In was only in August last year that Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham stated “It is patently ridiculous to suggest that allowing same-sex couples to marry is somehow going to see some new wave of teaching reform sweep across the country.”
As predicted by ‘YTOCW?’, the legislation of same sex marriage has strengthened the radical activism of LGBT groups and as a direct result, gender theory and transgender ideology will be taught and enforced in schools around Australia.
Under the direction of Senator Birmingham, the Federal Government’s online ‘Student Wellbeing Hub’ encourages schools to use the highly controversial Safe Schools Program. The ‘All of Us’ teaching materials created by Safe Schools and Minus18 have been subject to ongoing criticism by parents and educators across Australia. It seems however, our concerns have been sidelined to accommodate the PC agenda of the radical left.
This is what the Liberal Government is promoting for use in Australian schools:
|Promotes genderless toilets and change rooms
Advocates unisex toilets and change rooms
|‘All of Us’ Strategies, Page 51 “Having only male and female toilets can make gender nonconforming students feel unsafe or uncomfortable.”
The Safe Schools document ‘Guide to supporting a student to affirm or transition gender identity at school’ says that regardless of whether pupils are male or female, they should be able to use “the toilets, changing rooms, showers and swimming facilities based on the student’s gender identity and the facilities they feel most comfortable with”.
|Encourages abolition of gendered language||The Safe Schools resource ‘All of Us’ is used in high schools throughout Australia and tells children that “using the wrong pronoun that does not match a person’s gender identity is called misgendering.” (Pg. 32)
On page 51 of the same resource, teachers are asked not to divide the class into a boys group and a girls group when doing activities as some students “may have a non-binary identity or feel pressured to join a group that does not match their gender.”
Teachers are also told not to use gendered language like “girls” and “boys” and “ladies and gentlemen” to avoid alienating gender diverse students.
|Teaches children that gender is fluid
Normalises surgical transitioning
|‘All of Us’ Lesson 4
“It’s an easy assumption to make accidentally, but genitals and bodies in general don’t reflect anything about a person’s pronouns or gender.”
Gender isn’t quite as simple as whether you’re ‘male’ or ‘female’. Everyone has their own gender identity in relation to masculinity and femininity. Some identify with both, and some don’t identify with either; it’s up to the individual to describe what gender identity fits them best. There are a whole range of different words people use to describe their gender identity. Here are just a few examples:
“Feminine: Trans Girl, Woman, Sister, Girl, Female Gender-neutral: Androgynous, Genderqueer, Non-Binary, Agender, Masculine: Trans Guy, Man, Brother, Boy, Male “
The fourth video shows Nevo’s experiences. She is a 17 year old who wishes to transition surgically from female to male and speaks of her frustration; “if I had any other medical condition people wouldn’t say wait to get treatment let’s just wait and see how bad it gets. They’d be like ‘all right let’s rush to the hospital and let’s get you the surgeries that you need’ and that’s what I need right now.” Transitioning is a medically contested area and very complex- the scope of discussion does now acknowledge this.
|Instructs students to imagine they are in same-sex relationships||“All of Us”, Lesson 2 focus on sexual fluidity and invites students to imagine they are gay or lesbian in various scenarios “Holding hands in the school corridor with someone of the same sex”|