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Scotland: Children allowed to change gender from age 4 without parental consent

The Scottish government has just released a 70-page document to its teachers, urging them in particular to encourage children from the age of four to change their first name and gender in the classroom if they wish.

Published: August 14, 2021, 11:22 am

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    This is “very very disturbing” news, said Marion Calder, co-director of a Scottish feminist militant group. As the British newspaper The Telegraph reported, the Scottish government has just taken a big step forward in advancing LGBT ideology and its transgender variant.

    Specifically, the Ministry of Education released, on Tuesday, August 10, a 70-page document encouraging teachers to let children “come out as transgender” from the age of four. The report, co-written with the very active LGBT association Stonewall, even stipulated that if children expressed the wish to change their first name, pronouns or gender in class, their teachers must not only accept it, but also encourage them in this way. And, the icing on this putrid cake, is that parental consent would no longer be considered necessary, including for very young children.

    “These children are now encouraged to pursue medical care, potentially for the rest of their lives. We should not teach children, and especially children in primary schools, that they can change their sex, because they cannot change their sex,” insisted Marion Calder.

    The report issued by the government does not stop there. They appear to be fully committed to the cause of transsexualism, and recommended that Scottish schools allow students to use the toilets and changing rooms however they want, adopt gender neutral uniforms, and include trans characters in lessons and homework. “Progress”, it seems, knows no bounds.

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