Scotland Child Overseers to Push Homosexuality, Gender Confusion

A controversial United Nations-inspired scheme in which Scottish authorities assign a specific government bureaucrat to oversee the development of each child, being implemented now, just got even more outrageous. In short, the government’s “Named Person” will be charged with pushing homosexuality, gender confusion, and more on the children assigned to them.


As part of the program, recently released government documents show that children as young as five will be encouraged by their personal overseers to decide for themselves what their “gender identity” is, and whether they are attracted to people of the same sex. That is all “healthy” and “normal,” authorities said. Older children will be taught that it is normal to be “preoccupied with sex” and to engage in “risk taking” and “rule-breaking.” Parents have no right to object to the state-mandated indoctrination.


Scottish lawmakers said the named overseer program was required under the deeply controversial UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UN CRC. Under the plan, children will be assigned a named government worker at birth to oversee their development, health, welfare, mental health, family life, education, well-being, and more until the age of 18. They will also ensure that parents are meeting government parenting standards. Now, details about what that will entail are beginning to emerge with the release of the first official plans.


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