Brits! Fight The Gaystapo! Make Your Voice Heard!

An important opportunity for decent people in the UK to show what they think of the gaystapo – or should we say the Maystapo.

YOU can lodge objections to the disgraceful scheme to turn schools into indoctrination centres.

Please read on…




Draft Government guidance will see schools in England assessed on their support for same-sex marriage.

This will greatly strengthen Ofsted’s hand in policing political correctness. Initially this guidance will apply to independent schools, but the approach will inevitably be extended to all schools.

This is the greatest threat we have faced since same-sex marriage was legalised. It is vital that it is faced down and defeated.

Please respond to the consultation today. You do not have to provide any personal information if you do not want to. The key question to respond to is question 7, which is on page 3 of the online response form.

The consultation closes on 5 June.

Our short guide to responding to the consultation is below. There is more background detail in our new briefing.

You can also read the key piece of the draft guidance, paragraph 20, here.


  • You can respond online.
  • Question 7 is the key one to respond to: “If you have comments on the advice in relation to the Quality of Education standard (Part 1), please insert them here”
  • Some suggested comments for question 7 are below. You may wish to use one or two of these comments.
  • Specify that your comments relate to paragraph 20 of the draft guidance.
  • If you feel able to respond to other questions, please do so.
  • Your response will be far more effective if you use your own words.

      Suggested comments:

  • Say that the Department for Education is acting as if Parliament has outlawed belief in traditional marriage.
  • Say that the draft guidance breaks promises made by Government ministers that teachers who disagree with same-sex marriage will be respected.
  • Say that teachers will be gagged. Even teachers who give views for and against could fall foul of this approach.
  • Say that the draft guidance is deeply offensive. It implies that disagreeing with same-sex marriage is like being racist.
  • Say that this guidance will further encourage Ofsted to ask intrusive questions of schoolchildren, as has already happened in Jewish and Christian schools.
  • Say that in a democratic society people should be free to disagree.
  • Say that same-sex marriage is a political issue that schools should treat in a balanced manner.


  • The consultation closes on Tuesday 5 June, at 11.45pm.