Don’t use ‘boy’ and ‘girl’, Stonewall tells teachers

Jun 24, 2021 by

from Coalition for Marriage:

Stonewall appears to be on a disturbing mission to eliminate sex and gender in schools, and our children will be the ones who suffer under this extreme ideology.

In the name of supporting “transgender children”, the controversial LGBT lobby group has told schools wanting to win its bronze, silver and gold awards that they should stop saying “boys and girls” but should say “learners” instead; they should remove all “unnecessarily gendered language” from their policies; and they should teach primary school children to use “they/them” as a pronoun.

Uniform policies should “give the option to wear a skirt as well as the option to wear trousers”, guidance documents state. Schools should “avoid dividing learners by gender” in the classroom, in uniform code, in sports or in anything else; teachers should not use “boy, girl, boy, girl” when lining pupils up; and there should be no hint of “gendered language” when discussing hair, make-up and piercings.

The charity – which has recently seen an organisational exodus from its diversity scheme over its extreme position on transgender rights and its intolerance of those who disagree – even goes so far as to tell schools that they should permit a “trans child or young person” to use whichever toilets or changing rooms they feel “most comfortable with”. It claims, erroneously, that “under the Equality Act (2010) a trans child or young person can use the toilets and changing rooms that match their gender”.

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