Children as young as six were forced to write a "gay love letter" in the name of promoting diversity at a primary school in England, according to LifeSiteNews.
Video released from BBC Radio Manchester shows a class at Bewsey Lodge Primary School where students were asked by their teacher to imagine themselves as Prince Henry writing a letter to his male servant, Thomas, asking for his hand in marriage.
"This school teaches children about LGBT relationships from an early age," the video explains. "This class of 6-year-olds is learning about gay marriage [...] all ages take part in LGBT lessons."
The teacher, Sara Hopson, told the BBC that the children are "going to go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find that at a young age as well. And the more they can be accepting at this age, you’re not going to face it further on because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them."
Bewsey Lodge pushes a radical pro-LGBT agenda by requiring students to wear gender-neutral uniforms with a "Personal, Social, and Health Education" (PSHE) program that seeks to "provide pupils with [...] opportunities to explore, clarify and if necessary challenge, their own and others’ values, attitudes, beliefs, rights and responsibilities."
As noted by LifeSiteNews, the school also received an "Educate and Celebrate" Best Practice Gold Award for its pro-LGBT work.