Teach 'the pleasure of gay sex' to children as young as five, say researchers

Discussion in 'Global Affairs' started by MuhamedAbdullah, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. MuhamedAbdullah

    MuhamedAbdullah New Member

    Children as young as five should be taught to understand the pleasures of gay sex, according to leaders of a taxpayer-funded education project.
    Heads of the project have set themselves a goal of 'creating primary classrooms where queer sexualities are affirmed and celebrated'.
    The ambition was revealed in documents prepared for the No Outsiders project run by researchers from universities and backed with £600,000 of public money provided by the Economic and Social Research Council.

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    The stated purpose of the project - which is operating in 14 primary schools - is to stop bullying and prejudice aimed at homosexuals.
    However, at a seminar at Exeter University tomorrow, supporters of the group will go beyond the anti-bullying agenda and discuss 'pleasure and desire in educational contexts'.
    A document prepared for the seminar and couched in convoluted academic jargon says:
    'The team is concerned to interrogate the desexualisation of children's bodies, the negation of pleasure and desire in educational contexts, and the tendency to shy away from discussion of (sexual) bodily activity in No Outsiders project work.

    'The danger of accusations of the corruption of innocent children has led team members to make repeated claims that this project is not about sex or desire - and that it is therefore not about bodies.

    'Yet, at a very significant level, that is exactly what it is about and to deny this may have significant negative implications for children and young people.'

    No Outsiders is led by researchers from Sunderland University and also involves academics at the Institute of Education and Exeter University. Books, puppet shows and plays are used to teach children about same-sex relationships.

    During the project, the seminar paper says, its members have 'challenged each other to go beyond imagined possibilities into queer practice'.

    The seminar will 'question the taken-for-granted of the supposedly sexless, bodiless and desire-less primary classroom' and examine 'the place of the research team members' own bodies, desires and pleasures in this research'.

    The discussions provoked a furious reaction from critics of the homosexual rights agenda. Simon Calvert of the Christian Institute said: 'When an adult who is working in a primary school suggests that children should explore their sexuality, that should result in a complaint to the police.'

    Patricia Morgan, author of studies of family life and gay adoption, said: 'The proposal is that primary school classrooms should be turned into gay saunas. This is about homosexual practice in junior schools. The idiots who repealed Section 28 should consider that this is where it has got them.'

    Project leader Dr Elizabeth Atkinson said the seminar had no connection with No Outsiders work in classrooms. 'The seminar is part of a long-standing academic debate and has nothing to do with schools,' she said. 'It has no connection with sex education.'

    Section 28, the law which banned the promotion of homosexuality in state schools, was repealed five years ago. Current guidance on sex education says it should not promote sexual orientation or sexual activity.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...e-gay-sex-children-young-say-researchers.html
     
  2. Abu Bakr as-Somali

    Abu Bakr as-Somali <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    ma3roof, in 20 years they will be welcoming pedophiles walla!
     
  3. Daniel

    Daniel TAFKA BM

    Notice how the gay agenda is subsidized by the government. So they queers are now using the state (and tax payers' money) to push their agenda on everyone else. I hope British tax payers see what is going on and demand that their tax money no longer goes to this "project".
     
  4. hearandobey

    hearandobey الحمدلله

    can we actually demand that sort of thing?
     
  5. Yasir

    Yasir لك الله يا مهبط الوحي

    We can lobby regional politicians as well as contact local head teachers expressing our concerns over the endorsement of such indecency. Those that have the time should consider becoming governors in local schools which allows them to have a greater and more effective input into aspects of education approved in the curriculum.
     
  6. Abu Bakr as-Somali

    Abu Bakr as-Somali <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    If you dont pay tax you go to Jail even if you have to pay money so that they can close down mosques. Welcome to Democracy.
     
  7. Daniel

    Daniel TAFKA BM

    I don't know how it works in the UK, but I imagine it isn't to different from the US in this regard. Perhaps AZ or one of the other politically active UK brothers can describe in detail how one would go about challenging this. I think brother Yasir point out somethings that can be done. I would also suggest cooperating with like-minded non-Muslim groups (conservative Christians and Jews) who too would oppose the state being used to push a homosexual agenda on school children.
     
  8. hearandobey

    hearandobey الحمدلله

    jazakumAllahu khayran, i will definitely keep this in mind. this homosexual promotion stuff is quite old i can remember two years ago (i think it was you brother mujahid) when an article was posted here about how schools want to start including gay stories in the curriculum so that children normalise to it. i had a look at the comments section of the article and it seemed like a lot of people were unhappy with it as well.
     
  9. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    Oddest story I have ever come across , and the reasons they give for wanting to teach this are really bizarre.
     
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  10. MuhamedAbdullah

    MuhamedAbdullah New Member

    One of the worst things I find about this is the very young age at which they seek to expose kids to this - 5 years old. Children at that age should not be exposed to any sex never mind gay sex.
     
  11. SufiB

    SufiB New Member

    I think this is a very bad idea. One of the reason Muslims in West have lot of credibility is we don't get involved in their politics and their domestic issues. I advocate that Muslims in western countries should be completely apolitical and concentrate purely on tabligh, propogation of Islam. On the other hand, the christian and jewish groups you mentioned have lost all credibility because they have steeped into politics, and when you steep into politics, especially of such an immoral society as Europe, you will become tainted by it in some way. Best to keep totally aloof from the system. Getting involved in the system is actually tacitly approving of it.
     
  12. Abu Treika

    Abu Treika Magoo

    we live here, their domestic issues and political issues affect us directly, would it be wise to become passive impotents with regards to domestic and political affairs like you're suggesting?
     
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  13. isha-h

    isha-h New Member


    Exactly !!! i dont know any parent muslim or non-muslim who would accept this being taught to their child, especially at that age. Why are they constantly reducing the age at which they feel our children should be taught sex education ?? i remember doing this in high school but now its taught in primary schools, children do not need to be exposed to this at that age.
     
  14. Abu Abdallah al-Bulghari

    Abu Abdallah al-Bulghari <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    I hope they will be guided by Allah. I have very little hope that they will understand this without submitting to the One who created their bodies.
     
  15. SufiB

    SufiB New Member

    We should regard ourself as strangers in a strange land, guests who are taking advantage of their hospitality. You are right that some things are going to effect us directly, and obviously in those matters we won't have a choice but to raise our voice. However, most of these political issues dont effect us directly, so we should not get involved, because like I said involvement in the system is tacit approval of it. If they want to brainwash their children with gay propoganda let them do it. We should only invite them to accept Islam on individual basis. Dawat-e-Islami is an excellent example of it. A completely apolitical organization which propogates total "madani inqilab" of the heart and helps to cultivate necessary Islamic beliefs and manners in the individual.

    Now look at Muslim groups which get involved in their internal politics, they get a bad name because they become target of the media blame game and indirectly this tarnishes the beautiful image of Islam. All these associations, councils, committees, etc., they are a wasted effort which is doing nothing for the service of Allah Azza wa Jal, but rather the opposite. Practical as well as ideal approach is to change the society from grassroots level, this is also the way of Nabi (alaihi salatu wa salam), and should be our way as well.

    If we are constantly getting involved in their political affairs, our credibility is actually going down the drain. Than when an important issue arises directly effecting all Muslims and we raise our voice as usual it is not treated with due amount of respect. This is what happened in France when the government banned girls from observing hijab in public schools. When Muslims raised their voice it was not counted for much. Had the Muslims of France been totally aloof from French politics, and than collectively raised their voice on this issue very loudly they would have had greater effect.
     
  16. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    Enjoin the good and forbid the evil in society and that means any society , that is something that's incumbent on the muslims.
     
  17. islamicR

    islamicR New Member

    I tend to agree with you sufiblade. Whats the point anyway when everything in regards to their system is kufr. Send our kids to Islamic schools, teach them Islam at home so they don't get deviated when exposed to these filth, etc. whatever it takes. Its easier than participating in discussion with the kuffar, trying to tell them what to do in their own home.

    they can try... I doubt any of us would let them akhi. Especially when they're trying to teach the 'PLEASUREs' of being a fruitcake.
     
  18. islamicR

    islamicR New Member

    All this anti-homo stuff will come naturally after they have accepted Islam insha allah. How would you try to convince someone of the filth of gay-ism when they don't even belief in the same god as you? The kuffar believe that it is not against the law, and whoever thinks the opposite to them has a backward mentality. The only reason why most of us hate it is because its against Islamic law.
     
  19. Abu Treika

    Abu Treika Magoo

    dawat e islaami is the green turban group who have a big following in pakistan, those guys propogate shirk, they are not an example for us as their religion goes against tawheed
     
  20. SufiB

    SufiB New Member

    Dawat-e-Islami propogates tawheed not shirk.
     

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