There is only one acceptable answer.
Children in Queensland state schools will be taught that it is a myth to think “people are born either male or female” under a compulsory new program announced by Labor’s child safety minister this week.
In a Ministerial Statement delivered to the Parliament last Tuesday, Di Farmer said that the Respectful Relationships program, which is part of the Morrison Government’s national curriculum, would be rolled out in all state schools.
Billed as an anti-domestic and sexual violence measure, the program does contain good material but it also contains rainbow ideology which many parents would be uncomfortable with.
The Education Queensland Respectful Relationships web page for schools contains the heading “What will students learn?”.
Click on Years 11-12 and a link to Gender and relationships (Relationship Things) appears.
The “respect” tab at the top of the screen takes children to another landing page where there is a Respecting Diversity button at the bottom of the page that takes students through to an on-line quiz.
“People are born as either male or female, and that’s how they should stay.” Myth or fact, are the two options children are given.
It is clear that unlike so much of postmodern pedagogy where there is no right or wrong answer, there is only one acceptable answer to this question.
Woe be-tide any student who dared to tick “fact”, even though it is.
Speaking of the new program, Farmer told Parliament: “I am pleased to say that this framework includes several significant new actions that we will start working on right away. They include making respectful relationships education compulsory in all state schools via implementation of the Australian curriculum.”
Why gender fluid indoctrination is part of the national curriculum under a Coalition federal government remains a mystery.
Speaking of the gender-fluid “safe schools” program, former Prime Minister John Howard said: “What’s disappointed me is an issue like Safe Schools. When that emerged it should have been hit on the head by centre-right governments at federal and state level. It should have been a simple and vigorous response.”
However, former Liberal federal education minister Christopher Pyne’s legacy lives on in the Morrison government, giving Labor states cover to indoctrinate children with lies.
Sadly rainbow gender fluid ideology has jumped across to the federal sports department with Morrison Government Minister Richard Colbeck recently announcing transgender guidelines for junior sports.
It does not seem to have occurred to anyone that this will be the death knell of girls and women’s sports as guidelines like this encourage biological males to compete with females.
But paving the way for this starts with smuggling gender ideology into schools through a compulsory program called “respectful relationships”.