Cardiff University cancels talk from psychologist who said LGBT+ lessons can ‘corrupt’ children

Apr 14, 2019 by

Decision comes after an investigation was launched into Kate Godfrey-Faussett

A psychologist who claimed lessons on LGBT+ relationships can “corrupt” children has has a talk cancelled by Cardiff University.

Dr Kate Godfrey-Faussett, a leading campaigner against relationship and sex education lessons, was due to give a speech on the topic at the university this weekend.

But it has cancelled the seminar organised by the Muslim Council of Wales, which it said had not followed their booking procedure.

It comes after the British Psychological Society (BPS) announced that it was investigating Dr Godfrey-Faussett over comments on sexual orientation and gender identity. It called them “unethical”.

The Muslim convert – who set up the petition calling for parents to be able to opt out of relationships education – was filmed as she said that many young Muslims were “turning to same-sex relationships because they haven’t had the guidance.”

continue: Cardiff University cancels talk from psychologist who said LGBT+ lessons can ‘corrupt’ children | The Independent

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