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A head teacher who already has angered parents for organizing a gay pride pride parade for primary students and promoting LGBT views in class is under fire again.
The British teacher, Susan Papas of Heavers Farmer Primary in Croydon, in south London, allegedly demanded five days of detention for a boy and a girl after they asked to be exempted from an LGBT lesson on June 20 during gay pride month.
The girl, Kaysey, a Pentecostal Christian, says she was kept in detention for five hours, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
And Papas is accused of screaming at the two children and accusing them of demanding death for LGBT members.
The U.K. charity Christian Concern said it was the boy, Farrell, who first asked to be exempted from the LGBT promotion in class, but the teacher refused.
Then Farrell explained he is a Christian and could not accept the promotion of the LGBT agenda.
The teacher, according to Christian Concern, asked the two children, “Do you want them to die?”
Farrell said they told the teacher, “No.”
Later, Papas shouted at the two children in front of the class, according to Kaysey.
“How dare you? You are a disappointment to the school,” Papas told the two children outside the classroom, the report said.
Papas then put the children in different rooms and asked Kasey: “How dare you say that you want to kill LGBT people.”
Kasey replied: “I didn’t say kill.”
Papas then shouted at her and said, “Yes, you did, and don’t lie.”
Parents of both children have filed complaints with the school authority. They contend their children did not make homophobic comments and point out the children’s version is supported by other children in the class and their parents, Christian Concern said.
The five-day suspension violates standards for educators, they charge.
They also cited Section 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights to ask that their children in the future be excused from LGBT promotions.
“This is why parents are beginning to see the dangers of the imposition of the new sexual and gender ideology that does not permit dissent even from innocent 10-year-old children,” said Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre.
“This incident highlights again just how aggressive and intolerant the LGBT agenda can be. An ideology that has to resort to such heavy-handed tactics to force ten-year-old children to accept something that instinctively they do not, only highlights how life-crushing that ideology is.”
Williams said it is simply a matter of “bullies” knowing they are wrong and resorting to coercion and intimidation.