Thursday, June 19, 2014

Vancouver School Board's idiotic gender policy

Kelly McParland:
... B.C., it is clear, does not view schools as a place in which children are taught the basic tools necessary to navigate life – math, science, geography – but as petri dishes for social experimentation in which teachers are lab technicians with unwitting children as their mice.

... On Monday, the Vancouver School Board approved a policy change aimed at accommodating gender identity and sexual orientation.

... Parents who questioned the change argued, quite reasonably, that six-year-olds aren’t qualified to understand all the intricacies of identity issues. ... Nonetheless, the school board forged ahead, even deciding to adopt new pronouns

... A last-minute amendment mandated that “xe, xem and xyr” may be used in place of “he/she” or “him/her”.

... B.C. teachers will presumably be the ones to add this social minefield to the other developmental issues they are already expected to shoulder ... In this case it appears they may be expected to actively keep parents in the dark about a critical element of their child’s growth.  ...

Sun News' Anthony Furey and Ada Slivinsky:

Such idiocy follows naturally from the decades of indoctrination in radical social theory that many of these VSB members received in their UBC Women's Studies and Gender Studies courses.


Alain said...

These schools are highly dependent on funding received from foreign students (the majority Chinese), so it will be interesting to see how they react if they decide to stop sending their children due to this latest form of child abuse. This is not acceptable in Asian cultures; in fact it is not acceptable in any sane culture.

Anonymous said...

it would seem a basic lesson in DNA and what it really means is in order for anumber of people on BC. BC must mean before consciousness.

Anonymous said...

The truth will soon manifest itself as casualties occur; but then the government will set up a bureaucracy to "help" the casualties that they created.
The unfortunate thing in all of this is that young children will be the victims.
Who will Canadians hold accountable for this tragedy?