Thursday, June 12, 2008

Primary school teaching kids about homosexuality

Books with gay characters have been given to pupils as young as five to read in class. And older pupils in sixth class at the same Dublin school have received detailed lessons on gay rights.

Griffith Barracks Multi-denominational School has become one of the first in Ireland to give children gay literature such as 'The Sissy Duckling' and 'King and King'

The move is likely to spark a debate on teaching about homosexuality, especially as the Department of Education said last night that sexual orientation is not on the primary school curriculum.

1 comment:

The Reviewer said...

This is a fine example of political correctness gone mad.