|EU Enforces Sex Education for Lithuanian Kindergartens|
|by Tom McGregor||Tue, Dec 17, 2013, 09:15 PM|
The European Union is demanding that Lithuanian kindergarten teachers instruct their students on the fundamentals of a homosexual education. If not, Lithuania could face sanctions. Accordingly, the Lithuanian government has already introduced an electronics textbook that refuses to recognize a mother and father.
According to RT, "Electronic diaries in hundreds of Lithuanian schools now display “Parent I” or “Parent II” entries where they used to be “mother” and “father”. This comes after the same initiative for kindergartens was abolished over public outrage."
Lithuania, a former republic of Soviet Union, is considered a training ground for the EU to implement it's measures all over Eastern Europe.
As reported by RT, "The issue first flared up in 2010, when the Council of Europe issued a recommendation for EU member states to exclude words “mother” and "father" from the official documents as a manifestation of sexism. Yet, on December 10, 2013, Lithuania's Parliament urged the European Parliament to reject a draft resolution on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights submitted by MEP Edite Estrela, as “harmful to European traditions, law and morality,” the Baltic Times ."
Lithuanian kindergarten teachers were required by the EU to inform four-year-olds about how to sign up for subsidized abortions.
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