Scottish primary schools collaborate with LGBT charity to push gender identity groups on children

Scottish primary schools are appointing children as "LGBT champions" and are asking them about their gender identity as young as the age of four.

This includes whether or not they identify as gay, lesbian, or transgender, The Telegraph reports.

Documents obtained by the paper reveal that schools are forming "gender and sexual orientation alliance groups" and LGBT clubs for students as a condition of participating in a program administered by the nonprofit organization LGBT Youth Scotland.

The nonprofit, which offers a letter template and online guidance for kids who wish to alter their gender at school, must train school staff as part of the program.

Schools that sign up for the program are required to designate two staff members and two students as "LGBT champions."

Additionally, they are asked to think about conducting a poll among students to inquire about their membership in the LBGT community and determine whether bullying "affects those pupils proportionally within the school."

Furthermore, teachers are encouraged to build gender-neutral restrooms and to honor Transgender Remembrance Day, the paper reports.

A Scottish government spokesperson welcomed the LGBT Youth nonprofit and called the group's efforts "important."
 

"We are committed to doing everything we can to make Scotland the best place to grow up for LGBTQI+ young people. This includes funding LGBT Youth Scotland to deliver a range of projects, such as the LGBT Charter programme," the spokesperson said, according to the Daily Mail.

"This work is particularly important at a time when we are seeing a rise in attacks against the LGBTQI+ community," they added.

Meanwhile, a prominent doctor in the UK, Dr. Hillary Cass, conducted a recent study that revealed the gender-identity movement has harmful effects on children, and that allowing children to change genders was built on weak foundations.

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak welcomed the report and urged the need for "extreme caution" when it comes to treating children who believe they may be transgender.


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