Christian parents take their son, six, out of Church of England primary school and plan to sue because a male classmate is allowed to wear a dress

A Christian couple who took their son out of a Church of England primary because a boy in his class was allowed to wear a dress are planning to sue the school.

Nigel Rowe, 44, and his wife Sally, 42, said their child had come home ‘confused as to why and how a boy was now a girl’ after his classmate wore female uniform.

The boy also turned up to their son’s royal-themed birthday party in April wearing a blue velvet dress – rather than coming dressed as a knight like other children.

The couple – who play an active part in school life – say they have a good relationship with the six-year-old’s parents.

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  • Martin B

    Can’t they at least be honest about their faggotry instead of hiding behind a Christian church?

    • It’s political.

      • Justin St.Denis

        And it’s perverse, too.

    • tom_billesley

      I’m not sure if Church of England counts as Christian any more. In any case, with fourteen clergy in gay marriages and a bishop openly in a gay relationship, it’s gay friendly despite a recent vote by bishops against gay marriages in church.

  • tom_billesley

    Church of England turns to karaoke hoping to boost flagging numbers.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4870380/Vicars-turn-karaoke-British-churches.html

  • tom_billesley

    More gay fathers means straight couples can’t find a surrogate when they need one.
    Turned away by agencies, they llok for surrogates advertising on the internet who are without any formal background or medical checks, and may scam them.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4868934/Straight-couples-using-risky-online-surrogate-services.html

  • Justin St.Denis

    Parents of “trans” children are doing something/everything wrong. Perhaps they only fuck when swinging from chandeliers. I’ve no idea what makes people this fuckin’ crazy.

  • tom_billesley

    A Monmouthshire GP is being investigated over complaints about her giving gender-change hormones to children as young as 12.
    Dr Helen Webberley said she listens to ‘children’s hearts’ about when they want treatment
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-41213534