Last week, Neil Mitchell revealed that a kindergarten in Melbourne’s northwest has renamed Father’s Day “special person’s day” to avoid offending children with same-sex parents.
Ruby Red Scarlet heads up ‘Social Justice in Early Childhood’ and she said: “If we think about children’s rights and how they get to participate in a community and feel a sense of belonging, sometimes shifting the language around those emotive and important days can be significant and more inclusive.”
So, when did the word ‘Father’ become offensive? Precisely around the time SSM Activists started voicing their offence at ‘Heteronormative gender roles.’
At the ‘Social Justice in Early Childhood’ 2015 Conference for Early Childhood Teachers, the Program mentions a segment by Danny Xanadu on The Experience of Embodying Public Spaces in a Gender Conforming and non-Queer World.
Danny Xanadu is a Transgender 'Adult Entertainer'. Following an erotic ‘performance,’ Danny educated the early childhood teachers on the evils of mis-gendering toddlers.
This is the kind of thinking that has permeated through the education system, birthed Safe Schools and has launched a hate campaign against once revered terms like Mother and Father.
“People still celebrate fatherhood even after their father and grandfathers have passed away, in fact for many people Father’s Day is a wonderful time of reflecting and remembering,” Liberal Party MP David Elliott.
Well said, David. Some much needed common sense amongst the gender madness.Share