Friday, December 21, 2018

Trans Madness in Once-Great Britain

Frankly, it takes your breath away. In Once-Great Britain political correctness has just notched a new victory. In one city schoolchildren will be taught, as a matter of educational policy, that boys can have periods. Meaning that a girl who thinks she is a boy and whose biology strangely does not correspond to her beliefs will be treated as a boy with periods. Because thinking makes it so... until it doesn't.

The imbeciles who conjured up this piece of witchcraft believe that it will destigmatize menstruation. Now, tampons will be readily available in boys locker rooms and girls will be systematically embarrassed as their private and personal experience discussed openly.

It will not destigmatize periods, but will humiliate girls. Boys will have fun playing new games with the tampons provided in their rest rooms and locker rooms. And they will now be encouraged to introduce the topic into everyday conversation. Another blow against privacy… guaranteed to produce more shame.

The London Telegraph reports the sad story:

School children will be taught that "all genders" can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.

The advice to teachers was approved by Brighton & Hove City Council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation.

The new advice follows a council report which said: "Trans boys and men and non-binary people may have periods", adding that "menstruation must be inclusive of all genders".

Bins used for menstruation products will be provided in all toilets for children, according to the report.

It also calls for transgender students and pupils to be provided with additional support from a school nurse if needed.

The report recommends that "language and learning about periods is inclusive of all genders, cultures, faiths and sexual orientations. For example; ‘girls and women and others who have periods'".

The story continues:

Brighton & Hove City Council said in a statement: "By encouraging effective education on menstruation and puberty, we hope to reduce stigma and ensure no child or young person feels shame in asking for period products inside or outside of school if they need them.

"We believe that it’s important for all genders to be able to learn and talk about menstruation together… Our approach recognises the fact that some people who have periods are trans or non-binary."

Some members of parliament have denounced the practice as a species of insanity, but the Royal College of Pediatricians and Child Health is on board. This is not a joke:

However, leading doctors have previously recommended that primary school children are taught about LGBT issues.

Earlier this year, the Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health (RCPCH) urged minister go further in their guidance on sex and relationship classes, which will become compulsory from 2020.

Draft Government recommendations say schools are free to determine how they address lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, ensuring teaching is “sensitive and age-appropriate”.

The Royal College said: “There needs to be a clear statement that LGBT people and relationships are part of teaching about healthy relationships in primary school. This can be demonstrated in relation to families - but also it is helpful to children to learn the meaning of terms such as lesbian, gay and bisexual”.

In case you were wondering why so many British children, when they grow up, suffer from psychiatric disorders… now you know that those who are entrusted with their care are producing these disorders. Making pubescent sexuality a matter of public discussion and debate will almost certainly hurt girls.

Camille Paglia called it a sign of cultural collapse. It is complete madness, but with no method to it.


sestamibi said...

And after they get through installing tampon dispensers in the boys rooms, they'll retrofit all the toilet seats so that they don't face Mecca.

Sam L. said...

I'm UPSET and OUT OF SORTS because I'm having my period! It's not your fault and it's for sure NOT MY FAULT.