Kurten: Primary School Sex Ed Material; “Explicit And Grossly Inappropriate”
David Kurten, UKIP’s Education Spokesperson, has spoken out following news that compulsory sex ed lessons in primary school will include transgender issues and same-sex relationships.
Every primary and secondary school in England will be forced to hold relationship and sex education (RSE) classes from September 2019, Education Secretary Justine Greening announced earlier this year.
Schools are already required to promote homosexuality, ‘gender fluidity’, and transgender issues under the banner of ‘British values’ thanks to reforms brought in by neoliberal former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan. Countless examples of other government agencies also promoting ‘gender fluidity’ also exist.
Mr Kurten hit out at the current educational material’ around sex and identity already available in primary schools which he described as “explicit and grossly inappropriate”.
Meanwhile, he warned that the UK is at a “watershed” moment as “the inhabitants of the media-political bubble are pushing the ideologies of militant transgender activists on multiple fronts”. However, there is hope:
It is possible for the decent, silent majority who believe in the family and marriage and science to push back and call out the nonsense, and return to sanity as in Peru where a national movement of parents called ‘Con Mis Hijos No Te Mesas’ – ‘Don’t Mess With My Kids’ forced the government to back down and not to impose LGBT education on their children in schools