The unicorn Gegi teaches gender identity to little girls
The magical horse loved by the little ones hired by trans-propaganda to teach self-id in Canadian schools, even against the wishes of parents. An "alias" identity that is already promoted also in Italian schools

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Since the publication of the so-called Princes of Yogyakarta, Queer activists have worked hard to insert the quasi-religious concept of “gender identity” into every aspect of society, including schools. Typically confident and open, and very interested in social inclusion, children and adolescents are easy targets. In the United Kingdom, the organization Mermaids he had great success in promotion of gender identity in schools, at least until the Keira Bell ruling has brought to the public's attention the dangers of the medicalisation of gender dysphoria.

In Canada, gender identity advocates have been more stealthy. For a long time parents were largely unaware that many teachers encouraged their daughters and sons to believe that sex is not real, that it is possible to change sex, and that children are not “safe” if their gender identity is not “affirmed.” School boards have delegated “gender” education to outside staff, and all levels of Canadian government (federal, provincial and municipal) have used taxpayer money to fund it. The indoctrination of gender identity through the school system has been so successful that in all Canadian schools, prepubescent children are demanding that their so-called "preferred pronouns" be used, and many adolescents describe themselves as "pansexual.". Rebellion against traditional society is now a ridiculous idea: the only rebels are those who accept scientific reality.

Recently (on May 5, 2021), gender activists from two Canadian universities launched the Gegi project: gegi.ca, a website (see here) which calls itself an «online knowledge mobilization center». The Gegi project does not only aim to teaching children (from nursery school to secondary school in Italy) that sex does not exist, but he wants to give them the tools «normally held only by legal professionals» for change the rules of their school in the name of "affirming their gender identity». The site contains a list of all schools in Ontario with the school board's position on gender identity. For example, Boys who say they have a female identity can check the list to see if their school board allows them to use the girls' bathroom, and if it doesn't, the site provides advice.


The mascot of the project is Gegi, the unicorn of gender identity, which helps Canadian school children «defend their gender expression and their human rights of gender identity at school».

Gegi wants to «meet you». Indeed, Gegi would like the children's email addresses. On one page – removed after public outcry before the site launched – Gegi encouraged children to do what they were always taught not to do: share personal information online.

The name “Gegi” is theacronym for Gender Expression Gender Identity (“gender expression, gender identity”). However, another meaning has not escaped many: the online dictionaries of urban slang (for example here) they consider it a ugly and insulting synonym of vulva, strangely. Perhaps less strangely, many did not believe it was a coincidence.


People began complaining on social media, dubbing the unicorn “Groomi” (referring to the grooming: that is, preparing a child to be sexually exploited) and questioning the website's intentions regarding the protection of children. They were all later blocked.

An explanatory webinar on the Gegi project was planned for interested adults, but it was cancelled. Now Gegi invites questions through the website's contact form for anyone with a school-only email address (i.e.: no parents allowed).

Questions about girls' rights to safety, dignity and privacy in schools are highly unlikely to be answered. Rights based on sex are protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms which is part of the Constitution of Canada, but this appears to be irrelevant to the interpretation of Gegi's law.

Incidentally, for Gegi even religious rights are irrelevant, also protected by the Charter, in a multi-ethnic country like Canada, where support for pluralism and religious freedom is an important part of the political culture. Even Catholic schools, which receive taxpayer funding, are targeted by gender identity activists. Many have already started allowing boys and men into the bathrooms and changing rooms of their choice: the women's ones.

Canadian schools have been giving children deep indoctrination in gender ideology for longer than most parents realize, and Project Gegi is clearly the next move: manipulating children into creating court cases. Canadian gender activists have decided it's time to mobilize an army of children to break down any remaining gender-based barriers. Every Canadian concerned about the protection of children, women's rights and even religious freedom has been blindsided by these so-called "inclusivity" policies. Under the guise of anti-bullying, acceptance of sexual orientation and kindness towards others (all extremely worthy goals), lies a threatening and dangerous agenda for men's sexual rights, which promises even the most marginalized child that they can become “a unicorn” if they adopt a gender identity, and tries to teach them that the adults who encourage it are more trustworthy than their parents.

Gegi is a real deal Pied Piper of Hamelin, and we must not let ourselves be reassured by the lies of activists and trust.

Tania Alessandrini (translation by Maria Celeste)


 


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