By Life Site News. A primary school in England makes children as young as six write “love letters” inserting themselves into a homosexual fairytale, according to a recent video from BBC Radio Manchester.
The Blaze reports that the video profiles a class at Bewsey Lodge Primary School, in which teacher Sarah Hopson has her students place themselves in the role of Prince Henry and write a letter asking male servant Thomas to “marry” him.
“This school teaches children about LGBT relationships from an early age,” text over the video explains. “This class of 6 year olds is learning about gay marriage […] all ages take part in LGBT lessons.”
Children are “going to go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find that at a young age as well,” Hopson told the BBC. “And the more they can be accepting at this age, you’re not going to face it further on because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them.”
Bewsey Lodge appears to pride itself for pushing the envelope in promoting homosexuality and gender fluidity to young children. It has gender-neutral uniforms, and its website declares that “any form of homophobia, transphobia and biphobia is unacceptable,” and posts a code of conduct declaring “respect” for anyone’s “gender identity,” “marriage,” or “sexual orientation.” (Read more from “6-Year-Olds Forced to Write Gay ‘Love Letters’ to Teach ‘Accepting Diversity’” HERE)
Principal Paddled Elementary School Students so Hard They Bruised, Charges Say
By USA Today. An Oklahoma school principal is facing child abuse charges after he allegedly used a wooden paddle to spank two elementary school students, leaving the boys bruised.
Indianola Public Schools principal Gary Gunckel, 50, was charged Friday with felony child abuse after a disciplinary incident that occurred at school, according to a statement from the school district.
Paddling is legally permitted in Oklahoma schools, and one third of the schools in the state report using corporal punishment, according to a 2016 report published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
A concerned parent contacted police after she observed bruising on her son’s buttocks, the McAlester News-Capital reports. The mother had given Gunckel permission to swat her son after the boy was involved in an argument at school, but the mother felt the bruising was excessive, the paper reports.
Another parent who’s child was involved in the argument reported similar injuries on her child, the paper reports. (Read more from “Principal Paddled Elementary School Students so Hard They Bruised, Charges Say” HERE)