UK: Homo Promo Rejected


Gay teacher resigns after parent protest

Assistant head Andrew Moffat leaves his primary school in Birmingham after a protest by parents who did not want their children taught that homosexuality is acceptable

When was the last time you ever heard a western politprop demand  that Muslims back off?

A gay assistant head teacher who wrote books challenging homophobia for primary school pupils has resigned after parents complained that they did not want their children “learning that it’s OK to be gay”.

Andrew Moffat was a target for protests at Chilwell Croft Academy in Birmingham from mainly Muslim parents. It is the latest in a series of controversies at secular schools in the city.

A dozen schools in Birmingham are currently under investigation by the Department for Education over allegations of financial mismanagement and Islamic extremism.

Mr Moffat resigned from Chilwell Croft Academy’s primary school in December and will leave his post later this month. He said some Christian parents had also complained.


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  1. A boycott we should support:

    LGBT group boycotts Beverly Hills Hotel after its owner, the Sultan of Brunei, will institute policy condemning homosexuals to death by stoning

    Brunei is planning to implement the Sharia Penal Code, which calls for the stoning of people who commit a variety of sexual ‘crimes’ including sodomy and adultery
    Currently, homosexuality is punishable by up to 10 years in prison
    The United Nations already has warned that Brunei’s new penal code violates international human rights standards
    The Sultan also owns The Hotel Bel-Air in L.os Angeles, The Crosby Hotel in New York, 45 Park Lane in London and Le Meurice in Paris

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