UK: gender identity will no longer be talked about at school
New crackdown by the Sunak government after the Cass report which also warns about the risks of the social transition of minors, the so-called "alias identity" which has already been adopted by many Italian schools: in the classroom we will not teach as much as we can change sex and sexual education will be calibrated according to age. And never without parental consent

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After years and years that i transactivists of associations such as Stonewall and Mermaids they do the good and bad weather with their sexual education courses in English schools of all levels, Rishi Sunak's government announces today with Education Minister Gillian Keegan new mandatory guidelines for schoolchildren and students on these topics. In the classroom we will no longer teach that you can change your gender identity, as has been the case until now - even without parental consent - given the ongoing debate on such a controversial ideology to which the Cass report dealt a fatal blow. «Last year I stayed quite a bit horrified to learn what was being taught in school», says Sunak. Children are children and must be protected from concepts they cannot yet understand and understand. We will therefore return to teaching the biology of sex and not that gender is located on a spectrum. There are other important news: explicit conversations about contraception, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual violence and abortion can be proposed starting from 13 years old. First, that is starting from 9 years old, we will talk about conception, birth and respect for others, including suggestions on how to voice your concerns. At 11 you can move on to reasoning on what sexual harassment, revenge porn, stalking, grooming and forced marriage is. Parents will regain control over their children: they can view the material and choose whether or not to send them to class. “Parents can be reassured once and for all that children will only learn age-appropriate content,” Keegan said. MARA ACCEPTURA
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