In Birmingham, England–yeah, I know, it’s so un-PC to say “England”–officials at the Parkview School have halted “LGBT lessons” after parents pulled some 600 children out of the school as a protest (https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/birmingham-school-stops-lgbt-lessons-after-parent-protests/ar-BBUmeX4).
The Muslim population of Birmingham is a little over 20%, and all the parents quoted in the news article had Muslim names. Do you think school officials would have listened respectfully to protests by Christian parents? I don’t.
Last month 400 parents signed a petition against the lessons. The school took no action until after parents pulled out their children.
That could work for us in America, folks. Worth a try, don’t you think?
Parkview was teaching a curriculum–designed by a “gay” activist–“to promote LBGT equality” and “to challenge homophobia.” By “equality” they mean “gays are supreme and don’t you forget it!” The parents quoted in the story said they were objecting on the grounds that their children–aged four to eleven–were too young to be “taught” such material. School officials said the lessons would be shelved until Easter and not resumed until after “a full consultation with every parent.” Uh-huh.
The homosexual activist who created the curriculum has been honored with a Member of the British Empire award for his work in killing the culture. He’s lined up for other honors, too; but I’ll cover that in the next post.