Church of England: Let Little Boys Wear Tiaras


Daily Mail UK: Boys as young as five should be able to wear tiaras at school without criticism, teachers in Church of England schools are to be told.

Male pupils should also be free to dress up in a tutu or high heels without attracting any comment or observation, according to anti-bullying rules sent out by the Church yesterday.

The instructions for the CofE’s 4,700 schools said they should not require children to wear uniforms that ‘create difficulty for trans pupils’. more …

The new rules for faith schools say males should be able to wear items usually worn by females (picture posed by model)

Opinion: The Church of England (Anglican Church) separated from Roman Catholicism in 1600. Today the CofE has over 25 million members.

On February 2, 2017 Pope Francis met with the CofE Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi of Burundi, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s new representative to Rome.

“The major mission of the Anglican Centre, the Archbishop says, is the work of “rapprochement” or bringing together Roman Catholics and Anglicans who together count close to one and half billion followers. “That’s a population that can make a difference in the world,” he says, adding that the main objective is “to witness to a divided world” in response to Jesus’ prayer “that they may be one, so that the world may believe.”

That’s also a population that could launch the final church of Laodicea (Rev. 3:14-22).

Ecumenism is a Jesuit mission to bring all denominations under the authority of Rome. Francis is the first Jesuit pope.

Both church leaders would do well to remember the admonition of Jesus against leading/causing Christian children to sin in Matthew 18:6

“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea.”

(Thanks to Vason for sending this in)