Eight Key Queries About Safe Schools, by Liz Walker of the Youth Wellbeing Project.
Whilst there is a considerable number of adolescents who will be attracted to a person of the same sex, by adult years this number drops considerably. Why is this not mentioned at all in the curriculum?
Lesson 3 states that the average age of coming out is 16. Why isn’t it mentioned that over half of young people who think they may be same-sex attracted are going through a stage of experimentation and do not experience anything other than a crush that lasts for a short period of time?
Many gender-questioning young people do not progress to transitioning and settle into same-sex or bisexual relationships. Why is this not mentioned in the curriculum?
Read it all. As usual with the politically correct, the problem is not so much what they say but what they omit.