|Australia has for a long time now followed the perverse and idiotic
cultural trends of America. The Americanisation of 'the land
has been tragic to say the least, and the subservience of
Australian politicians to American leadership has long been
Australia, the "lucky country", finally ran out of luck and corrupted itself when we became disillusioned with Mother England during World War Two and got into bed with Uncle Sam.
America of course, is not solely to blame for Australia's decline. Aussies have abandoned God in favour of pleasure and perverseness of their own accord, but usually at the leading of big brother America, a type of modern Babylon .... Keygar
The Australian Christian Lobby has condemned a move by a Sydney high
school to allow male students to wear female uniforms, and to let
students freely express what gender they identify with.
Students at Newtown Performing Arts High School have been told anyone can wear a skirt to school, and refer to themselves as either male or female.
They have also been told that anyone identifying as a girl can use the female toilets.
But while parents have welcomed the change to the school's uniform rules, the Australian Christian Lobby claims it is a step too far and that it effectively encourages children to make radical choices with their lives
The school, in Sydney's inner-west, prides itself on its progressive values.
In recent years the school has approved special requests, allowing students transitioning from one gender to the other to wear the uniform of their choosing, and to use the alternative toilet.
The difference now is that these students do not have to seek formal permission.
Maya Saric who is a parent with two children at the school, enrolled in grades eight and 10 said ...
"We've been told, through the children, that they're allowed to choose from either of the gender uniforms. If children are really struggling with that issue, then they shouldn't be forced into pigeonholes by the school. They're facing enough turmoil and change and crisis of their own. It's not really relevant what colour trousers they're wearing and whether they're wearing a skirt or shorts", she said.
Tony Ryan, another parent with two children at the school, enrolled in grades eight and 10 says....
"Change to the uniform policy means that kids who feel that they don't
fit into a particular category feel safe. And they've been told that the school has dropped gender-typing. The
child can decide for themselves how they perceive their gender."
But not everyone agrees with the school's decision.
"This whole questioning of what it means to be male or female and the idea that gender doesn't matter anymore, I think is radical gender theory, and it's finding its way into our schools," said Mr Lyle Shelton from the Australia Christian Lobby.
"I think people are wondering if this is where rainbow ideology and rainbow politics is taking us.
"Maybe we better take a second look at the whole agenda that is behind things like the same-sex marriage debate, etcetera."
Mr Shelton said he was also worried boys wearing skirts could be bullied.
"I think the thing to remember is that no-one should be bullied at school," he said.
"We have very good anti-bullying programs. No-one should be bullied for any reason at all. But these gender theory ideas go way beyond anti-bullying to almost proselytising and trying to encourage and instruct young people in radical practices.
A lot of parents are starting to ask questions about where on earth this rainbow ideology is taking us."