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An elementary school in England has caused outrage among advocates of traditional family values over an assignment imposed on children, which promoted homosexuality.
BBC Radio Manchester released a video showing children as young as six years of age writing love letters in a controversial assignment. The purpose of the teacher, Sarah Hopson, was to “insert the children into a homosexual fantasy.” Hopson reportedly claimed that her duty as a teacher in modern times is to help students “accept diversity.”
“[Children are] going to go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find [homosexuality] at a young age as well. And the more they 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,” Hopson told BBC.
The name of the English school Hopson teaches at is Bewsey Lodge Primary School. This institution purportedly prides itself on the way it exposes children to “gender fluidity” by enforcing a gender-neutral uniform dress code. “Any form of homophobia, transphobia and biphobia is unacceptable,” reads a message on the school’s website.
Members of the BBC audience in the video it released gave their opinions about the lesson children were forced to learn at Bewsey Lodge. “Why not teach them life skills, how to cook, how to wash and iron, how to manage money and save, learn about bank accounts and mortgages?” one audience member asked.
“[Bewsey Lodge] is imposing an adult agenda onto little children,who could not care less about the topic, if not compelled by adults,” another audience member added.
In school systems all over the Western world, ideas about traditional family values are being vilified and an intense effort is being undertaken to convert children into homosexuals. There is a thin line between educating youths about sexual orientation and ideological conversion. Far-left activists are not unwilling to cross that line.
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