Christian advocacy group FamilyVoice Australia has welcomed a decision by the South Australian government to rewrite the safe schools curriculum, but says greater reforms are needed.
“This is a breakthrough for parents who are deeply concerned by the exposure of young children to highly sexualised material,” said National Director Ashley Saunders.
“We are all against bullying, but the safe schools curriculum was all about normalising and effectively promoting the same-sex agenda.”
FamilyVoice has urged the South Australian State government to cancel the entire program, as occurred recently in NSW and Tasmania.
“The program must start from scratch with genuine anti-bullying strategies that do not simply target bullying related to sexuality,” he said.
“Parents are also sick of government weakness about mainstream media promotions of the same-sex agenda.
“State Attorneys-General must work together to tackle the exposure of children to sit-coms and other TV shows that expose young children to inappropriate content.”
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