BBC Children’s director Alice Webb has responded to growing parental anger over a controversial TV show aimed at young children which shows them what living a transgender life is like, by insisting that she is “proud” of her work. “We take expert advice from psychologists about the content that we put together, we put it together in a format which is appropriate for the age and we cover the story line in language that we think is appropriate as well,” Webb said, according to The Telegraph.
She added that the BBC conveys information in an age appropriate way, “which we believe we have with that one and I’m very proud of that show.” A number of parents have slammed CBBC’s “Just A Girl” show, however, which depicts an 11-year-old child born as a boy struggling to get hormones in order to stunt puberty and transition to a girl. READ MORE