Another day, another opportunity for the left to push their bizarre gender agenda on children.
A new BBC-sponsored programme “Identity: Understanding Sexual and Gender Identities” is telling kids as young as nine there are “over 100 genders” they can identify as.
When the children, understandably confused, ask about how many genders exist, the teacher responds:
“There are so many gender identities. We’ve got male and female, but there are over 100 if not more gender identities now.”
It gets weirder:
“So we know that some people might feel like they’re two different genders, so people might think they’re bi-gender, and then you’ve got some people who might call themselves gender-queer who are just like I don’t really want to be anything in particular, I’m just going to be me.”
Children were also told that gender is “who you are inside”, whereas your sex is male or female.
The programme, intended for classroom use, was “created in consultation with a Personal, Social, and Health Education experts and are designed for teachers for use with children aged 9-12”.
It depicts conversations between British children and “trusted” adults.
The only thing these adults can be “trusted” with is being willing purveyors of the left’s crusade to destroy gender as we know it: some of the adults the children conversed with included transgender activist Leo Lardie who discussed her genitalia with the group, alongside a lesbian teacher who told kids they “might be gay” if they were interested in a member of the opposite sex “in a slightly different way than you do normally to your friends”.
Both also appeared to promote their lifestyles to the group.
Children were also warned by their teacher that “people can go to prison if it’s shown they’re disrespecting or being hateful to people because of a difference that person perceives”.
The left’s influence on the education system, especially universities, is a well-known fact. But this goes to show how their efforts to indoctrinate children begin at a much younger age, and how no topic is off limits – not even something as straight-forward as gender.
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