Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

The ongoing sexualization of children in schools.

I’ve written before about Australia’s sinister Safe Schools Program, and its Marxist objectives to sexualize children at school. The key word in the program is safe. It is the go-to adjective used by progressives whenever they want to disguise their true intentions. How can you argue with safe? Don’t you want your kids to be safe? Truly insidious stuff as the natural assumption if you are against it is that you want to harm children.

But who is really harming children here?

From today’s Australian newspaper:

Government schools have promoted a gay school holiday camp that teaches young teenagers to “queer their ideas’’.

The Camp Out organisation is hosting the camp in Sydney this week for 13 to 17-year-olds who are gay, straight, intersex or simply “curious and questioning’’ their sexuality.

Camp Out — which describes itself as a “collective guided by queer politics’’ — sent registration packs to schools across NSW.

It encourages children to “reach out to queer communities’’.

“Helping campers to queer their ideas about the future is a key goal,’’ Camp Out says on its ­website.

Encouraging children to ‘reach out’ to queer communities is staggering in its potential implications.

“For us, one of Camp Out’s central missions is helping campers to imagine what their futures might look like outside of compulsory heterosexuality — to introduce them to ideas and people that ­better fit their own conceptions of their sexualities and gender identities.

They are trying to indoctrinate children into the idea that heterosexuality is not normal.

The final sentence is revealing:

“I understand those concerns and I know they are challenging ­issues,’’ he said. “But we can’t as a society stick our heads in the sand and think our kids aren’t exposed to these issues.

We trust the professional judgment of our teachers to choose the resources that are ­appropriate for their students.’’

 You see, parents? Your kids’ teachers know what’s best for them, much better than you. Just hand over the kiddies and they’ll see that everything will be all right.

A gay themed school camping trip. I wonder what they’ll get up to in the tents?

Today’s editorial in The Australian has much to say about the matter.

The sexualisation of children is not a method of domestic violence prevention. At worst it is an insidious form of abuse, often used by p*dophiles to groom their victims. Yet Daniel Andrews’s government has funded another program in schools that encourages adults to sexualise children and expose them to sexually explicit materials. Such behaviour violates common standards that protect children from premature sexualisation but the program is presented as an exercise in diversity and inclusion.

A timely editorial. I don’t have any children but if I did I would be worried at this point. And I’d seriously consider having a look at Home Schooling Australia.

In a very short time we have progressed from gay to queer to intersexual to asexual to cisgender and so on. What they are doing with these terms, and gender specifically, is to make them meaningless. By making them meaningless they can take control. What is another common family term that progressives have tried to make meaningless over the last 40 years?

Marriage. Let’s ‘progress’ from fault-free divorce to single mothers being ‘cool and ‘awesome’ and ‘fulfilling’, (we don’t need those useless fathers), to gay marriage. They don’t care about gay people being allowed to marry. They are using them to further their political social objectives.

What is it with them wanting to teach kiddies all this gay stuff? If you take them at their word then it’s to stop gay kids being bullied. But if we don’t take them at their word? I’ll let you figure it out.


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  1. tomas grace

    Australia seems similar to Canada. Economy based on resources…

    …tall poppy syndrome…

    …and an obsession with retarded left-wing causes.

    Sex-ed being one of them:

    • Adam

      I lived in Canada for six months back in 1997. The two countries are very similar indeed.

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