Leading Private School in UK Considering Allowing Boys to Wear Skirts

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(Christian Institute) A leading private school is discussing plans to introduce a gender-neutral uniform policy.

Highgate School in North London has proposed allowing students to ‘mix-and-match’ their uniforms.

The proposal comes amid constant pressure from activists encouraging children to question their gender identity.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Birth gender is the only truth. Children should be taught to seek the truth and live out the birth gender their only truth. UK needs more real parents to protect the British children from errors and pollution.

  • Fang

    Amazing that it is considered “progressive” to approve of males pretending to be females. I mean, it’s funny when it’s part of a sitcom or movie, but males dressing up full-time and forcing others to regard them as female – nope, that’s the tyranny of psychotics.

    It’s also child abuse.

  • Guest✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    This is just stupid.

  • Colin Rafferty

    The real question is, why were they restricting them in the first place? I’m an American, so I’m not sure about other country’s laws, but it seems like having different dress codes for different genders is gender discrimination.

    It’s as bad as saying a girl can’t wear a tuxedo to her prom.

    • Parodyx

      Not to mention that this is the UK where wearing a kilt is very standard in some places.

  • Chris

    Is the school talking about skirts or kilts? Kilts have a long history of male attire.