Elly Barnes, founder of Educate and Celebrate, describes her organisation as a “charity” that “transforms schools” into LGBTQ-friendly places.
According to Barnes, that means the organisation is “predominantly training teachers” to be “confident in the language of gender identity and sexual orientation.”
The goal is to make sure LGBTQ ideology is an “every-day occurrence within the school.” But the “bottom line,” as Barnes puts it, is to train teachers to “completely smash heteronormativity.”
Sarah Hopson, a primary school teacher from Warrington, is a perfect example. Last year, Hopson told the BBC she conditions school children as young as six to accept LGBTQ ideology while they’re young and impressionable, so they’ll be less likely to accept a Christian view of sexuality later on in life.
“The more they can be accepting of ‘diversity’ at this age — you’re not going to face it further on, because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them,” Hopson said.
One method Hopson employs is requiring her young pupils to write a gay love letter from one male character to another male character. The school has also adopted “non-gender-specific” uniforms.
Sadly, in many instances, these activists seem more passionate about indoctrinating our children than we are about protecting and educating them. We must be aware of what our kids are hearing in the classroom and who’s training them. Because, as Jesus warned: “Every pupil when he is fully trained will be like his teacher” (Luke 6:40). And these activists know this well.