Boys as young as five should be allowed to wear tiaras and high heels if they want to, the Church of England is telling schools in it's first advice on transphobic bullying.Children should not be limited by their gender when growing up, the guidance published on Monday says, so girls should be able to wear a fireman's helmet and a tool belt when dressing up free from criticism, it adds.The document issues official advice for the CofE's 4,700 schools and updates previous guidance on homophobic bullying to include biphobic and transphobic abuse.'Children should be at liberty to explore the possibilities of who they might be without judgment or derision,' it says.'Children should be afforded freedom from the expectation of permanence. They are in a "trying on" stage of life, and not yet adult and so no labels need to be fixed.'To accommodate trans pupils schools should avoid 'an inflexible uniform policy that creates a particular difficulty for trans pupils', make changes to toilet facilities and offer support to allow children to be referred to as 'he' or 'she' as they wish, the document says.from: http://goo.gl/6eN9MP
_________________SI Moderator - Greg
Whats the key similarity between child sex trafficking and Statements issued from the C of E concerning trans, biphobic children? The answer, Those in sex trafficking suffer sexual exploitation those approving of trans and bi children are permitting sexual exploitation. The difference? Yes, the ones approved by the C Of E make it illegal to speak against the sexual exploitation of children.
I hope you all realize what this is really all about? It isn't tutus and high heels or tool belts and freedom of expression. It's all about indoctrination into sexual perversion, so the child takes it home, then when he/she ( there is no other)goes to church and hears the preacher talk bad about homosexual, trans, bi or other...little bobby or little suzie runs to school and says " my mommy and daddy hate homosexuals, trans or bi at my church"...thereby giving the state an entrance into the Church by way of "protecting the children from intolerance". Now the church either shuts up...or loses congregants by the droves because they fear the loss of their children. In this way the family unit is broken and little spies are made for the state.
Just as parents in America are paying dearly for their sin of ignorance by sending their children to the state to be educated, so are these. If sin were met at the door, and the parents would slam the door in its face, the children might be spared, and God pleased. But, a long time ago, the devil dressed himself up in an educators suit, and smooth talked his way into homes with eloquent speech and persuaded us all that it'd do them good. Socialization and indoctrination has had its effect upon the nation.See you in school...