British Public Schools to Push Homosexual Curriculum
The totalitarian moonbattery that holds sway in British public schools has taken the final plunge into absurdity with a curriculum that features gay math, geography, and science. No matter what the subject, kids will be taught to revere the depraved and disease-spreading homosexual lifestyle. Examples:
Maths — teaching statistics through census findings about the number of homosexuals in the population, and using gay characters in scenarios for maths problems;
Design and technology— encouraging pupils to make symbols linked to the gay rights movement;
Science — studying animal species where the male takes a leading role in raising young, such as emperor penguins and sea horses, and staging class discussions on different family structures, including same-sex parents;
Geography — examining the transformation of San Francisco’s Castro district in the 1960s from a working-class Irish area to the world’s first “gay neighbourhood”, and considering why homosexuals move from the countryside to cities;
Languages — using gay characters in role play scenarios, and teaching “LGBT vocabulary”.
At least that last one should clue kids in as to what “mainstream” media figures like Anderson Cooper mean when they smirkingly denounce patriots as “teabaggers.”
As for tikes too young to comprehend these lessons,
the plans will suggest using images of same sex couples and also promoting books such as “And Tango Makes Three”, which is about two male penguins raising a young chick, inspired by actual events at New York’s Central Park Zoo.
It goes without saying that no one who isn’t profoundly sick would want to promote homosexual perversion to children. But in the final ghastly stages of cultural suicide by liberalism, profoundly sick is the new normal.
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