Church of England defends ‘boys in tutus’ guidance as it says Christians have a duty to be welcoming

In a blog posted online Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer at the Church of England, said it was “incumbent on us as Christians to act to create welcoming schools where all pupils are honoured and respected members of their community.”

The Church has come under fire after it released advice for teachers in church schools which said that primary school-age boys and girls should be allowed to dress up in whatever they choose, regardless of their gender, including a “tutu, princess’s tiara and heels and/or the fireman’s helmet, tool belt and superhero cloak”.

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  • Martin B

    Where these faggots and child abusers get the gall to call themselves Christian, I have no idea.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    The Church of England and the UK’s entire upper caste must be riddled with homosexual pedophiles.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Why not nudism?

  • Editor

    I’m not a member of the Church of England but is Leviticus 18:22 not part of the program anymore? Can they now pick and choose the Bible verses that agree with their progressive views.

    • Jabberwokk

      Happens all the time bud.

      >Be Christian
      >Get accused of being selective in what you follow
      >But it’s ok for critics to be selective in what they criticize

      Good times.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      The Ten Commandments have become the Ten Suggestions.

  • Jabberwokk

    Nope. We have a duty to live be and be an example of the truth.

    Also “There is a way that seems right to a progressive but in the end it leads only to destruction” – Proverbs 14:12 (Jabberwokk translation)

  • Christians have a duty to follow their conscience, not necessarily to follow the institutional Church. It wouldn’t be the first time that the institutional Church is wrong.