A National Health Service survey given to British schoolchildren has sparked outrage across Lancashire in northwest England. The survey asks schoolchildren whether they are "comfortable in their gender" or if they are gender confused.
The survey angered parents who are concerned that the NHS is meddling in the lives of children who are too young to understand what gender confusion is.
"I don’t want someone putting into my daughter’s head that she might not be happy with her own gender," Lyndsey Simpson, a mother of 10-year-old schoolgirl, told The Telegraph newspaper.
“It’s one thing if they feel that way already, but if they don’t, then do you want them to be unhappy for their whole lives?”
Other parents expressed frustration that the NHS is promoting false science and ideologies that favor transgender activists.
UKIP education spokesman David Kurten told Brietbart London:
"The NHS should stick to what it is meant to do: caring for the health of British men and women, and children, and not trying to create issues which do not exist by confusing children with the idea that they are the 'wrong gender'."
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