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Re: Explicit books in international school libraries

Post by ACLee » Fri, 29 Mar 2024 2:09 am

malcontent wrote:
Thu, 28 Mar 2024 11:31 pm
I hadn't heard the term ‘cisgender’ until my argument with SAS about their teachings and my immediate impression was that it had a negative connotation… after looking it up, it is apparently a term invented in 1994 by the trans community to label anyone who is non-trans. The liberals then ate it up and regurgitated it to our kids, along with the pronouns and alphabet soup.

I don’t accept the term cisgender any more than xim and xer. It’s not a real term, it’s just make believe, blue pill.
Parents are in the dark about how bad this all is. It was during Covid where appalling school material leaked out to parents. More parents are waking up to this madness.

In SAS for instance, my kids and his friends are telling me that Teachers are indoctrinating students that "Sex is assigned at birth and one can identify with as many as 100+ genders in the gender universe". They intentionally make cisgenders sound "boring" and "trans" being the most exciting identity.

SAS also uses the infamous "Genderbread Man" to indoctrinate children with gender ideology in school.

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