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New evidence of schools using horrifying sex-ed resources on our children

New evidence of schools using horrifying sex-ed resources on our children

New evidence has emerged of extreme sex-ed lessons being imposed on UK school children, which is now finally being exposed even in the mainstream press. We must stress that the content your about to read is highly alarming. 

Children as young as 12 are being taught about anal sex, and 9-year-olds are being taught how to masturbate, according to a recent report by Daily Mail Online. Their exposé details just how bizarre and sexualising certain common RSE teaching materials have become, including what The Daily Mail refers to as a “sex manual” for teens. Children have been given homework which teaches them how to pleasure themselves. The pictures in one “award-winning” resource for 9-year-olds are highly explicit, of young children (a boy and a girl) feeling their genitals, with their mouths open and eyes closed. 

The article features numerous reports of other alarming sex topics delivered, often to pre-pubescent children, and points out that this is a consequence of the changes in the law that made Relationships Education compulsory in all schools (with Sex Education also compulsory in secondary schools). As they also point out, teachers have not been given clear enough guidance or a set curriculum, and have tried to find resources online, turning to material produced by charities and organisations “harbouring unconventional views on biological sex and sharing material on their websites that references underage sex”.

Children as young as five have also been given colouring books featuring “non-binary” characters. This Mail article shows a picture of “Zoe” who is “neither a boy or a girl”, and children are asked to colour in this person with outlined breasts, moustache, rainbow tattoo and armpit hair. The resources exposed by the report have come from organisations such as Brook, Sex Education Forum and Corum Life Education.

Christian Institute have recently shared a presentation on various Pride and LGBT materials used in British schools.  Here is the link to their video Salt & light in education.  Posters of the “Genderbread person” have been seen on display in many schools. Alluding to the fairy tale, The Gingerbread Man, it teaches children how their sexual orientation and gender identity are determined by their feelings and thoughts. The Telegraph also reported the Genderbread person as “unscientific nonsense” when it was introduced to a training programme for civil servants in 2021. 


“The Gender Spectrum” is another resource that is being displayed in some schools. It’s a 1 to 10 scale, where a Barbie Doll (1) represents femininity and a GI Joe (10) represents masculinity, and children are encouraged to touch the number of the gender which they most relate to on that given day. 









An article in The Conservative Woman (TCW) recently commented how the “evidence is growing of a calculated strategy of targeting and indoctrinating children in the West, and of minimising parental influence”. It notes how the education authorities in this country are mostly following guidelines issued by the WHO, including their International technical guidance on sexuality education. It points out how the now notorious All About Me programme from Warwickshire County Council was in line with this guidance. This is the programme which taught children in Year 2 (age 6-7) all about the joys of ‘self-stimulation’, informing them how ‘lots of people like to tickle or stroke themselves as it might feel nice’. The programme has now been withdrawn, pending review, following complaints from parents and a lot of bad press; however, parents were not told that their children would be exposed to such explicit and age-inappropriate information, and, as the reports discussed have shown, such material is becoming increasingly widespread in schools without parental knowledge or consent. 

However, thankfully the signs are that parents and the general public are becoming increasingly aware of the problem and taking steps to resist. As the TCW also points out, for instance, currently the largest number of names for a petition on the UK Government and Parliament website is a petition calling on the removal of LGBT content form Relationships Education in primary schools. To date the petition has over 248,000 signatures. Here is the link if you would also like to sign it. No to teaching LGBT in primary schools.

The growing evidence of serious harm to children and young people illustrates the urgency needed for action in this area. The Daily Mail Online, for instance, in a separate article, have also reported that the Tavistock Centre, which is a transgender clinic in North London, has given out powerful ‘puberty-blocker’ drugs, which delay adolescence, to thousands of young people. A review of the medication has found serious side effects to these drugs and many youngsters have since regretted taking the sterilising medication. Dr Hilary Cass “raised concerns that the drugs could interrupt the process of the brain maturing, affecting children’s ability to exercise judgment.” The families of these victims are now trying to take mass legal action against The Tavistock Centre; however, as the article goes on to note, “Judges had ruled that under-16s could not consent to the treatment, but the ruling was overturned on appeal”.

With growing evidence of the increasingly explicit and sexualising material being given to children in school, including the promotion of unscientific gender ideology, as well as the disastrous consequences of the transgender ideology supported by the medical industry, parents can at least be encouraged that this is now also becoming a mainstream issue of concern. That means the time for campaigning for the restoration of natural parental rights, and lobbying our political representatives on these issues, has never been more opportune and it is important, for the protection of our children, to make the most of this new tide of public opinion. 


ParentPower Team

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