Scottish primary school asked children under 12 if they identify as gay or transgender
Scottish primary school asked children under 12 if they identify as gay or transgenderFollow @KnightsTempOrg
A primary school is asking young children attending its classes if they are transgender or gay.
Merkinch Primary School in Inverness is quizzing its pupils aged between five and 12 in an equality and diversity survey.
The poll asks if the children how they identify. It also asks the youngsters if they have ever laughed or been unkind to someone because they are gay or transgender.
It emerged days after Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish government forced through removing the need for a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria before applying to change gender, as well as lowering the minimum age to 16.
This poll is really sinister - schools should not be places to indoctrinate children with these ideologies.