‘How am I supposed to protect my kids in the future from this stuff?‘ Coalition for Marriage launches new ad series.

The Coalition for Marriage released two additional television commercials in its Widespread and Compulsory series.

The advertisements again feature Australian mums concerned about radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education in schools.

The first commercial begins with Heidi McIvor.  She says:

School programs have no place teaching my son radical gender ideas; that he might not be who he was born as.

The commercial then shows footage of The Gender Fairy, a book targeted at children aged four and up, which tells them: “Only you know whether you are a boy or a girl.  No one can tell you.”  The book, which the Safe Schools Coalition website encouraged for inclusion in school libraries, was removed from the site after the public became aware of it.

The advertisement then features Cella White, who asks:

How am I supposed to protect my kids in the future from this stuff?

Coalition for Marriage spokesman, Lyle Shelton, said that the answer to Ms White’s question was important.  “Australian parents who are concerned about radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education in schools, and about their ability to have a say in what their children learn at school can and should vote ‘no’ in the postal survey.”

The second commercial also begins with Mrs McIvor.  She says:

Kids in Year Seven are being asked to role play being in a same-sex relationship

The commercial then highlights another resource from La Trobe University, the creators of the Safe Schools program, titled The Practical Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships for Years 7-10. The ‘Sexual Diversity’ activity in that program asks students to imagine being in a same-sex relationship.

They’re being asked to imagine themselves in different, sexual scenarios.

The commercial then shows another LaTrobe resource, in which students are asked: “Are most people inherently bisexual to some degree?”


Mrs McIvor concludes with the striking words:

They’re under the age of consent; they’re kids

Mr Shelton said of the ads: “Australian parents have a right to say ‘no’ to radical sex and gender programs in schools.  Australian parents have a right to say ‘no’ to the removal of their parental rights.  Australian parents have the right to say ‘no’ to same-sex marriage.”