Retaining Section 28

7th January 2000 at 00:00
WHILE skimming through the issue TESS, December 17 I was attracted to the editorial column "Troubled morals". Many teachers view the practice of homosexuality as a complete abomination.

Many parents and pupils are aghast at the thought of discussing such a disorder. Cardinal Winning speaks for Catholics and non-Catholics when he expresses fears for the young recipients of education who will be immersed in homosexuality discussions.

Parents and pupils are sick to the back teeth of liberl minded people foisting their morality on to them. Ann Hill of the Scottish School Board Association is correct in wanting to retain Section 28.

The alliance of Christian churches who wish to prevent discussions on homosexuality among the young as part of the curriculum speaks for the vast majority of the Scottish people. As a parent and teacher I stand beside Thomas Winning's view of things. Lord Jesus, give me the courage to continue.

Martin Flynn Milton Street Motherwell


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