The said lessons are part of "Schools Diversity Week," which is going to be held from June 26 to 30 in all primary and secondary schools across the United Kingdom. The said event is coordinated by the LGBTQ+ charity Just Like Us (JLU). According to the event guide, more than 5,000 schools have already signed up.
Amy Ashenden, the organization's interim chief executive claimed that no young person should feel afraid of going to school because of who they are or the make-up of their family. Ashenden also thanked their headline sponsor JPMorgan Chase for supporting the charity and enabling them to provide free resources to schools.
Andrea Williams of the advocacy group Christian Concern fears that "thousands of children will be indoctrinated with extreme gender ideology this summer without the knowledge of their parents."
JLU's survey focusing on young people's attitudes toward LGBT-inclusive education revealed that out of 3,695 adults aged 18 to 25, 74 percent said children should learn about LGBTQ+ people in early education. As per the survey, 44 percent of LGBTQ+ young adults think children should learn LGBTQ+ identities; 30 percent think they should learn about the topic in pre-school or earlier; and 37 percent of non-LGBTQ+ young adults think LGBTQ+ inclusive education should start in primary school or nursery.
In the U.S., President Joe Biden's administration has been adamant in pushing for the celebration of diversity and inclusion. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre even lauded LGBTQ kids in a press conference.
"LGBTQIA-plus kids are resilient. They are fierce. They fight back. They're not going anywhere. And we have their back. This administration has their back," she assured.
LGBTQ+ inclusive education is already part of the curriculum and is taught in many primary schools across the United States.
Forty-three percent of Americans think acceptance of transgenderism has gone too far, according to a March poll funded by the Wall Street Journal and conducted by independent social research organization NORC at the University of Chicago. (Related: Survey: 43% of Americans think acceptance of transgenderism has gone too far.)
The survey, which had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points, engaged 1,019 people from March 1 to 13 and found that more than four in every 10 respondents say that society has been too far accepting of transgenders.
Now, the transgenders have become bolder in their protests. They even bully those who oppose their views.
For example, former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines, who spoke at San Francisco State University on April 6 about her views opposing the inclusion of transgender athletes in women's sports, was struck on her shoulder and face and held for three hours in a room by trans activists.
Follow Groomers.news for more news about the indoctrination of young children with LGBTQIA ideologies.
Watch the recent episode of "Highwire" where Del Bigtree and Jefferey Jaxen discuss how the trans movement has gone too far.
This video is from the Highwire with Del Bigtree channel on Brighteon.com.