Fairies lead to nightmares

It just never ends.

South Australia’s Flinders University has been experimenting with five year old children and transgender fairy tales. Children were read ‘bed-time’ stories about how ‘mum’ ‘became’ ‘dad’.

Then they were tucked in to bed and left to their nightmares. When they woke, they found that the research team was advising the South Australian government that schools should now have gender-neutral toilets.

From Ten News:

Flinders University researchers have called for gender-neutral toilets to be rolled out in all South Australia state schools to support an inclusive culture of gender diversity.

The recommendation comes as part of a study that also saw year one students, aged five and six, be read stories introducing transgender issues, including a ‘mummy transitioning into a daddy’ (and vice versa), sexual reassignment surgery and cross-dressing.

Some students reported confusion understanding the narratives, and researchers admitted the topics were difficult to grasp for some children, but comprehension levels increased as the trial progressed.

Researchers recommended ‘transgender’ reading material be made available to young children as early as preschool, as part of a bid to “create inclusive whole school cultures.”

Gender-neutral toilets were also recommended, with schools urged to redesign bathroom facilities in upgraded or newly built education sites.

This rubbish isn’t just destroying minds and bodies. It’s costing the government an arm and a leg as well. Oh well, at least a disabled economy can get a diversity tick…

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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