Since same-sex marriage was passed, LGBTIQA+ activists have stepped up their targeting of children.
Education departments throughout the Anglosphere have been infiltrated with rainbow ideology.
The Scottish government last week released guidance to schools instructing teachers to "affirm" children as young as four who say they are not their biological gender.
Teachers are even instructed to respect a child’s wish to keep his or her parents in the dark.
“Inadvertent disclosure could cause needless stress for the young person or could put them at risk and breach legal requirements,” the document says.
“Therefore, it is best to not share information with parents or carers without considering and respecting the young person’s views and rights.”
Rainbow activists have contempt for the rights of parents.
Teachers are advised to use the pronouns and new name a child might choose and, if the child requests, enter this into school records.
Boys identifying as girls must be allowed to compete in girls’ sports and should be allowed to be accommodated in girls’ sleeping accommodation and bathrooms on school excursions.
Scottish Education Secretary Shirley-Anne Somerville said:
“Pupils are happier and learn more at school when they feel safe, respected and included. she added.
“We know transgender young people can face many issues in schools and that teachers and staff must have the confidence and skills to support their mental, physical and emotional health.
“This guidance outlines how schools can support transgender young people while ensuring that the rights of all pupils are fully respected. It provides schools with practical suggestions. The guidance is not prescriptive and does not promote transitioning.”
New South Wales has not gone as far as Scotland but rainbow ideology is sadly alive and well in our classrooms. It will take vigilance to push it out.
Action: Please sign the petition to get rainbow ideology out of our schools. Please share it with your friends. Thankyou!
Lyle Shelton is Director of Campaigns and Communications for the Christian Democratic Party. The Reverend Honourable Fred Nile MLC has asked Lyle to succeed him in the NSW Parliament when he retires in November. To keep in touch with Lyle and the CDP, sign up here.