Thank you for raising your voice for truth! Over the weekend over 1,200 of you protested and the Queensland government has responded by removing these links from the children's learning area.
We are thankful that together, and by God's mercy, this false gender teaching has been turned back ...however let's stay diligent.

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Last year the Qld Government made false gender teaching programs mandatory in schools. Now, in online learning during the coronavirus pandemic, they are pushing these radical resources into kids’ education.

Which is why I’m asking you to take action today.

The Qld Government’s [email protected] website now includes a list of resources that teach kids that they can chose to be either a boy or a girl.

Even when kids are learning from home, the Qld government is trying to sexualise children and teach false gender ideologies.

For example, resources tell students:

  1. That it is a myth to believe that “you are born a boy or a girl” (https://relationshipthings.com.au/respect/respecting-diversity/)
  2. How to sext: Things to think about re: sending nudes - Check out our tips to keep things fun and safe for everyone when you're exchanging nudes. Linked from https://education.qld.gov.au/curriculum/learning-at-home https://au.reachout.com/relationships/sex
  3. That gender identity is inside us - it’s how we feelabout our own gender. Students are told that they may have been taught that male and female are the only gender identities, but that this is the ‘binary’ view of gender, and actually, there are many different understandings of gender. https://au.reachout.com/articles/the-difference-between-gender-sex-and-sexuality

The Queensland LNP has said they will scrap these false gender programs if they are elected in October this year. But with the commencement of online learning, action is needed now.

It is time to push back on false gender ideologies and detailed sex instruction being taught to our children.

For too long, activists have used our schools to indoctrinate our kids and make them believe that they are neither a boy or a girl.

You can take action today by writing to the Minister for Education (Hon. Grace Grace MP) and Shadow Minister for Education (Mr Jarrod Bleijie MP) calling on these leaders to take action against false gender teaching and explicit sex instruction to minors.

Your voice will add to the growing chorus of Queenslanders who are sick of seeing false ideologies and explicit sexual instruction play out in our education system.

Join with other Queenslanders in saying NO to these harmful school programs.

Send this letter now:

To the Minister for Education, Hon. Grace Grace MP; and

To the Shadow Minister for Education, Mr Jarrod Bleijie MP,

With more Queensland children studying at home, it is imperative that the education resources they access, facilitates their learning and does not expose them to inappropriate content.

The Qld Government’s [email protected] website contains resources where students are told that their gender is fluid and not based on biology. Suggested resource links from the Qld Education [email protected] site provide students of all ages with detailed sex advice and information on abortion and the morning after pill (reachout website).

For example, resources teach students:
  1. That it is a myth to believe that “you are born a boy or a girl”. (Linked from Queensland's Education curriculum website – Stages of schooling – Respectful relationships – Years 11 and 12 – Gender and relationships *Relationship Things* website).

  2. That gender identity is inside us - it’s how we feel about our own gender. Students are told that they may have been taught that male and female are the only gender identities, but that this is the ‘binary’ view of gender, and actually, there are many different understandings of gender. (Linked from Queensland's Education [email protected] website – 'Learning resources' – Health and wellbeing – *Reach out* website – the difference between gender sex and sexuality).

  3. How to sext: Things to think about re: sending nudes - 'Check out our tips to keep things fun and safe for everyone when you're exchanging nudes'. (Linked from Queensland's Education [email protected] website – 'Learning resources' – Health and wellbeing – *Reach out* website – sex).

We call on you to remove this false gender teaching and explicit sex instruction from our school curriculum.