Yesterday in Rome, a few hundred people started the Protect Trans Youth' event in support of alias careers in schools. The alias career (i.e. the school's recognition of the name of the transition student) can be acceptable if the student has effectively started a transition pathway following diagnosis and assessmentpath that will end with a court ruling. -the cai are really infinitesimal-. It is not acceptable, however, if and when the student requests access on the basis of perceived gender -perception that in the vast majority of cases is transitional- and no course of action was initiated under Law 164/82 and subsequent rulings. The hammering trans-propaganda in schools, which Feminist Post has repeatedly reported on, could induce a girl or boy to self-read their psychic distress (discomfort soaring among teenagers, we talked about it here) come gender dysphoria and 'being born in the wrong body', far more glamorous and peer-approved reading of autism spectrum disorders, depressive disorders and so on. In some countries trans-indoctrination of children and adolescents has exceeded the guard level: even the largest trans health association, WPATH, admitted 'social contagion'. In UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ordered an independent review on sex education in schools. While then Holland, trans-industry propaganda pushes furiously, as you will read below.
That's right making children believe that people can 'change sex'. and that hormones and surgery to conform to a 'gender identity' bring a 'intense happiness"?
An episode of Simply NakedDutch public television programme in which some transgender adults show their naked bodies to 10-12 year old children, talking to them about the changes they made to 'align' their sex with their gender identity (here are a few frames of the video, which you can watch in full here).
After explaining that there are not only males and females, but there is a whole 'spectrum' of gender identities, the presenter asks Anne Chris, a woman who has had an elective double mastectomy: "How do you feel after surgery?"
"Do you know the word 'euphoria'?" replies Anne Chris addressing the children directly. "It means happy. Extremely happy. I woke up and my breasts had disappearedI looked the way I had always wanted to look. Finally [my body] matched the way I felt inside. E I felt ecstatic".
"I mean, like flying?" asks a little girl.
"Yes!" replies Anne Chris with a big smile. 'You simply feel an intense happiness,' interjects the host.
"I want it too," concludes the girl.
Meanwhile then UK on think tank Policy Exchange produced a report on the teaching of gender in schools and its implications for child safety. Using Freedom of Information requests (FOI - Freedom Of Information), collected a series of statistics, published in a report entitled Asleep at the Wheel i.e. 'asleep at the wheel', an expression indicating a failure to fulfil one's duties or responsibilities (here the full text).
The report showed how English children are taught unscientific falsehoods in the name of inclusion. The report shows that:
Furthermore, the report confirms that more than half of English schools have delegated the teaching of sex education (the so-called RHSE curriculum - Relationships, Health and Sex Education) to external organisations, which often follow a political agenda.
E Rishi Sunak runs for cover: the Prime Minister ordered an independent review on sex education in schools -that the Zan ddl would also have wanted in Italy- in response to parents' concerns about age-inappropriate lessons, reports the Telegraph.
In the coming weeks, a independent commission to advise on how to put in place 'clear safeguards to prevent pupils from being taught contested and potentially harmful concepts'. There are plans to introduce age-based restrictions, as for films, on what children can be taught to ensure that they are 'protected from inappropriate content'. The investigation will be completed by the end of the year.
Full article here
Translation, adaptation and texts by Maria Celeste and Marina Terragni