The Ministry of Education Malaysia has genius plans underway to indoctrinate all Malaysian school children against being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transfender (LBGT). Starting with apparent “warnings”.

With the introduction of a so-called “Social and Reproductive Health Education” program, the Ministry aims to warn all school children of the “threats and dangers” or being LGBT, in an effort to combat the growth of the LGBT community in Malaysia.


Not that we’re anyone to judge but we’re not really seeing how being gay is “threatening” or “dangerous” to one’s health. Last we checked, on its most surface level, it simply means gender preference, right?

Upon the announcement on the program, Dr. Puad Zarkashi (Deputy Health Minister) said, “In the past, sex education was taught indirectly through other subjects, but now the government feels that ‘Social and Reproductive Health Education’ needs to be a special subject to tackle the rise in social problems among teens. We cannot wait longer to implement this because according to our studies, many teens in the country do not know the function and importance of healthy interaction among guys and girls.”

He also added that the program would begin in primary or lower secondary school. Well, that’s fair. But here are some things to consider:

  1. There have been some researches and reports that have suggested that homosexuality is linked to genes. Particularly male homosexuality – linked to a small region of one human chromosome.
  2. Quite simply, what will then happen to the children in non-coed schools? How will they be exposed to a healthy interaction among guys and girls?

Also, might we add that the program will be done with the help of Malaysia’s Islamic Development Department and State Religious Department. Coupled with a series or rehabilitation and treatment courses that will be given to Muslims who have “deviated” from “societal norms”.


We’ll leave this one up for discussion.

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