Il ne s’agit pas de haine (version française)

L’histoire de notre famille (English version here.) Il s’agit de préserver le droit des parents de rejeter les programmes d’éducation sexuelles qui violent leur conscience, qu’il s’agisse d’une conscience religieuse, d’une conscience culturelle ou d’une conscience personnelle. (Bienvenue à mes visiteurs francophones. La traduction que vous voyez ci-dessous a été effectuée par Google Translate avec les corrections que j’ai apportées moi-même, si je pouvais voir l’erreur. Je m’excuse par avance s’il y a des erreurs. S’il vous plaît voir l’original en anglais, s’il y a confusion à propos du sens. J’ai demandé partout de l’aide pour corriger mon écriture en … Read More ›

It’s not about hate…

Our Family’s Story (Version en française ici) It’s about… It’s about preserving the right of parents to reject school curriculum that violates their conscience which might be religious conscience, cultural conscience, or personal conscience. January 2018 My children attend the International School of Lausanne in Switzerland. The staff members are mainly British, Canadian, and American. A year ago, I discovered that the school plans to embed the idea that sexual orientation and gender are fluid (changeable), throughout the primary and secondary school curriculum. I found this out because of something that happened to my 13 year old son in school. Here … Read More ›

10 Questions about LGBT Sex Ed, because a parent has the right to know, and the right to choose…

(Originally posted here: https://chezvivian.coetail.com/2019/05/21/lgbt-sexed-a-parent-has-the-right-to-know-and-the-right-to-choose/ Approaching 10,000 visits on that website in merely 6 months) Whether or not you believe that sexual orientation is fluid, static, not a choice, a choice or an equal choice for your child, —YOU, as a parent have the inalienable right to raise your child according to your family’s values, culture, nationality, religion (or lack thereof), and morals. The latest LGBT belief is that sexual orientation is fluid, a choice, and an equal choice for people. This is a huge departure from what was believed during our generation (parents of current students), while we were growing up. We were told … Read More ›