Schools in Victoria will be told to avoid terms like “mum”, “dad”, “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” as part of a push to become more inclusive.
Schools and sporting groups in Victoria will be told to avoid terms like “mum”, “dad”, “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” as part of a push to curb the dropout and suicide rates of LGBTQI+ young people.
The North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network has set up the #SpeakingUpSpeaksVolumes campaign which will bring in unisex bathrooms, non-gendered playing teams and rainbow flags in a bid to be more inclusive.
The Herald Sun reports that the material suggests avoiding “gendered terms” such as husband and girlfriend instead of the non-gendered partner, and mum and dad rather than parent. Students are also encouraged to ask others which pronouns they use.
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What a load of rubbish! It is more like another element removed from what is part of the family unit collective. So that eventually there will be no more family identity or labels of members in a family group, don't get me wrong, I'm not against gays, but it is ok to have them and gender equality but the family unit is not? WTF!
HAHA. System beaten. They want to make us stop using the words mum & dad. Just call them mother and father. Now all they are doing is encouraging us not to have abbreviated versions. Just call them by their full family title.
So to all those who want to break down the family unit....
"The two most important days of your life. The day you were born and the day you find out why."
"The devil whispered, "you can't withstand the storm." The warrior replied, "I am the storm".
She's been brain washed. It's all about breaking apart the family unit.
That, but I see it more as a manifestation of service to self. This idea that you're responsible for everyone else's emotions, which makes you a virtuous person. The thing is, that means everyone else is responsible for yours, which is the service to self part.
I don't like when someone uses the word "moist" cause it makes me uncomfortable, so I ask you to not use it. You could refrain from using it, but it's your right not to. So if you don't, I recruit money/power to force you to stop against your will, again, because your actions are responsible for my emotional state. The end-state of this is requiring a central authority to dictate what is acceptable to everyone's emotional state and what is not: there's no other way. It's a very clever social engineering thing that's been going on for a while now.
Last Edit: May 5, 2021 11:50:29 GMT -8 by andromedan
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