Deviants in UK Government Want To Indoctrinate Kids in Nappies With LGBTxyz Even Before They Are Potty Trained!

Katie Hopkins telling it like it is.

Give parents the right to opt their child out of Relationship and Sex Education
We believe it is the parent’s fundamental right to teach their child RSE topics or to at least decide who teaches them and when and how they are taught. We want the right to opt our children out of RSE when it becomes mandatory in Sept 2020.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE, England (ChurchMilitant.com) – A Christian school worker has been fired for Facebook sharing a national petition against the country’s new mandatory sexual educations program that normalizes homosexual relationships and transgender ideology to children as young as 4 years old.

In 2018, Kristie Higgs learned that the “No Outsiders” program was being introduced at Farmor’s School in Fairford where her children attended and she worked as an assistant for six years with an unblemished record. The program has sparked protests by parents across Britain for the aggressive indoctrination of LGBT and gender identity topics and the undermining of parental rights.

After attending a parent meeting at the school, Higgs took to social media to share her concerns. She shared two posts, only visible to her friends, with one saying, “Please read this they are brainwashing our children! Please sign this petition, they have already started to brainwash our innocent wonderfully created children and it’s happening in our local primary school now.”

In a second post, Higgs shared an article on the rise of transgender ideology in children’s books in American schools, noting that it is also happening in British schools.

Higgs said, “My number one concern has always been the effect that learning about sex and gender in school will have on children at such a young age.”

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