We are non-political and non-religious, and work loosely with a number of women’s rights groups.
We believe strongly that children have a right to receive good sex education, delivered at appropriate ages, mostly in secondary school, by experienced teachers.
Children should be taught about their growing bodies, how girls and boys’ bodies differ and what healthy relationships look like.
We think all children should learn about gay and lesbian relationships. That children should be actively taught to challenge sex and gender stereotypes.
We believe that teachers should be supported to discuss transgender issues in a factual and evidenced based way. We believe that teaching children they have an innate ‘gender identity’ has no basis in evidence and cements sexist stereotypes into how children think of themselves and others.
We are not for profit, and all funds go towards funding further resources.