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Will This Sort Of Thing Increase Home Schooling?

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youngmafbog | 11:52 Thu 26th May 2022 | News
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And how does it go down with some minority groups? Are their wishes being respected or are they rode over roughshod like the rest of us?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10854227/Many-schools-handed-sex-education-classes-unregulated-groups-pushing-woke-agenda.html

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I wasn’t referring to any minority, Tora, the word was derived from YMB’s posts.
I don't think it will increase home schooling to any great extent - most parents have jobs to go to and aren't in a position to home school. I do, however, think a lot of children will be removed from those lessons - and for that I don't blame the parents one bit.
Oh bednobs, please don't post such a sensible answer!
You know it will not fit in with the gnashing of teeth and lighting of crosses!
//Bednobs "(this is primary at least, dont know about secondary) " - sex education should be in secondary schools only, it's perverted in the utmost to expose infants to sex education.//
when i said sex education i was braodly speaking. The curriculum is age appropriate. This year my 10 year old has been learning about periods, smelly armpits and so on to do with puberty. Not prostitution and BDSM! They get their cervarix injection when they are 12, so i would expect them to have some sort of knowledge about what it's for
ps i've been talking to my daughter about periods since she came in the service station toilets with me and asked why i was wearing a nappy. If that's being woke, or doesnt accord with your sense of propriety, i suggest you get over it (or just put my heathen witchy ways out of your mind)
bednobs, my children probably can't remember becoming aware of periods as they were always following their mother in to the loo. Just one of those things ladies deal with, the same way as men deal with shaving their faces.
A simple google of ‘sex education curriculum’ will point you in the right direction as to what is taught to primary school children in state schools - they will all have a policy on it, easily available to any one who can be bothered to read it.
i wonder how eu countries deal with the same dilema and are they successful, minorities erm what ones, lot's of them.
ZM has pulled out 5 examples of YMB stretching back 15 years, out of 24,482 answers and questions.

That's 0.02%.

Poor, very poor.
I suppose the obvious thing for them to do is send their children to Muslim schools. Schools are supposed to consult parents before setting out a policy, and they can be reasonably sure of finding other parents there who agree with their stand.
will some woke limp wristed leftie brain wash the children into not having babies ( before the age of 20 ?

Not in my part of the city where I live they wont
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Sandi, you are either a scammer, a prostitute or just weird.
//Bednobs "(this is primary at least, dont know about secondary) " - sex education should be in secondary schools only, it's perverted in the utmost to expose infants to sex education.//
when i said sex education i was braodly speaking. The curriculum is age appropriate.//

That's exactly it. Sex education is from birth. A 3 year old knows the difference between a boy or girl, and many will know that mummy has a baby in her "tummy" or be aware mothers can breastfeed.
That's all technically "sex education". It's very gradual from birth. Any "perversion" means it either isn't age-appropriate, or is from an adult mind thinking further than a child does.
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