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Subscribe to the Aldi newsletter today and receive all the latest information about offers and new products. Make young men wore Tutus and high heels if they want, says Church of England. Elementary students should be able to carry tutus and high heels, if they wish, the Church of England said in its first guide for teacher's on transnationalism. Kids should not be limited by their sex when wearing clothes, and young women should be able to carry a harness and a fire department hat when they decide, the paper says.

Canterbury' s Archbishop's endorsement of the Guide for Church of England School Teachers states that it should be open to young people " to investigate the opportunities of who they could be without judgment or mockery". Early this year, Gender Identity Development Service published data showing that the number of under-18s referring to the London Hospital increased from 314 in 2011 to 2,016 last year.

" According to the paper, which gives advice to educators on how to counter transphobe mobbing, "young minors should be granted liberty from the expectations of stability. When he presented the paper titled Waluing All God's Childrens, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said: "Harassment of any kind, harassment of any kind, including homeophobic, biophobic and trans-phobic harassment, causes serious damages that lead to increased psychological distress, self-harm, depressive disorder and self-murder.

" More and more colleges have started to liberalize their unified policies so that young children can dress in coats and clothes if they wish. Under 18, who say they were conceived in a human form that does not fit their sex, are not given operations, but sometimes receive Hormones that repress adolescence.

The numbers published in the mail on Sunday before this year indicate that more than 800 infants receive this type of work. Early this year, Education Minister Justine Greening heralded plans to accelerate the adult sex reassignment trial. Acknowledging that members of Anglican denominations have a broad spectrum of opinions on sex and sex matters, the paper says the issue is "sensitive".

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