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Faith is no justification for discrimination

Call me reactionary or judgemental all you like, but I believe the son of the 'christian' parents in this story should be taken into care. They have withdrawn their child from a school because another child in the class has transitioned from male to female. ''Nigel and Sally Rowe said their son became confused as to why the child dressed as both a boy and a girl.'' If you ask me, they're the ones in the wrong. The Rowes are being judgemental and refusing to accept the was in which another person wants to live. Their discriminatory opinions are having an effect on their own child's education, which surely must be grounds for taking it into care. Such gross judgementalism surely has no place in modern society. Diversity and acceptance should be nourished. The way in which these people refuse to accept other people, and then claim to have been wronged when others point out their intolerance, really boils my blood.


[Edited 11/09/2017 at 13:57:10 - link issues]

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