UK: Four-year-olds asked to 'choose gender' on primary school application form
Yes, this is really happening.
The Telegraph reports, “A council has written to thousands of parents asking them to help their four-year-old children to choose the gender “they most identify with” before starting school. Brighton and Hove City Council has written has urged them to support their child’s choice of “gender identity” in a letter confirming primary school places this week, the Sun reports.”
“It asked them to leave the gender section of a form blank if their child had “another gender identity” altogether. The letter was sent ahead of the new school year in September.
“Brighton and Hove City Council wrote: “We recognise that not all children and young people identify with the gender they were assigned at birth or may identify as a gender other than male or female, however the current systems (set nationally) only record gender as male or female. Please support your child to choose the gender they most identify with. Or if they have another gender identity please leave this blank and discuss with your child’s school.”
Article: Choose your gender... aged four, The Telegraph, 20/4/2016.
Every child comes from and needs BOTH a mother and a father. Same-sex "marriage" intentionally keeps either a mother or a father from the child. Government should protect the child through upholding traditional marriage.
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True marriage offers true equality for children. Every child comes from and needs BOTH a Mum and a Dad. Every human being has dignity and deserves respect. All sorts of relationships can be respected at law without having to change marriage laws. In fact that has been the case legally for many years. The simple fact remains though that not every relationship is marriage.