By Jonathon Van Maren
The sexual revolution reaches everywhere, and it doesn’t matter where you live. At the Queen Elizabeth II High School in Peel on the Isle of Man, an independent review has been initiated after children were left “traumatized” by a drag queen who was brought in to teach the students that there was 73 genders — and even forced a child who responded by saying “there’s only two” to leave the classroom.
The drag queen guest was part of a wider sex education curriculum that included “graphic, disproportionate, indecent presentation” of sex acts and “sex change” operations, triggering concerns from parents about what their children were being taught. Children at Queen Elizabeth II High School were, as part of the curriculum, being instructed in oral and anal sex and given details as to how skin grafts can be used in “sex-change” operations to create an artificial penis. One teacher allegedly taught “pupils in Year 7 and 8 how to masturbate.”
Angry parents launched a petition calling for an “immediate investigation,” stating that: “We consider the attendance of a ‘drag queen’ in class and alienating students clearly confused about the information discussed during this session wholly inappropriate. How, who and why was this guest speaker permitted to discuss gender issues to an inappropriate child audience and untrained adult?”