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FET comments on article on Drag Queen Story Hour

On Tuesday 26th July, FET was asked to comment on a story about a group of parents and others protesting against the launch of Drag Queen Story Hour at a library in Reading. The event was also targeted by pro LGBTQ+ activists who were supporting the drag queen performer Sab Samuel, who performs as Aida …


Letter to Children’s Commissioner Dame Rachel de Souza

Together with Women’s Rights Network and James Esses, Founder of Thoughtful Therapists, we recently wrote to the Children’s Commissioner to ask her to investigate why local councils across the country are inviting in Drag Queen Story Hour to read stories to very young children. We also copied the letter to Nadine Dorries, Secretary of State …


Summer Bulletin Out Now!

Welcome to the Summer Bulletin! It was fantastic to see so many of our supporters at our annual conference on 21st May, held at the RAF Club in central London. We had a full house with well over 100 attendees, as well as many people watching the livestream. If you weren’t able to join us …


The Schools Minister Robin Walker’s response the debate on RSE materials in schools

In response to Miriam Cates bringing the debate on RSE materials in schools on 30th June, detailed in our previous post, the Schools Minister Robin Walker had the following response in Westminster Hall: I’d like to extend my congratulations to everyone who has spoken in this debate. My apologies that I don’t have time to …


Miriam Cate’s full speech on RSE in schools in Westminster Hall

On Thursday 30th June, Miriam Cates, Conservative MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge, lead a debate on RSE in schools. It was co-sponsored by Rosie Duffield, Labour MP for Canterbury and Jackie Doyle-Price, Conservative MP for Thurrock. We were pleased to be able to provide evidence for this important debate, which was vital to shine a …


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