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‘The Reason I Jump’ is a stunning film (& not just for parents of autistic youngsters) that leaves us all asking ‘what’s normal?’

In just 82 minutes of his just-released documentary, The Reason I Jump, director Jerry Rothwell contributes more to understanding autism for parents, like myself, who have children affected by this infuriatingly puzzling condition, than the busload of experts we have met over the last 20-odd years.  Focusing on the lives …

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Trans propaganda has no place in our schools, fortunately parents and the government in the UK are waking up to this brainwashing

Stonewall, the LGBTQ equality charity, is haemorrhaging support. A number of high profile institutions, including the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Channel 4 television, Ofsted and the DVLA, have withdrawn from its diversity champions programme. The government’s Equalities Minister Liz Truss has urged Whitehall departments to cut ties with Stonewall …

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Stonewall shakedown: LGBT charity wants govt to call mothers ‘parents who gave birth,’ or risk exclusion from ‘equality list’

As LGBT groups go, Stonewall is held in high regard. Multiple corporations, universities and government departments, including the Ministry of Justice, MI6, and the Greater London Authority, pay more than £2,500 ($3,542) per year to become “diversity champions” – a badge that earns them advice from Stonewall on all things …

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Parents sue Los Angeles teachers union & school district for ‘holding children hostage’ to political agenda with ongoing closures

The suit, which was filed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court, accuses the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) of breaching its responsibility to students by letting teachers dictate when schools shuttered amid Covid-19 pandemic can reopen. The other defendants, the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) union and …

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