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    School has 6-year-olds write gay love letter to promote diversity (Video)

    Updated: December 14, 2019 at 6:20 pm EST  See Comments

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    Not that there’s necessarily anything wrong with that! In fact, according to gay advocacy site PinkNews, the only problem with the assignment is the negative reaction it has engendered on the right:

    The video prompted a number of anti-LGBT outlets, including Lifesite News, InfoWars and Breitbart, to unleash a wave of fury against the school, which was recognised for its LGBT-inclusive education with an award from the charity Educate and Celebrate in July.

    The video in question was posted on Facebook by the BBC and depicts young students from Bewsey Lodge Primary School in the UK “imagining themselves in the role of Prince Henry, who wants to profess his love for and gay marry his man servant ‘Thomas.’”

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    The author of the PinkNews piece, Nick Duffy, notes that the school’s headmistress, Emma Wright, “responded to the vitriol in the comments below the video: ‘I don’t normally comment on social media however I feel compelled to share some thoughts. It is interesting to read how many people have sexualised the content of our curriculum.’”

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