Safe Schools: tell concerned parents ‘tough luck!’

Safe Schools: tell concerned parents ‘tough luck!’ by Rebecca Urban. Safe Schools operatives have been coaching educators to dismiss parental concerns over the contentious sex and gender-­diversity program, asserting that parents are powerless to shut it down.

Victorian co-ordinator, Roz Ward, who has conceded that the Safe Schools Coalition program is part of a broader Marxist strategy to change society, told the national symposium in June 2014 that schools could ­ignore concerns raised about the agenda:

When people do complain then school leadership can very calmly and graciously say, ‘You know what? We’re doing it anyway, tough luck’!

She went on to confirm what critics of the program have long suspected:

(It’s) not about celebrating diversity; not about stopping bullying.

(It’s) about gender and sexual diversity. About same-sex ­attractive, about being transgender, about being lesbian, gay, ­bisexual — say the words — transgender, ­intersex. Not just, “Be nice to everyone; everyone’s great.”

hat-tip Barry Corke