Friday, November 4, 2016

On Purple Unicorns and the Orwellian Gender Agenda

This friendly, non-threatening critter is part of a "tool kit" that's supposed to help teachers in Alberta navigate those e'er perplexing "gender" issues:

Trans Student Educational Resources

Don't know about you, but now I'm really confused.

National Post columnist Christie Blatchford, who brings this graphic to our attention today, notes that the tool kit encourages the use of language that's eerily reminiscent of George Orwell's Animal Farm, calling for teachers to "address students in gender-neutral terms such as friends, folks, or "comrades."

Coming soon to Alberta school rooms: All genders are equal, but some genders are more equal than others.

Update: The Toronto Sun's Mark Bonokowski adds this nugget of info:
If this over-the-top political-correct movement takes root in Alberta’s curriculum, parents will no longer be “Mom” and “Dad”, but will exist as a presiding individual described as a “caretaker,” “guardian,” or “responsible adult.”
Nothing totalitarian about that, right?

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