Angry mom speaks out after school embroiled in drag queen’s gender dispute offered ‘graphic’ sex lessons
A parent at the scandal-hit school where a drag queen is said to have taught sex education has spoken of her anger after her 11-year-old daughter was taught oral and anal sex.
The girl, who left elementary school just last summer, was upset and disturbed by what she described as “graphic” content in the classroom.
And in another incident at the school, a boy was jailed for contradicting the claim that “there are 73 genders,” Mail Online has learned.
The concerned mum spoke to MailOnline after her 11-year-old daughter was taught about oral and anal sex in the classroom at the shelled Queen Elizabeth II School on the Isle of Man
The mother says her daughter is upset and concerned about the “graphic” content of the class
The 14-year-old boy was told by staff to leave the class and served a lunch break for “disruptiveness”, but he and his parents insist he is “just voicing his own opinion”.
An independent review has been launched at Queen Elizabeth II High School in Peel, Isle of Man, after seventh grade children were reportedly “traumatised” after being taught about gender reassignment surgery and sexual acts.
Angry parents bombarded the school with calls and emails after the children returned home, telling them about the graphics class – which some described as “more porn than education”.
This led to classes being suspended while the island’s Department of Education ordered an urgent curriculum review – and the news even made headlines in the United States.
The mother of a 7th grade girl said she couldn’t believe it when her daughter came home to tell her what she learned in class.
“When my daughter told me what happened, I immediately went to school and asked her what on earth they were talking about so vividly,” her mother said.
“Okay, I understand they need to learn about reproduction and the birds and the bees, but just stick with basic biology with a man and a woman.
“My daughter is just 11 years old, she is five years under the age of consent and is learning about anal sex and oral sex. What was the school thinking?
“It wasn’t age appropriate for seventh graders and certainly not required. It would have been good if the school had told the parents exactly what the content was, but we had no warning at all.
“Kids are just not mature enough at 11 to hear graphic content like this, it’s about nurturing the kids and we’re supposed to get them away from pornography, but here they hear all about it.
All Relationship and Sex Education lessons at Queen Elizabeth II School are currently suspended
“Teachers do not always subscribe to particular moral or religious beliefs, and while liberal thinking encourages diverse sex education, premarital sex and sexual orientations should not be mandatory.
“At this age, it should be left to parents’ discretion to decide what to disclose and encourage.”
The mother – who has other children at the school – added that the parents were also outraged to discover the graphic sexual content of the controversial curriculum.
She added: “The younger kids at school were told about oral and anal sex when they were 11! What the hell is that? It’s more pornography than sex ed class.
“It’s adult content and should be promoted as such, and yet none of the parents had any idea what was in the curriculum until their kids came home and started talking about what they were doing at school.
“If you ask me, it’s making little kids try to be different things just to fit in and leaving them confused as to where they belong.
“It’s like nowadays it’s wrong to think there are only two genders, and they want to make you feel guilty for thinking that.”
With her mother’s permission, MailOnline spoke to an 11-year-old girl who had attended class and said she was “sick and disgusted” by what she heard in class.
The girl said: “It was all very graphic and hearing about oral and anal sex at my age wasn’t very nice. I got sick and wanted to leave the class.
“It was gross and awful and a lot of my friends just tuned out because they didn’t want to hear about butts and stuff. Why do we need to know this at 11?
“We’re too young for this. I know we have to learn how to make babies and that’s fine, but I don’t want to learn about men kissing men and women kissing women, which was part of the lesson.
“Most of the class didn’t even listen to what the teacher said, some drew or just looked out the window. I think it’s because they couldn’t believe what Teacher was saying.”
Meanwhile, the 14-year-old boy’s mother said: “I’m all for people being different and don’t get me wrong everyone to their own but this gender malarkey is ridiculous.
“As far as I’m concerned, you can’t change biology, and I was amazed when I called the school to find out why my son was in detention.
“It is disgusting that our children are not allowed to have their own opinion, i.e. that there are only two genders.
“The teacher drummed into them that there are multiple genders and he just said, as he deserves, that he didn’t accept it and was punished for having his own opinion.
“There is absolutely no need to ram gender and pride down children’s throats, and the more it is done, the more alienated it is from the majority of parents and children.
“My son was told that he has to accept that there are more than two genders and if he questions that he will be punished, why? It’s just not on.
“He said he didn’t believe it and was punished. In my opinion that is wrong.”
The school has been embroiled in controversy since it was alleged that a drag queen was a guest speaker in a 7th grade sex education class in September last year – and told students there were 73 genders.
The school has insisted that “some aspects are inaccurate” but declined to clarify.
The island has a thriving drag scene with at least six drag queens, none of whom were involved in Queen Elizabeth II’s program.
Including Owen Atkinson, whose stage name is Fenella Beach. He previously wrote on his blog that he goes into high schools to chat with kids in their LGBT+ groups about his experiences. He declined to comment.
But one drag queen, who asked not to be named, told MailOnline: “It’s a small community of draq queens, no more than six or seven, and we all know each other and that’s caused a lot of problems.
“It set back the relationship we had with the island by ten years, and all because it didn’t happen in the way it was described. There were no drag queens at school, that’s it.
“All the drag queens on the island know each other and if it was one of us we would have known, we would have talked about it and we would have known but no one knows anything.
“It’s a unicorn, it didn’t happen and it’s having a detrimental effect on the LGBT+ community on the island. If you ask me, there is an agenda and hopefully the review will show that it wasn’t how people were talking.
“People just want to demonize drag queens and say that we’re acting on little kids and someone is taking advantage of a parent’s fear and we’re trapped in it.”
Charlotte Clarke, Head of Queen Elizabeth II High School, said: “Having viewed a video currently circulating on social media in relation to the school’s RSE curriculum and its delivery, we are concerned that the information shared a number of inaccuracies.
“In light of the concerns raised, and to be open and transparent, we have requested an independent review of the situation. As such, I am delighted to participate in the independent review being conducted by the Department of Education, Sport and Culture and encourage our community to avoid speculation at this time.’
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