Earlier this week, the Coalition for Marriage released its first national television advertisement, featuring real Australian mothers saying ‘no’ to radical LGBTIQ sex education in schools and ‘no’ to gay marriage.
Featuring four mums from across Australia, the series of advertisements show the real impact of radical LGBTIQ sex education in the classrooms and how many parents are reacting. The women in the advertisement are not actors; they are real mums who are bravely speaking out about their concerns.
And they are not alone.
“Every day across the country, on social media, in coffee shops, in mothers’ groups, and at BBQs, hundreds of thousands of parents are speaking to each other about the impacts of radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs,” said Coalition for Marriage spokeswoman, Sophie York.
“Millions of Australians are now concerned about the consequences of changing the Marriage Act. “In Canada and the United Kingdom, radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs start to
become mandatory, even for primary schools, once the law changes.
“Australian parents have a right to know how a change in the marriage law will affect what their kids are taught at school. The education departments won’t tell them. Those lobbying for change won’t tell them,” Ms York concluded.
The advertisements will run on national mainstream, subscription and digital media throughout the duration of the campaign and can be viewed at www.coalitionformarriage.com.au/our_first_ad.
Watch the ad here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqXLfp2sFHQ