The Muslims of Britain have spoken! No more 2 mummies and 2 daddies and Homosexual brainwashing (Conspiracy / Strange)

by FUBAR Rich, Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 14:59 (416 days ago) @ Jeff


My Princess Boy is taught to year 6, though the language and imagery are pitched at a much lower age, possibly years 1 and 2. The learning intention is to promote diversity. The Princess Boy of the title is 4-year-old boy who likes pretty things, pink is his favourite colour. He wears girly dresses. Sometimes people are mean to him but his family all love him very much. The lesson plan tells teachers to ask the class if the Princess Boy feels like a girl or if he just want to wear dresses. The book does not say whether he does or doesn’t so the class is asked to make a judgement based on the book’s repetitive refrain that this is my princess boy who wears dresses and I love him very much. There is no way the class would know, but the idea that he might “feel” like a girl is being sown.

The teacher will then reveal that the book is actually based on a true story and the class will watch a 2011 interview from US TV with the author Cheryl Kilodavis and her son, Dyson, who was five at the time. The interview is interesting. At no point does the mother or Dyson claim he is a girl, he just likes wearing dresses. The interviewer asks him ‘Do you want to be a boy or a girl?’ Dyson replies boy. Dyson appears very young for his age, monosyllabic and very awkward. It’s an uncomfortable watch yet a class of ten and eleven year olds are viewing this as part of their school lessons and are being asked to make judgements. The question the interviewer asked is one of the suggested questions put to the class ‘Does Dyson want to be a boy or a girl?’

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