LGBTQ ‘belief system’ not for school children, writer says

‘This kind of behaviour is not something children should be subjected to.’

I personally don’t care what the LGBTQ do on their own time. I do not want this type of belief system forced upon my grandchildren in preschool, elementary or high school. When they get of age, they can make up their own minds about their belief system etc.

They are raised to treat everyone the same no matter if they are disfigured or have any other disabilities. We do not believe in teaching them about people who have been born with the same sex or opposite sex identity. This is not for children!

I believe the gay parades are absolutely disgusting for the LGBTQ, they are half dressed, make fun of women with men wearing bras etc. This kind of behaviour is not something children should be subjected to. I don’t see any lions, tigers, leopards, elephants, giraffe or rhino with this behaviour, so what is wrong with the human race?

Perhaps it is time for science to find out what is going wrong!

S Dumaresq

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