Church of England clarifies guidance on transphobic bullying after outrage from conservatives | Christian Today

The Church of England is clarifying guidance for schools on transphobic bullying after anger from conservatives at the suggestion boys should be able to wear tutus and princess’s tiaras.

Advice to combat bullying for younger children that includes ‘getting the dressing box out’ does not apply to older, teenage children, the CofE’s education mandarin said on Monday.

The clarification comes after guidance for the Church’s 4,700 schools on fighting transphobic bullying says primary school children ‘should be at liberty to explore the possibilities of who they might be without judgement or derision’.

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