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David Cameron

Schools should teach students about gay equality

by: teacherken

Fri Jan 29, 2010 at 10:43:23 AM EST

also posted at the Great Orange Satan

Imagine a political leader saying that.  In fact, imagine a conservative political leader saying that.  Imagine him saying:  

We do need good sex and relationship education. That education should teach people about equality and the sort of country we are - that we treat people the same whether they are straight or gay, or black or white or a man or a woman. It is important that ethos is embedded in our schooling.

You don't have to imagine.  It happened.  In Britain.  The words are from David Cameron, Conservative Party Leader, and the main probably possibly poised to become the next Prime Minister of the UK.  You can read about it in this piece in The Guardian.

Once upon a time conservatives in America looked at what the Conservative party in Britain did for their model of what to do, e.g. Maggie Thatcher on privatization.  Perhaps we can remind them of that as we suggest they read this article?

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