And here is my reply.
Sometimes parents hire private tutors, to help their children with extra lessons in Maths or Chemistry. Is Vikki Hudson also suggesting that all tutoring ought to be made illegal, as these tutorials probably do not have much gay sex in them?
Vikki Hudson honestly admits that after five minutes of her talking about her lesbian relationship, her students got bored and wanted to get on with their academic work. Yes, and it might perhaps be the case that many parents would like their children's teachers to focus on the 3 Rs, rather than on gay and lesbian sex, so maybe Vikki Hudson's article is really a brilliant piece of advertising for private education.
Having spent a few years teaching in the Middle East, I have had the impression that some Muslims are pretty casual about their religion. On the other hand, many Muslims do sincerely try their best to follow Islam, with their prayers five times a day, the pilgrimage to Mecca, fasting during Ramadan, and giving to charity. If Vikki Hudson were to use something called "Wikipedia", then she would find out that the Qu'ran, the holy book of Islam, explicitly condemns homosexuality (as does the Bible) and therefore most Muslims believe that being gay is incompatible with Islam. If Vikki Hudson really does object to Islam, then why can't she be honest and say so? She argues that "Human identity must warrant the same respect as religious beliefs", so why doesn't Vikki Hudson respect religious beliefs and stop pushing her LGBT agenda onto Muslim children? She would no doubt argue that she does indeed respect religious freedom and she would probably say that all Muslims should be free to practise Islam, as long as their children are forced to attend schools where there is no opt out from LGBT education. In some ways, she rather reminds me of Mr. Henry Ford, who famously said about his cars that you can have whatever colour you like, as long as it is black.