A primary school in Warrington, England, makes children as young as six write homosexual “love letters,” as shown in a recent BBC video which presented part of the lesson and interviewed a teacher.
The lesson requires children to imagine themselves as Prince Henry and write a letter expressing their love to a male servant named Thomas, and asking to marry him.
Sarah Hopson, the teacher, explains in the video that the point is to indoctrinate the children to be “accepting” and teach them from a young age about the “diversity” in the world at large which they must support.
Bewsey Lodge Primary School, where the video was filmed, is known for taking pride in pushing cultural Marxism and sexual degeneracy on children, as evidenced by their acceptance of the ““Educate and Celebrate” Best Practice Gold Award” in June for its support of the LGBT agenda. It also has a gender neutral uniform policy.
The school’s website also loudly proclaims its intent to aggressively push gender ideology.
According to LifeSiteNews:
The school’s “Personal, Social, and Health Education” (PSHE) program seeks to “provide pupils with […] opportunities to explore, clarify and if necessary challenge, their own and others’ values, attitudes, beliefs, rights and responsibilities.” The program lists “Diversity and equality (in all its forms)” as one of its overarching concepts, with goals to teach students “to be a productive member of a diverse community” and about their “rights and responsibilities as members of diverse communities.”
Specifically, it calls for teaching about “sources of support and reassurance” for “diversity in sexual attraction and developing sexuality,” the “difference between sex, gender identity and sexual orientation,” recognition of “diversity in sexual attraction,” understanding “accepted terminology” on LGBT topics, the “need to challenge” “sexist, homophobic, transphobic and disablist language and behaviour,” and more.