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Christian described as offensive for observant being happy is bad for children

Christian described as offensive for observant being happy is bad for children
Teacher Joshua Sutcliffe and Andrea Williams were on the This Morning lounge (Picture: ITV)

This Morning viewers were left commotion over controversial comments done by a Christian romantic about transgender and happy children.

Andrea Williams is CEO of Christian Concern, a UK organization which says it is directed at introducing a ‘Christian voice’ into the law, media and government.

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She seemed on the ITV breakfast show to plead teacher Joshua Sutcliffe, who was dangling after referring to a transgender child as a girl during a doctrine at school.

Joshua, 27, told hosts Holly and Phil that his diagnosis was astray since ‘policies should be shabby by biology and law, rather than what we would see as an ideology’.

He said: ‘Personally and under law in the country and biologically it creates clarity for us to be man and woman.’

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When Andrea assimilated in to urge Joshua, observant he was the one who had been ‘excluded’ and not the child, the presenters struggled to keep their cool.

Holly asked her because she describes being transgender as a ‘fad’.

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Andrea said: ‘We are seeing augmenting cases of children in schools who have gender temperament commotion which is something that is very serious.’

Phil then asked: ‘If they were homosexual would you help them not to be homosexual?’

She said: ‘Very mostly when we see children who are homosexual, very mostly it’s not good for them to live out such a lifestyle.’

Phil then told her: ‘I’m anticipating this definitely abhorrent.’

The barbarous presenter then finished the shred in a piece to camera saying: ‘Getting back to 2017 now and divided from Gothic England.’

The territory of the programme drew clever opinions from viewers on social media:

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