Boys And Girls Or “Genderqueer”?

"Right, Now Get This Into Your Heads. You Are Not Boys And girls Anymore You Are Genderqueer"

“Right, Now Get This Into Your Heads. You Are Not Boys And Girls Anymore You Are Genderqueer”

I have just read the biggest load of tripe I have come across in years. The U.K. government-funded ‘Educate and Celebrate’ Organisation has introduced a new rule where schools cannot call children as young as seven a boy or a girl as part of a major diversity drive.

It suggests terms such as ‘genderqueer’ and ‘panromantic’ – used to describe someone who is attracted to people of all gender identities. A book about to be released is described by the publishers as “the first book to explain medical transitioning for children aged seven and above”. 

Ellie Barnes, Educate and Celebrate founder, described the book as ‘much needed’. She said: “Not everyone identifies as male or female – that is fact.” Backed by Ofsted, the publishers have sent out the book called ‘Can I Tell You About Gender Diversity?’ which features a fictional story about a 12-year-old boy transitioning from male to female. This book has been sent to 120 ‘best practice’ schools and suggests new terms to address young children.

Former Conservative Party chairman Lord Tebbit, told a Sunday newspaper: “I think it is damaging to children to introduce uncertainty into their minds.” I have to say I agree wholeheartedly.

I have to ask, where do these people come from? The world has changed to such an extent that people can come up with the most ludicrous ideas and they get accepted by the rank and file. Is the world going crazy or what?

People who come up with these stupid ideas belong in a mental asylum, plain and simple! Do they mean to make all future generations transgender or what? The mind boggles!

Roy.

2 Responses to “Boys And Girls Or “Genderqueer”?”

  1. A Lucraft Says:

    Hello Roy,

    A big issue in British schools is the extreme lack of Male teachers. Boys, by their very nature want to “play” and need the firm, discipline hand of a male “role model” to keep them focussed. It also doesn’t help when so many children are in single parent families – mstly kept by the mother. Ergo, boys become disruptive, but lost and eventually under-educated.

    What we are witnessing is the over feminising of education and all of the unbalanced thinking that goes with it. don’t you just love the “Modern world”!!

    Cheers,

    Alan

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    • Hi Alan,
      Welcome back. I have to say that I agree with you. Women do not have the power to stop unruly pupils, and that makes them think they can get away with anything.
      Best Regards,
      Roy.

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