“We will cut out the classes that kids don’t need, such as transgender studies” – LNP Leader Deb Frecklington
For parents, the choice at the next Queensland election could not be clearer.
Compulsory radical LGBTIQ sex and gender-fluid education for children under Labor or the scrapping of this nonsense by the LNP.
“We will cut out the classes that kids don’t need, such as transgender studies”, LNP Leader Deb Frecklington told the party’s State Council on the Gold Coast last Sunday.
Ever since marriage was de-gendered, Queensland Labor has doubled-down on the transgender political agenda to indoctrinate children at school without parent’s permission.
Education Minister Grace Grace said last year that parents had to accept the “Genderbread Person” resource because of the so-called “marriage equality” decision.
And just last month, Labor’s Child Safety Minister, Di Farmer, announced to Parliament that so-called “Respectful Relationships” would be compulsory in all Queensland State high schools.
This program teaches children that it is a myth that they are born male or female.
Forcing children to believe something that is not true and that can lead to bodily and mental harm is not something a “child safety” minister should be doing.
Frecklington and the LNP are right, there is too much clutter in the education curriculum and radical identity politics only makes it worse.
With reading and numeracy standards slipping, parents will be cheering the LNP’s pledge to get transgender indoctrination out of the classroom.
Frecklington’s pledge to scrap transgender studies will also avoid future legal action against the government by former students with transgender regret suffering the side effects of harmful puberty blockers, cross sex hormones and irreversible surgery.
This article was originally written by special guest contributor Lyle Shelton. You can find this original post at www.lyleshelton.com.au.