A group of parents of so-called 'trans children' will sue the British Ministry of Education (Department of Education) for having routed their children towards the devastating medical transition.
In particular, the parents accuse the ministry of failing to provide guidance to teachers and of doing nothing to prevent a 'harmful' gender ideology, pushed by LGBT pressure groups, from taking hold in thousands of schools.
A crucial point in the debate on sex education - and the impending trial - is theexclusion of parents, denouncing the fact of not being informed by schools of their children's distress about sexuality and gender stereotypes.
One mother stated that when she raised her concerns, a tutor told her that the college "did not need to work with her" because her son was an adult at 16. "The institution ignores my e-mails regarding my son's guardianship, showing total irresponsibility," the woman continued. "The Ministry of Education must act now'.
Lawyer Anna Loutfi, who filed the lawsuit, told the Mail on SundayParents wish to submit a joint claim for negligence against the Ministry of Education for failing to act in relation to the foreseeable damage caused to children by gender ideology'..
Gender ideology is the belief that sexual differences are unimportant and can be changed or ignored. And under pressure from ultra-funded LGBT organisations such as Stonewall, is explicitly promoted in English schools: iThe definitively rejected Zan bill in 2021 would have wanted to impose it also in Italian schools.
The lawsuit comes after the publication of the Falling asleep at the wheel' report on the negligence of English schools in protecting pupils from aideological, harmful and mendacious sex education. A relationship that caused a prompt government reaction: Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has indeed ordered an independent enquiry on the teaching of gender identity in schools that will be completed by the end of the year (we told you about it here).
Education Secretary Gillian Keegan and Minister for Women and Equal Opportunities Kemi Badenoch are drafting guidelines that should require schools to inform parents if pupils want to change sex, start using a new name or wearing a different uniform.
The Ministry of Education stated: 'This guide will clarify the legal position of schools and theimportance of involving parents'.
Translation and adaptation by Maria Celeste
Original article here