Part 3. What comes after same-sex marriage? You only have to look to the countries that have already redefined the institution to get an idea.
Vishnitz Girls School in north London, is a private, Jewish, all-girls school, for children aged three to eight. The school, which has more than 100 pupils, faces closure after failing a third inspection by the Office of Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills.
According to the inspectors, the school has denied their students, “a full understanding of fundamental British values” and “restricts [their] spiritual, moral, social and cultural development…” How has the school done this? By choosing not to teach their students about homosexuality and gender reassignment.
And yes, I said ages three to eight.
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