Despite being a conservative government containing several members who identify as Christian, the New South Wales Government continues to promote inappropriate sexual practices to children.
Today’s Daily Telegraph reports that a charity with government approval encourages school children to view social media posts which promote group sex and the sex trade.
The news comes following revelations this week by Christian Democratic Party Leader, the Reverend Honourable Fred Nile MLC, of the Berejiklian Government’s “Play Safe” website for children and young people which encourages anal sex and sex toys.
Clearly radical sexual expressionists from the Mardi Gras have hijacked the education and health departments to promote values to children which would horrify mainstream parents.
Whether the mainstream members of the Berejiklian government know what they are promoting and forcing the taxpayer to fund is not known.
Governments are big and complex and it is not always possible for even the most diligent politician to be across everything bureaucrats are doing,
But what governments can and should do is set policy direction and culture.
Sadly, this is where ministers are asleep at the wheel – particularly education minister Sarah Mitchell and Health Minister Brad Hazzard.
Mitchel is failing to clean out genderfluid ideology in schools and Hazzard is turning a blind eye to expert concerns about the harms to children from experimental transgender treatments.
Today’s reporting and this week’s revelations by Rev Nile clearly show the government can’t be trusted to provide sex education to children.
That’s a role that should be performed primarily by parents and it is time parents took this responsibility back from the State.
At the next election, make sure there are strong Christian voices in the NSW parliament, vote Christian Democratic Party.
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.