LGBT-inclusive education

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The Tory MP who single-handedly delayed LGBT-inclusive education has increased his majority

Anti-LGBT+, anti-feminist Conservative MP Philip Davies, who single-handedly delayed regulations to make LGBT-inclusive education mandatory, has increased his majority in Shipley, Yorkshire. In yesterday’s general election (December 12), the MP held onto his seat and increased his majority by 1,561 votes. Earlier this year, Davies objected to the government motion that codifies new LGBT-inclusive guidance for relationships education in primary schools, and relationships and sex education in secondary schools. Under Parliamentary rules, a single MP can hold up approval on the measure, stalling its passage. In his speech he claimed...
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Pastor who said Pride is ‘harmful to children’ is suing primary school he worked at because his ‘religious freedom’ was violated

A UK pastor who said that Pride events were “harmful to children” is suing the primary school he also worked at as a caretaker because he said it left him with no option but to resign. Keith Waters from Ely, Cambridgeshire, made the comments on Twitter during the first-ever Cambridge Pride festival and was investigated by his employer, the Isle of Ely Primary School, in June 2019. Although the tweet in question appears to have been deleted, according to the BBC it read: “A reminder that Christians should not support...
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Boris Johnson says it’s ‘unequivocally right’ that children should be taught about LGBT issues – no ifs, no buts

Conservative party leader Boris Johnson has said that it is “unequivocally right” that children are taught about LGBT+ issues in schools. In an interview with ITV’s Paul Brand, Johnson was asked: “Do you think that all schools should teach LGBT equality?” “I do,” he replied. When pressed on whether there were any “ifs” or “buts” to his support, Johnson again reaffirmed his position. “I think it’s very important that in the UK today, which leads the world for our values, which we project around the world, it’s very important that...
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