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Izzy Montague

Izzy MontagueIzzy Montague was one of many parents who raised concern when her son’s primary school began promoting LGBT issues to children as young as five, not allowing parents to opt their children out. When she met with the school’s executive headteacher, another teacher attending the meeting wore a t-shirt with the provocative message: “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet?”


  • April 11th, 2019
    Rebekah Moffett, communications officer at Christian Concern, comments on the recent findings by the think tank, Centre for Social Justice, which have revealed that the UK is a ‘world leader’ in family breakdown.
  • March 29th, 2019
    On Wednesday 27 March, Parliament approved the new draft regulations for Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), which will promote LGBT lifestyles to children as young as five. The Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska looks at the problem of RSE in schools across the country, including the case of Izzy Montague, and argues that “the battle for our children is upon us.”
  • March 26th, 2019
    Back in November, Christian Concern brought you the news that mother, Izzy Montague, was one of several parents to challenge her child’s primary school for forcing children as young as five to participate in an event celebrating gay pride. Now, Izzy has launched a legal challenge over how her son’s school treated her after making the complaint.
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