Parents face possible court action for withdrawing their children from lessons on gay and lesbian history.The objectees in the story are both Muslim. Remind me again of the rules of victimhood poker? Who trumps whom?
The parents, who objected to the lessons on moral and religious grounds, said the content was more appropriate to secondary age pupils.And it seems they have the law on their side:
Parents have a legal right to withdraw their children from religious education and sex education lessons – apart from science lessons which cover biological reproduction as part of the national curriculum.Hmm, yes,
Waltham Forest Council are going to have a pretty tough time arguing that material such as ''King and King', a fairytale about a prince who turns down three princesses before falling in love with one of their brothers' and 'And Tango Makes Three', featuring two male penguins, Roy and Silo, who fall in love at a New York zoo' is science.