Scottish kids are being encouraged to explore “queerness” and question whether they are a boy or a girl, in a project paid for by taxpayers. “Gendersaurus Rex” is an “artistic research project” exploring how “gender, feminism, sexuality, queerness and difference” can be incorporated into live performance for children.

It was commissioned by Imaginate, a performing arts group that is subsidized by the Scottish government and the European Union. According to its website, Imaginate “works in partnership with schools, local authorities and Education Scotland to support pupils, teachers and other educators’ creative development.” FULL REPORT