Parent Backlash as Cross-Dressing Men Sent Into Primary Schools

26th Feb 2018

Parents have hit out at a Bristol primary school’s decision to bring “drag queens” in to condition young children against “hate crime”.

Concerned families told the Bristol Post that Parson Street Primary School was going a “step too far” in inviting Drag Queen Story Time (DQST) to read books promoting alternative lifestyles to their children.

“Lots of parents at the school are not happy about it but the headmaster says there’s no negotiation. He said if we don’t like it we should take our kids out of school on an unauthorised absence,” a mother who wished to remain anonymous told the newspaper.

“There are books dotted around the school about sexuality, they learn a lot about LGBTQ+ in school and that’s fine.

“But I just think it’s gone too far now and the head is using his position of power and influence to push this information on the children,” she added.

The curriculum of Parson Street Primary School is  ‘Live and Learn’, with the syllabus focusing on “preparing children to live in an ever-changing and diverse world”, according to the Bristol Post.

The academy was the first school in Bristol to be awarded Gold Practice Status by Educate & Celebrate, a nationwide programme which demands schools inject content promoting LGBT lifestyles in everything they do.

A number of mothers also accused headteacher Jamie Barry of being “vague” about which men will be attending the school on March 1, and what stories they plan to read.

“One of the drag queens refers to herself as Bristol’s Resident S***, these are children of between four and 11 — they don’t need to be exposed to that,” a mother remarked.

“They are adult entertainers, I just don’t see how that is age appropriate.”


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