- Sep 29, 2009
It's no more irrelevant than anyone else's personal view, such as yours.In this case, your personal view one same sex relationship is irrelevant because we are talking about whether the state position should be taught at a young age in school, it is not about peoples personal views on if those relationships are acceptable.
Plus you keep trying to link those relationships to anal sex, when this is only about the status of the relationship and not about sexual health.
Also, the state position is that schools are free to teach "lgbt lessons" or not.
It is down to individual head teachers, or school boards, or other groups to decide these things. In each case, it's a subset of the total stakeholders in a school community.
Now, the protesters are also a subset of the school stakeholders - parents who don't want lgbt content.
Your position is that one subset should triumph over another.
And as I have explained numerous times, a relationship which is premised on certain physical intimacy is one that is abhorrent to a certain subset. There need not be graphic or any reference to the sexual behaviour to trigger these people.