Gay Sex Lessons Proposal for Kids Create Uproar In Britain

by VR Sreeraman on  September 20, 2008 at 1:40 PM Child Health News
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 Gay Sex Lessons Proposal for Kids Create Uproar In Britain
The proposal of teaching gay sex lessons to kids as young as five has created uproar in Britain.

The project initiated by an organisation called 'No Outsiders' aims to stop playground bullying and hatred towards gays.

Academics suggests that the kids should understand the "pleasure and desire" of same sex relationships.

A pilot scheme is already running in 14 primary schools.

Campaigners said that abolishing Section 28 - which banned the promotion of homosexuality in schools, has led to this.

"When an adult who is working in a primary school suggests that children should explore their sexuality, that should result in a complaint to the police," the Daily Star quoted Simon Calvert of the Christian Institute, as saying.

Family life author Patricia Morgan said: "The proposal is that primary school classrooms should be turned into gay saunas.

"This is about homosexual practice in junior schools. The idiots who repealed Section 28 should consider that this is where it has got them," she added.

Source: ANI
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