Thursday, March 12, 2009

UK Parents Face Charges for Opting Kids Out of LGBT Lessons

LifeSite News is reporting that parents in the United Kingdom could face criminal charges for removing their children from programs held at George Tomlinson Primary School which promoted the homosexual lifestyle. School officials have apparently announced they will prosecute parents of approximately 30 children who did not attend a week's worth of lessons coinciding with "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History Month."

Parents say they had no choice but to remove their children from classes because the school told them there were no other options if they objected to the content of the program.


Anonymous said...

It is awful that these things are going on overseas, and that the same philosophies are being pushed through at the United Nations for other nations to follow. International bullying is no different than the peer pressure we all experienced back in highschool.

Even though I'm a dedicated marriage and family blogger, I'm still shocked to see how far it's gone in other places. The rhetoric is dangerous there, and it's bleeding over to our shores.

Keep up the good fight!

A-Dawg said...

wow, that's creepy.

Kari Leinonen said...

It is wrong that parents threatened legal action if they do not let their children participate in such lectures. These lectures are not necessary. I am from Finland and I have not heard that we had such lectures. Finnish schools provide sex education, but I think that the heterosexual basis. The world is moving in strange directions.

FJ said...

We tolerate everything except intolerance of our ideas, and you will change or be wonderful.