to do under UK law – rather than subject them to the new state-sponsored sexual education curriculum.
RT report: Questions discussed during the non-assessed lessons, as listed in the current proposals for the curriculum, will include: “When is it OK to let someone touch me?” for 3-year-olds, and “Why are we all different? Is it OK to be different?” at age seven. At 11, children will discuss “What is the difference between transvestite and trans-sexual?” and by 16, they will be told “how to disclose positive HIV status to a sexual partner, family and friends.”
British schoolchildren were once raised on a diet of Shakespeare, Jane Austin and encouraged to read the classic texts of Charles Dickens and George Orwell. Now, instead, they will be forced by law to read ‘My Princess Boy’ and ‘Tango Makes Three’, a gay penguin fairytale of dubious literary value.
Among the teaching materials for primary school children who are currently being trialed in Birmingham are ‘Tango Makes Three,’ a book about two gay penguins who nurture an egg taken from another family, and ‘My Princess Boy,’ which celebrates a dark-skinned child who loves to cross-dress.
The other aims of the curriculum include educating students on issues that have become more prevalent in Britain over last two decades, such as female genital mutilation, sexting, revenge porn, and potential imbalance of power between the sexes in relationships.