Social engineers in the United Kingdom are advocating that children take part in nude art classes in order to help their self-esteem and mitigate body issues.
The London Telegraph reports that Anne Noble-Partridge, who runs art classes in London, claimed, “When somebody takes their clothes off they are just human beings. It really gets rid of any prejudices as to what a body should look like. It’s great for body positivity.”
In my experience, primary school children are a great audience for this kind of thing.
Noble-Partridge said, “You are accepting of whatever you are looking at, whether they are old, or overweight, or hairy. You introduce young people and children who haven’t got these ingrained prejudices, ideas of disgust, or appropriateness.”
The Department of Education in the U.K. has tentatively approved the measure and will let teachers decide whether or not their classes will take part. Additionally, it is supported by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).
The program is designed to have “artists” of various shapes, sizes, and deformities disrobe in front of kids to be drawn.
But 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 (Matthew 18:6).