Friday, 14 November 2014

BBC Children in Need funds homosexual propaganda aimed at youth

BBC Children in Need is a charity of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to raise money for the support of children, including disabled children. Its main fundraising vehicle is an annual telethon, which this year (2014) is being held this evening (14 November). The BBC Children in Need website reveals that in the last three years it made grants to sexual health centres and homosexual youth projects. In SPUC's experience, such centres and projects often support and/or facilitate legal abortion, abortifacient birth control and/or damaging forms of sex education. For example, BBC Children in Need has given funds to the Terrence Higgins Trust, which has endorsed a right to choose abortion, promoted morning-after pills, produced pro-euthanasia advance directives ('living wills') and produced highly-explicit sex education material. [John Smeaton, 12 November 2011] Also, BBC Children In Need has previously given grants to charities funding abortion and family planning services and using research methods that involve destructive embryos - see the entry in the 2006 edition of SPUC's Charities Bulletin.

Here are the latest examples of BBC Children in Need's grants to pro-homosexual groups:

Allsorts Youth project (Brighton) – £13,143
"This project will provide a range of support and activities to lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans young people, reducing isolation and distress, and building resilience and confidence."
From the Allsorts website:
“Allsorts is a project based in Brighton to support and empower young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* or unsure (LGBTU) of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.”

“Mission Statement: Allsorts Youth Project supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people to take a lead in raising awareness of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia and challenge prejudice and discrimination in all areas of young people’s lives.”
Beat Bullying (London) - £92,745
"This project will provide and online peer mentoring and specialist counseling service for young LGBT people who are being bullied because of their sexuality, enabling them to improve their self confidence and for them to feel safe."
PACE (London) - £79,410
"This project will provide counseling, support and advocacy to LGBT young people who are at risk of self-harm or suicide. Young people will come to terms with their feelings, and increase their emotional well-being."
From the PACE website:
PACE are currently recruiting Youth Ambassadors who are between 14 and 18 years old and either identify as LGBT or as questioning their gender or sexuality to aid and advise PACE on its direction.
East London Out Project - £26,274
"This project will provide an after school social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender young people aged 13-18. The aim is to reduce isolation, provide a safe place to explore issues and build confidence."
From the ELOP website:
“ELOP was established around 1995 as a grassroots developed and community-led organisation with the aim to promote the mental health, wellbeing, empowerment and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities."
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