>>313996>There will be no exemptions or opt-outs to the policy, which will embed LGBTI inclusive education across the curriculum and across subjects
So, that's a solid no. The across subjects part bothers me particularly. I wouldn't care if it were shoehorned into tutor time or whatever, like every other subject deemed too minor to be a concern in day to day life or work.
If they really cared about tackling inequality, they'd stop shoving propaganda down people's throats and make them study subjects that are actually useful. I had a friend who was a phd comp sci, and she wanted some researcher job. She could apply for those jobs, because she was a phd, and studying gender studies would have effectively never got her there. What can someone with such a degree do for you?
Suppose OP's a faggot. Nobody is denying him anything, because that's discrimination, and he would find recourse in the courts, if he actually had an incident to pursue that wasn't conceptual in nature. And parading and demonstrating isn't going to put bread on the table for him. Giving him leaflets and dressing him in rainbow clothing isn't going to pay his utility bills. About the only thing teaching him about it would enable him to do, would be to teach others the same garbage. If that pays his bills, I wouldn't judge him too harshly, he's got to eat, right? But that doesn't entitle him to a captive fucking audience. What kind of world are we living in now, that someone can petition the government with basically>och, lad, woive studied this, gizzus classes or we kep making a foos
Most gay people probably don't even know. They don't care. More gay people aren't the sick fucks going on parades at the drop of a hat. They're normal people with normal lives, and they hate being represented as flamboyant caricatures of human beings on television. Why would they care? Because they have lives, they care about the practicality of things.