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UK School Makes 6-Year-Old Students Write Gay Love Letters
It's hardly shocking news when I tell you the left is using the schools to brainwash "mold your kiddos into socially conscious citizens." Much of this indoctrination revolves around making the tots "woke" on the issue of LGBT-ness. Which brings us to now.
This school in the UK is making their six-year-old students write gay love letters. In the name of diversity.
I kid you not:
“This class of 6-year-olds is learning about gay marriage. In this fairy tale, the prince wants to marry his [male] servant. And the children are writing a love letter."
She noted that she believes it’s important for children to learn about gay marriage at such a young age because those same children would “go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find that out at a young age as well.”
“[T]he more [children] can be accepting at this age, you’re not going to face it further on, because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them,” she added.
The school teaches “PSHE,” which stands for “Personal, Social, and Health Education.” Under the PSHE umbrella, topics like transgenderism, sexuality, and relationships are discussed.
Gay love letters. Why am I not surprised.
Yep, knowing the ins-and-outs of gayness and trannydom is now more important than reading, writing, and math. Forget about geography or multiplication tables. All that really matters is these kids know everything there is to know about peens. Lady parts. Everything in between.
Look, teaching kids to not be dickish is all well and good. I can understand it's wise to teach the little ones not to mock the kids who dress fancy and flail their arms about when they talk.
Even so, I think the teachers can manage that without exposing the younglings to sexuality while they still think the Easter Bunny is a thing. Just saying.