Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy has said the Liberals will scrap Safe Schools if elected.
The change would be part of a massive public education overhaul, according to The Age.
The party said those topics “serve only to dilute the teaching of core competencies; namely, literacy, numeracy and writing skills”.
Liberal leader Guy and Nationals leader Peter Walsh said in a joint statement that the changes were intended to allow focus on “the basics”.
“Three critical elements of our education system have broken down in recent years: teaching the basics, maintaining discipline and instilling sound values,” they said.
“Basic literacy and numeracy skills remain the foundation for meaningful employment, and need to be the foundation of our curriculum.”
The opposition also vowed to replace the controversial Safe Schools program with a broader anti-bullying program rather than an LGBTI-focused one.
Victorian Minister for Equality Martin Foley recently promised that Safe Schools would remain safe under a Labor government.
As well as in Victoria, the Liberal Party has promised to scrap Safe Schools in South Australia if elected.
Safe Schools became a political point during the marriage equality debate, becoming characterised as “radical gender ideology” by opponents of same-sex marriage.