Transgenderism: Is It Child Abuse? 

Are children as young as 11 really capable of making life-changing decisions about their gender? Nine young people who all share a remarkable bond. Their stories raise one of the most controversial questions of our age…

1)   Charity Mermaids says it has more than 5,900 queries about exploring gender

2)   They have organised a prom for those aged 11 to 19 who have sought their help
3)   The Daily Mail spoke to nine participants, including 15-year-old Keaton Schubert
Read entire Daily Mail report here

Now watch the short interview with parents who removed their child from his primary school in protest at the pushing of the “trans” agenda. 

Comment: 

Is the lack of proper guidance for young people confused by the “trans” movement tantamount to child abuse by those responsible for the well-being of children, both at home and at school?  Why are these confused children not told that it is simply not possible to change one’s sex – end of discussion? Science confirms that a man is a man and a woman is a woman, and it’s just not possible for us to switch from being a man to a woman and vice versa.  So, what is this madness all about – it’s a direct attack on our very humanity, obviously … so how come it’s taken hold so quickly, and we  are now seeing otherwise sane people actually taking it seriously?  

Should Children be Banned from Marching in “Gay Pride” Parades?

The following email is the latest report from David Skinner, not a Catholic, but an activist “of no denomination”, who exposes the activities of the LGBT lobby…  

Editor Warning  – there are graphic, crude descriptions of homosexual activities in that part of the email below which quotes information from the Terrance Higgins Trust (THT). 
Note: 
these pornographic descriptions are included here only to underline the gravity of what is happening in primary schools – that is,  in the context of the brainwashing of primary school children in LGBT propaganda, organising playground “pride” marches etc.  The title of these descriptions are given in blue type, so you can avoid reading the details if you choose. 

Email from David Skinner…

Dear friends,

I received this report about Heavers Primary School , south London putting on mini Gay Pride Parade in the school.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/education/pride-event-at-london-school-axed-after-parents-threaten-protest-a3876841.html

The protests against this from a small group of concerned parents were treated with contempt . In order to stand four square with these brave mums and dads and disabuse the Head Teacher of the fancy that every parent in Britain is just waiting for their school to conduct similar celebrations of disordered minds and dysfunctionality, please write – POLITELY – to the Head Teacher, Susan Papas.

You may wish to use whatever part of my letter below:

LETTER TO HEAD TEACHER – HEAVERS FARM PRIMARY SCHOOL

Susan Papas,
Headteacher
Heavers Primary School
South Norwood

Dear Ms Papas,

I have read, in the Evening Standard of the controversy in which you find yourself, regarding the cancelling of the “The Proud to Be Parade,” and from experience, I know that no schools welcomes adverse attention in the news media.

However, I write to you in support of those parents, who because they did not feel that it was appropriate to have their children sexualised, were accused of being a hateful minority group. Do they not have a right to feel disturbed and uncomfortable with their children being exposed to things which are way beyond their understanding? Cannot children be allowed to be children, instead of being asked to understand the complexities and dysfunctionalities of fallen human nature? I would say this was mental and emotional abuse.

The children belong to the parents and not to the school, or to the state. Schools are in loco parentis, and should respect the values of the parents and not try to undermine the relationship between parent and child. Ultimately it is the parents who duty and responsibility of educating their own child on such intimate, sensitive and personal things. The school has no right to interfere unless they see that a child is disturbed, actively sexual or sexually abusing other children and even staff

The path you have taken, it seems to me, is the same as the lesbian, teacher, Elly Barnes MBE , who is presently an LGBT Schools Advisor for Birmingham City and Durham County Councils. From 2005- 2012 she was head of year and music teacher at Stoke Newington school, north London, where she organised mini gay pride parades around Clissold Park. The children would prepare for this by practising drumming, singing, dancing, making banners and even decorating caked with rainbow colours. It all seemed so much innocent fun. But what she was preparing the children for was to participate in Gay Pride Parades. It is only when goes along and sees with one’s own eyes that these are not environments in which to bring children – let alone adults. Prostitutes, sadomasochists, pornographers, transvestites, transgenders, transsexuals, naked men and women, men swathed and dressed in leather and wearing animal headgear, carrying whips and chains , strut and cavort to the deafening sound of whistles and heavy drumming. It is a scene of the utmost depravity and degradation.
These parades are not about love, but lust. They are not peaceful and joyful, but fascist, militant and threatening.

Elly Barnes said on ITV news and in the Evening Standard that she is determined to smash heteronormativity, in the school, the community and the home. What kind of language is that? She encourages little children to go home and dictate to their parents that they have no right to tell them whether they can be a boy or girl. She is preaching subversion and rebellion.

What the children are never told are the health hazards of practising anal and oral sex and all the other kinky and extreme behaviour peddled by the so-called sex experts. Though according the Office of national statistics gays make up only 2% of the population they are disproportionately represented amongst those with sexually transmitted diseases, and mental problems.

Public Health England produced this report:

‘Men who have sex with men (MSM) have remained the group most at risk of acquiring HIV in the UK.

In 2013, after adjusting for missing exposure category, there were 3,250 new HIV diagnoses reported among MSM; this compares to 3,230 reported in 2012 and represents the highest number ever reported in the UK….

New HIV diagnoses among MSM accounted for 54% of all diagnoses reported in 2013.
Both the proportion and number of new HIV diagnoses among MSM aged 15-24 years have increased over the past decade, from 8.7% (250/2,420) in 2004 to 16% (460/2,950) in 2013….. After adjusting for missing information on region of diagnosis, London had the highest number of new diagnoses among MSM (1,470), followed by the North of England (470), South of England (410) and the Midlands and East of England (340). Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland had 130, 80 and 50 diagnoses respectively, in 2013.’

The high mortality rate comes as no surprise when one sees the kind of activities being encouraged by one of the main LGBT charities, the Terrance Higgins Trust (THT). Commenting on this, Alan Craig, who at one time ran for Mayor of London, writes,
‘It works regularly in partnership with NHS trusts , received £200,000 from the Department for Education last year to train “100 disadvantaged 14-19 year-olds to become Sexual Health Champions who will then go on to deliver peer-to-peer SRE (sex and relationships education) sessions for 2,000 more young people”, and runs Sex Education Days for teenagers alongside local accredited youth organisations …..

But read this astonishing health information for gay men direct from THT’s website and easily available to all, including THT’s youthful followers:

Watersports: “Watersports means letting piss get on his or your body or clothes – or in the mouth, or drinking it. Drinking plenty of beer – or water, apple or cranberry juice if you want to stay clear-headed – makes sure your urine isn’t too salty and smelly.”

Scat: “Scat is sex involving playing with shit, maybe eating it, too. Smearing shit onto healthy unbroken skin poses relatively little health risk if the person the turds came from is free of infections”.  [Editor:  I spoke with a “gay” MP only a few days ago, when, as a side issue, LGBT lobbying was raised.  He held up his hand to stop me from defining “scatting” (two other people were present) when I expressed concerns about the way LGBT issues are covered in schools.  “NO WAY is scatting taught, he insisted.” rejecting my point that this sort of behaviour is described in the resources used in schools, it’s not about someone standing up “teaching” it.]

Fisting: “Fisting involves inserting a hand, sometimes forearm, into the rectum – occasionally going up as far as the lower colon… Fisting fans call it the ultimate sexual experience, giving intense feelings of trust and intimacy.”

Felching:
“Felching involves sucking (usually your own) semen out of someone else’s a**e – with or without a straw”

You will be a key stage in encouraging little children at your school into a dangerous lifestyle. The parents who complained about the gay pride have every reason and right to be concerned about the health of their children.

Ms Papas, you have said, “We thought we would celebrate Pride month so those children from LGBT families would feel included and to show the kids that children come from different families.” You are merely echoing what Lord Justice Munby of the Family Division, and strong supporter of the LGBTs, said on the 30th May 2018:

“In contemporary Britain the family takes an almost infinite variety of forms…. Children live in households where their parents may be married or unmarried. They may be brought up by a single parent, by two parents or even by three parents. Their parents may or may not be their natural parents….. They may be the children of polygamous marriages. Their siblings may be only half-siblings or step-siblings. Some children are brought up by two parents of the same sex. Some children are conceived by artificial donor insemination. Some are the result of surrogacy arrangements. The fact is that many adults and children, whether through choice or circumstance, live in families more or less removed from what, until comparatively recently, would have been recognised as the typical nuclear family. This, I stress, is… a reality which we should welcome and applaud.”

He was simply rubber stamping what the Marxist, lesbian, Elizabeth Wilson, civil partner to Angela Mason, 2nd Chief Executive of Stonewall, (1992-2002), wrote in the preamble to the Gay Liberation Manifesto 1971, which stated:

“The oppression of gay people starts in the most basic unit of society, the family…Formal religious education is still part of everyone’s schooling, and our whole legal structure is supposedly based on Christianity, whose archaic and irrational teachings support the family and marriage as the only permitted condition for sex…Yet although this struggle will be hard, and our victories not easily won, we are not in fact being idealistic to aim at abolishing the family…. the family unit …will not disappear….without a struggle…
Gay shows the way. In some ways we are already more advanced than straight people. We are already outside the family….We question however as an ideal, the finding and settling down eternally with one ‘right’ partner. This is the blue-print of the straight world which gay people have taken over…. we believe that the suffocating small family unit is by no means the best atmosphere for bringing up children. ..”

In February 2018, The MP, Fiona Bruce, in the House of Commons, said,

“Research from the Social Trends Institute into families with children under 12 shows that Britain has the highest level of family instability in the entire developed world. Family breakdown has reached epidemic proportions. If it were categorised in health or environmental terms, it would be a national emergency”.

Would you or the parent who said “The parade was about teaching the kids love has no label and celebrating love in all its forms”, promote the love of adultery, fornication, incest, paedophilia and bestiality in all their kaleidoscopic forms?

In 2009, The Telegraph reported:

“Children as young as four were among the pupils told about same sex relationships as part of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. During the talk children at Bromstone Primary in Broadstairs, Kent, were played music by Elton John and told he was homosexual. A string of parents have since complained their children were left “confused” and “worried” by the assembly.

Gemma Martin, 28, whose daughter Chloe, seven, and Danny, four, are both pupils, went on: “It’s meant a number of girls are worried about being friends with each other.
“Little girls often cuddle each other if one of them is crying or has fallen over, and now they are afraid to do that in case the others think they are gay.

“I think kids as young as four don’t need to know about that and it should be left to their parents to tell them when they think they’re ready.”

Michelle Cosgrove, 33, of Westgate-on-Sea, said a number of parents had felt the school had not listened to their complaints about the assembly, and they were treated as homophobic just for asking why they were not consulted.

Lorna Meloy, 38, added: “My nine-year-old daughter Melissa told me there was a photo of two men lying down together with their feet intertwined. ”

The loving relationship between Elton John and his fake husband, David Furnish is sordid. As one reporter, said, David Furnish and Elton… are now all over the net trying to prevent the story of their threesomes and open relationship being public knowledge, especially here in England, where a lot of people know, but it can’t be published “to protect the children” ! After using the kids for years as publicity material and playing happy families. So all those rumours of Lady David hanging out with hunky guys, escorts, personal trainers etc are true – while at the same time he was busy getting rid of Elton’s old retainers, and of course causing that fallout with Elton’s mother.

Are these the sort of role models we want for our children?

Twenty years ago, Section 28 made it illegal for schools to promote homosexuality. Since then attitudes have changed, not because of rational argument but because the political scene changed with Stonewall, the most powerful gay lobby in Europe, given free rein to dictate legislation to Parliament. A combination of the corruption of the cultural pillars of society, such as entertainment, the mass media, the arts and education, coupled with oppressive legislation that could send someone to prison for seven years, simply for saying something that might offend a homosexual, might have changed the views of society, but this is simply because the public have been intimidated to be quiet.

Those of us who have a memory of life fifty one years ago would never have dreamed that, following the decriminalisation of homosexuality and abortion, the relaxation on laws on divorce and censorship of pornography and the repeal of capital punishment in 1967, Britain would have slid into the degree of moral anarchy that we see all around us, resulting in the murder of nine million babies in the womb at the rate of nearly 4000 babies every week.; the spread of AIDS and HIV, principally amongst the gay community; rampant drug addiction; widespread mental illness and suicide; a breakdown in discipline in schools; children being sexually abused or abusing other children on an industrial scale; hundreds of children wrenched from their parents, put into social “care”, and sold off through the adoption agencies; sex trafficking; paedophilia; Satanist ritual abuse; a rocketing violent crime rate; a fundamental breakdown in societal trust and loyalty; a prison population that is the largest in Europe, the defilement and the sodomisation of marriage and a present generation, noted for its cynicism and nihilism.

I think you owe an apology to that brave minority of parents who justifiably objected to their children been corrupted and emotionally abused. I support them 100% and hope there are many more like them, otherwise our nation is doomed to extinction.

I am yours

……………………………………………….4TH July 2018

David Skinner

Our mailing address is:
David Skinner
PO Box 9133
Bournemouth, Dorset BH11 0GE
United Kingdom

Comments:

If you prefer to email, address your  message to The Head Teacher,  Susan Papas at office@heaversfarm.croydon.sch.uk

Consider this for discussion:  are we too ready to accept the LGBT “rights” message?  Shouldn’t we be much more militant – or at least be ready to openly condemn these alleged “rights”?  Nobody should be discriminated against in employment etc. Obviously not.  But should we be accepting of this fashion of identifying people by their sexual behaviour?  I think not.  What do YOU think?  And should children be banned from “gay pride” marches/parades?

Catholic Truth Goes To Ireland…

A small group of us will be in Ireland for a couple of days later this week,  leafleting in support of the pro-life campaign in the forthcoming abortion referendum.  

News updates will be posted on this thread, and any statistics on abortion in the UK that you think will help us when we speak to Irish people on the streets of Dublin on Thursday and Friday, will be most welcome.  Please post as many facts as you can find – we need to be well equipped to convince the “undecided” as, sadly, the humanity of the unborn child doesn’t seem to be sufficient in the face of the propaganda about the woman’s alleged right to choose.  We WILL do our best to counter this argument, since it’s not HER body that the choice is about, but about the body – and soul – of the unborn baby. Our excellent little leaflet highlights this fact, that the child being destroyed by abortion was destined for eternal life, known by God from all eternity. 

Above all, please pray for our trip – we’ll only be there on Thursday all day and then on Friday, the day of the referendum, so time is short.  We have organised 3,000 leaflets to distribute so we will be very busy during the two days. 

Our leaflet includes some details about Gianna Care – a practical pro-life group – so please spread this website around, send it to your friends and relatives in Ireland, for them to use in campaigning to save the 8th amendment of the Irish Constitution which protects the right to life of the unborn child. 

O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us!

 

Join Us For Public Angelus & Rosary 

In honour of Our Lady, Mother of Christ
In reparation for the calling of an abortion referendum in once-Catholic Ireland, and to implore great graces for the Irish people
as they go to vote in the polls…

The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary,
and she conceived by the Holy Ghost…

Join Us To Pray
Outside The Consulate General of Ireland
16 Randolph Crescent Edinburgh, EH3 7TT
on Saturday, 12th May, 2018, at 12 noon,
eve of the first Fatima apparition on 13th May, 1917.

Holy Michael, Archangel, defend us in the day of battle;
be our safeguard against the wickedness and snares of the devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
And do thou, O Prince of the heavenly hosts,
by the power of God,
Cast down into Hell,
Satan, and all wicked spirits,
who wander through the world, for the ruin of souls.
Amen.

Find out the truth about abortion here

There are already families and  individuals booked to come along,
so please make every effort to join us.

Our Lady, Mother of Christ, pray for us! 

May, 2018: Abortion “Rights” In Ireland – Be Careful What You Wish Vote For…

From the Spectator…

Ross Clark
14 February 2018

Most of the time I feel perfectly at ease in my own country, and that would be the case had we voted Brexit or Remain, Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn. But just occasionally Britain seems to me an utterly alien place – bizarre even. Today, Jeremy Corbyn launched his manifesto for pets. He wants to ban foie gras, make it mandatory for motorists to report that they have run over and killed cats, and pass a law giving tenants the right to keep a pet. I don’t suspect that he will encounter a great deal of opposition on these things – bar a token protest on the last from buy-to-let investors. Fox hunting aside, no political party in recent times has come to much harm by doing something to help furry, feathery or scaly animals. In the past 20 years, we have had animal laws by the dozen, controlling the use of animals in circuses and in advertising campaigns, laws against sow stalls and numerous others.

This would all be fine – I can’t say I have a problem with much of the above – if it weren’t for the utter refusal on the part of our main political parties to even discuss what seems to me a far more pressing issue for human beings: the rights of unborn children. With the honourable exception of Jacob Rees-Mogg, when did you last hear a frontline politician or even backbench MP dare to even ask whether our laws on abortion, and the practice of them, ought to be reformed (reformed, that is, in the direction of making it harder to have an abortion)? There seems to be an unwritten rule in politics that the issue must not be discussed, and that anyone holding views which are disapproving of current practice on abortion must be dismissed as an extremist or religious nutter. This is in spite of obvious evidence that abortion as conducted in Britain is completely at odds with the word of the law. Under the 1967 act that legalised abortion, it is clearly stated that it is only supposed to be used in situations where the mother’s physical or mental health is at risk or if the baby were to be born seriously handicapped. Few would even pretend that abortion is being restricted to these cases. It is over 20 years ago now, but the first question my wife’s GP asked her when she said she thought she was pregnant was: do you want the baby? There is little getting away from it: social abortion is routine in Britain, even though it is illegal. The law supposedly preventing it is treated with the same contempt as archaic laws ordering us to do archery practice.

There seems to me to be something desperately wrong here. A Martian looking at us from the outside might well conclude that it is a committee of animals which sets the terms of our political debate. How can it be that we swoon over baby chicks, calves, puppies and the rest, and yet seem blithely indifferent about the industrial-scale destruction of human foetuses?   Source – The Spectator

Comment: 

I’ve long marvelled at the intensity of the UK public over animal welfare.  I’ve seen grown women shed tears during a BBC discussion, upset at the killing of foxes – not the most endearing of animals. Yet, the same people fighting for animal rights seem to see nothing untoward about the cruelty of killing a baby in the womb.  Why is that?

Will Ireland  hold out against the evil campaigning of the pro-death camp, those who wish Government approval for the murder of the unborn?  If you’re still not sure about the use of the term “murder” visit this website and check out the terminated “material” …  Don’t duck the reality – look at the images, and then decide if you think once-Catholic Ireland should legalise this death industry.

Bishop John Keenan of Paisley Welcomes Latest “Fertility Breakthrough”…

HUMAN eggs have been fully grown in a laboratory for the first time, in a breakthrough that could lead to improved fertility treatments.
Scientists have grown egg cells, which were removed from ovary tissue at their earliest stage of development, to the point at which they are ready to be fertilised.
The advance could safeguard the fertility of girls with cancer ahead of potentially harmful medical treatment, such as chemotherapy.

Immature eggs recovered from patients’ ovarian tissue could be matured in the lab and stored for later fertilisation…

The study, carried out in collaboration with the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, The Center for Human Reproduction in New York and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, was supported by the Medical Research Council. It was published in Molecular Human Reproduction.
Professor Evelyn Telfer, of the School of Biological Sciences, who led the research, said: “Being able to fully develop human eggs in the lab could widen the scope of available fertility treatments.  Click here to read the entire report

On his Facebook page (screenshot above) Bishop John Keenan, Diocese of Paisley writes: “As far as I can see this is a potentially excellent breakthrough in fertility science. In principle, it is a great development if a woman’s eggs could be matured and made viable in vitro provided they could be re-implanted into her in readiness for fertilisation through the normal marital act. Obviously, this is quite different from IVF. 

Comment:

I have always presumed that ferility treatment meant treatment that made the woman fertile per se. These sorts of laboratory “test-tube” treatments do not appear to “cure” the woman’s infertility, merely find a way to by-pass it on a particular occasion. If I’m wrong about that, I’ll be pleased to be corrected. 

Otherwise, I’m afraid, I question why a Bishop would welcome such scientific means of achieving conception, instead of reminding us all that if we can’t get what we want, whether material goods or a baby, we must accept that, with holy resignation, as God’s will.  That was the attitude I heard from relatives who, sadly disappointed, were unable to have children. “Not to be” are words we seldom hear these days, with little to no encouragement from the average pulpit to accept this disappointment as, for His own inscrutable purposes, part of God’s plan for our salvation, His holy will.  Or perhaps you think that’s pie-in-the-sky theobabble? 

Does God Speak To Us In Dreams?

There’s a very good reason why we are often advised to “sleep on it” when faced with a decision. It’s possible to wake up with an entirely different mindset, glad that we didn’t act, as initially planned, since now we have a fresh perspective after a good night’s sleep. Add to the benefit of “sleeping on it” in terms of decision-making, it’s sometimes true that ideas come to us during sleep.  Against this backdrop, then, I found this article in the Scottish Catholic Observer by Father John Bollan very interesting – here’s a short extract, where he speaks of his forthcoming holiday and the need to step back from the noise and the fuss of everyday life. Prayer is, of course, the principal way in which a priest should slough off the cares of life, restoring balance and perspective. Our recently acquired ‘sleeping St Joseph’ statue is a reminder that sleep is also a door, not only to physical refreshment but also to that space wherein God can speak to us in dreams.”

The key question is that contained in the headline: does God speak to us in dreams? Any examples you’d like to share?

Note:  whether or not we agree with this young priest’s comments is not the purpose of this thread. If, like moi, you are green with envy about his holiday destination, having just survived the horrendous snow and ice that hit us in Scotland (and, indeed, across the UK) over the past couple of weeks, say nothing!  As you will see if you read his column, he’s quite stressed out enough without having the Catholic Truth Blogging Experience (CTBE) sometimes doled out, in true charity, of course, to the clergy.  On this occasion, we’re cutting him some slack.  What fascinated me about his column is precisely what is outlined here – the truth that God speaks to us, enlightens us, even as we sleep. Something we’ve never discussed before but which is fascinating… Yes?  No?