An idiotic mother faces understandable backlash after she says being gay is a ‘choice’ on Good Morning Britain.
Izzy Montague appeared on the ITV morning show with gay parent Tom Cox to discuss parents who have been protesting against LGBTQ inclusive lessons at schools in Birmingham.
During the debate, Tom said: “You’re born with your sexual preference, you are gay or you’re not.”
It was then Izzy started shaking her head and went on an idiotic and pathetic tirade claiming that people are not ‘born anything’ and that being gay is a choice.
She said: “I don’t agree that you’re born anything.
'It's not about living in a vacuum, it's about [parents giving kids their own] opinions of the world around us.'— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) March 21, 2019
Mum Izzy Montague says it should be up to parents to teach children about subjects like LGBT rights, not schools. pic.twitter.com/T4VBVTVCt7
“Of course, I believe it’s a choice. I made a choice of what I believe is right or wrong, I don’t remember ever thinking to myself, ‘Am I gay or am I straight?’
“It’s something I have done based on my belief. So even if I was gay, I do believe based on my belief that I feel that a heterosexual relationship is a right course of action for me.
“No one has forced you to be in a gay relationship. This is a decision that you have made.”
Thankfully, the people of Twitter took to social media to slam her and her outrageous and utterly pathetic homophobic views.
And she has the audacity to roll her eyes when he is talking. FFS, this isn’t the dark ages. People fall for people, get over it.— Kevin (@yorkiepud76) March 21, 2019
This is how homophobia came about! I volunteer 4 a charity that deals with periods and we know that parents won’t talk about that so how do we know they will give the correct teaching on LGBGT issues? Kids need to know that it’s ok to be gay, straight, bi or TG.— Claire Louise Tyers (@claire_tyers) March 21, 2019
It's no coincidence that people who oppose LGBT are also steeped in religion. Religion is a breeding ground of hatred and ignorance towards anything that doesn't conform to it's own ideology.— Oliver Elliott 😈 (@0llie666) March 21, 2019
They’re not teaching them to be gay. It’s about educating them on today’s society. And that it is acceptable for people to choose their own path in life. And for the record. I’m straight. There’s too much hatred in the world. Let’s take this out of the list.— 😜B-R-I-A-N😜 (@AMSAYINUFFIN) March 21, 2019