The Swedish capital city, Stockholm, has earmarked eight million kronor (£617,091) to fund specific and dedicated “LGBTQ” lessons in primary and secondary schools. The lessons will “promote and broaden the acceptance” of LGBT issues among children.
“LGBT students are subject to more violence and threats (than other students) and they suffer more from health problems so it’s important that we deal with these issues at school.”
“This is long-term work and that’s why it is important to work strategically with these questions and that we include them in our day-to-day work [in school],” Navabi said.
She argued that “norms” must be installed in children as early as possible, preferably in school, so the young will be fully indoctrinated into a feminist, gender theory-based ideology by the time they are adults.
— Fi Storstockholm (@FiStorstockholm) August 27, 2015
Feministiskt Initiativ is a growing force in Swedish politics and the inspiration for Britain’s new Women’s Equality Party. They won 5.3 per cent of the Swedish vote in the 2014 European elections, installing the first feminist party Member of the European Parliament (MEP), and 3.1 per cent of the vote in Sweden’s 2014 general election.
The programme is due to start in 2016 as part of a wider push to increase the “awareness” of human rights in the city, and will be implemented with the help of Sweden’s national LGBT organization, the RFSL.
Sweden – in particular Stockholm – is well know for being a global leader in the enforcement of an LGBT and feminist agenda. Just last year, they introduced a new pronoun into the Swedish language and dictionary for transgendered and “gender neutral” people – something similar is now being considered in the UK.
So far, British schools do not have dedicated LGBT lessons in schools, but it is common for LGBT issues to be taught in Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education lessons.
Last week Breitbart London exposed a new document to “encourage” transgenderism in children as young as two-years-old being distributed to Cornish schools by the police, and a new book to raise “LGBT awareness” being distributed to schools nationwide.