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  • Reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    UK Judge Forbids Parents To Protest Outside Schools Against Sodomy Lessons For Children


    UK Judge Forbids Parents to Protest Outside of Schools Against Sodomy Lessons for Children





    A UK judge ruled that protests from parents frustrated that their children are too young to be taught about LGBT politics have been permanently banned outside the school. High Court judge Mr. Justice Mark Warby granted a request made by Birmingham City Council, who sought a court order to impose restrictions on demonstrations at the school and extend the exclusion zone around Anderton Park which forbids their right to protest. Justice Warby stipulated that the restriction "does not amount to unlawful discrimination against the protesters". Under the 2010 Equalities Act, schools must prevent any unlawful discrimination based on the characteristics of students, including their religious beliefs, and ensure that parents are aware of the content being taught to their children.

    Those who oppose the introduction of LGBT classes claim that they are against their religious beliefs and that their children are too young to be subject to the "sexualisation" of education. While the classes were opposed by members of both the Christian and Muslim communities, the majority of the protesters were of the Muslim faith and have been staging regular demonstrations outside the school in recent years outside of Anderton Park Primary School in Birmingham. Before the ban, the crowds could be seen shouting slogans and insisting that same-sex relationships stand in contradiction to their families' religious beliefs. Paul Whiteman, the general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, said that the decision made it “abundantly clear” that the school entrance was no place for a protest.



    “We want our children to learn about equality but this needs to be done in ways that are age appropriate and that is in consultation with parents." “There was no prior consultation before children were sent home with Princess Boy books", he said to the court. "Parents feel as if they (the school) are teaching children of Ibrahamic faith that homosexuality is acceptable. That is different from saying homosexuals exist."


    In March, up to 600 children of both Christian and Muslim families were kept home from Parkfield in response to the “No Outsiders” program being taught there to children of ages 4 to 11.The classes include lessons incorporating same-sex relationships, transgender issues, and LGBT rights, with plans by the Department of Education to make them compulsory by 2020.

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