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Ms Deeming, 33, said educating children as young as 12 about porn and getting them to have classroom discussions about masturbation and sex was not appropriate and would not help to stop gender-based violence and discrimination as the program intended.
Herald-Sun, 30 October 2016 A MELBOURNE high school teacher says she would refuse to teach “lewd” material in the Victorian government’s mandatory respectful relationships program to be introduced in all state schools next year.
Moira Deeming, a teacher and mother-of-three, said she was shocked by the content and would rather be fired from her job than teach such “sleazy, unnecessary drivel” to her students.
To Prime Minister Turnbull, and State Premiers and Territory Chief Ministers, and Federal, State and Territory Education Ministers: We the undersigned object to any government permitting, promoting and/or funding the Safe Schools Coalition Australia (SSCA) program for schools.
We object strongly to: We the undersigned urge your government to promote and fund genuine anti-bullying programs that teach students to respect each and every person, and call on your government to defund and remove the SSCA program from schools.
– The Greens have committed to increasing Federal funding for the Safe Schools program to million.
They also seek to repeal religious exemptions allowing the state to impose the Safe Schools program on faith-based schools. Both have received Victorian government and the Federal government has provided million to SSCA. More recently, the program has been expanded across Australia to over 520 schools.
Parents have the right to determine what values they want taught to their children.
Check out which schools have signed up to the Safe Schools program: NSW; Victoria; South Australia; Western Australia; Tasmania; ACT; Northern Territory; Queensland; Note: Queensland and NSW schools in the program are not named on the SSCA web site.This petition will be sent to Federal, State and Territory governments promoting and funding Safe Schools Coalition Australia (SSCA).The Safe Schools Coalition Australia (SSCA) links to pornographic web content, sex shops, adult online communities and sex clubs. It is so controversial that the Prime Minister has ordered a review of the Federal Government’s funding for the program. The Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews, has declared that it is to be compulsory in all Victorian schools by 2018.All children have the right not to be bullied at school or online.
Anti-bullying programs must emphasise respect for each and every other person, not single out any one group as though only that group faces bullying.Parents have the right to decide when it is the right time to talk to their children about intimate LGBTI issues, not the state and not the school.