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They are entitled to protest. But there is absolutely no need to make any changes to make a bunch of bigots happy. So they can keep protesting and the lessons can keep being taught so that their children have a chance of being better humans I think the Let me drop everything and work on your problem Cow shirt are supposed to be the ones that feel threatened from imposition of strange teachings of same-sex marriage by children of hate and disregarding the rights of others to religion and faith and who’s faith abhors such practices of same-sex cohabitation. This is pure nonsense. The parents are within thier rights to know and sanction any knowledge been fed to their kids that go against their own religion, faith, and personal teachings As a pansexual living in Birmingham I’m truly saddened by the way parts of the community have responded to these lessons.